The activists in Houston who tried to allow boys to infiltrate girls bathrooms around the city under the pretext of “anti-discrimination” legislation are still fuming over their loss at the polls this past election.
The ordinance was overwhelmingly voted down by the residents of Houston. The Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO) would have allowed boys who identify as girls to use girls bathrooms and locker rooms. Those opposed to the ordinance spoke out to protect their daughters from being forced to have to share the bathroom with boys.
According to ABC news, Houston attorney John LaRue is not willing to accept the people’s wishes. He and other HERO supporters are examining other options to push their harmful agenda through. One potential action LaRue is examining is a boycott of the Super Bowl. “The Super Bowl is slated to come in 2017, and there are rumblings of plans to ask the NFL to move and go elsewhere in support of LGBT people and other groups HERO would have protected,” LaRue said.
Houston Mayor Annise Parker threw her city under the bus for not voting according to her wishes. “I fear that this will have stained Houston’s reputation as a tolerant, welcoming, global city. I absolutely fear that there will be a direct economic backlash as a result of this ordinance going into defeat and that’s sad for Houston,” Parker said.
Mayor Parker also declared that she will continue to fight to open up the bathrooms to whomever wants to use them. “I guarantee that justice in Houston will prevail. This ordinance, you have not seen the last of. We’re united. We will prevail.”
While bashing the decision to keep bathrooms separated by sex as intolerant and bigoted, Parker forgets that the people of Houston voted for her in three elections. If the people of Houston were truly bigots, she would not have been voted into office.