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Woman Launches Social Media Campaign Over Proposed Restroom Ban

Woman Launches Social Media Campaign Over Proposed Restroom Ban


CANADA-A woman in Canada is using the power of social media to show what life would be like if amendments to a proposed bill get passed. The amendment would force transgender women to use men's restrooms.

The amendments to bill C-279 would add gender identity and expression as prohibited grounds of discrimination under the Canadian Human Rights Act proposed by Conservative Senator Don Plett. According to reports, if the amendments are passed it would exempt “places like prisons, crisis centers, and public washrooms and change rooms from the bill's provisions.
The social media campaign started on February 26th when 23-year-old Brae Carnes, a transgender woman in Canada, started posting selfies of herself in men's bathrooms on Facebook. The campaign has sparked hashtags, such as "WeJustNeedToPee  #Plettputmehere


View some of the selfies taken by Carnes in the slideshow above. This story was provided by Storyful.
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