Free to Be Me vs. Societal Well-Being

August 27, 2015

There was an item in the news recently where they reported that a male had been arrested at a Canadian Mall for exposing himself to children. My immediate response was, how indecent and uncomfortable this would be for the children.  I then thought of those who presented at a City Hall public meeting  in Hamilton requesting uninhibited access to public washrooms, change rooms and showers; using any facility, male or female, regardless of their anatomy. 

How is it that most consider the act of a male exposing himself to young children in a mall to be indecent yet some others suggest that the act of a male disrobing alongside of a young girl in a washroom, change room or shower is progressive and forward thinking. It seems to me that the impact on the young girl would be even worse in the latter situation in that she is expected to 'adjust to the times' and get over her 'phobia'.

Mr. Trudeau and Mr. Mulcair are committed to reviving the Gender Identity Bill which will lead to uninhibited access to public washrooms, change rooms and showers of choice without regard to gender, male or female.  This is reflective of a ‘free to be me mindset’ without regard for the well-being of society as a whole.  Churches across Canada who refuse to comply may be prosecuted.

CHP Canada and I stand with the most who are both disgusted and rightfully concerned about the impact of this Bill on all females across Canada and we stand against the some who proclaim the 'right' of any male to do so.

5 years ago, it was clearly understood that female facilities were strictly for females; no one needed to write it down.  Today we need a law.

CHP Canada, Bringing Respect for Life and Justice to Canadian Politics.



0 #3 andrew 2016-08-19 17:34
Jimmy, you certainly have no authority to say that Christianity will 'always' be legal. Much is currently afoot to change freedom of religion both in Canada (our criminal code) as well as internationally (Human Rights code). The basis of these changes are being directly impacted by the issues being discussed.
And yes, MOST HAVE interpreted it to mean that men will be allowed access to women's facilities, as they should. Terms like gender identity (which is such a ridiculous term) make discrimination based upon biology (ie common sense) invalid. if someone's feeling like a woman today, how will you stop them?
+3 #2 Ken 2015-08-28 02:26
As a man, the last thing I want to see is a female in a men's washroom or shower room.

Isn't it bad enough they have invaded ever other male domain?
-2 #1 Jimmy Vermeer 2015-08-27 19:16
Whether you agree with Bill C-279 or not, let's be clear about what it does and does not say.
Contrary to what your recent e-mail claims, nowhere in the wording of the bill does it say that it should be illegal to be a Christian. In fact, the Criminal Code and the Canadian Human Rights Act both contain wording that makes it illegal to discriminate on the basis of religion, so Christianity is and always will be legal.
Furthermore, the text of the bill, which is available online at, does not at any point mention washrooms, showers, or change rooms. All it says is that people can't be discriminated against on the grounds of their gender identity. It's already illegal to discriminate on the grounds of sex, and nobody has interpreted this to mean that men should be allowed access to women's facilities. Many Christians support this bill and are not denying their faith by doing so.

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