David Allen Explains What Is Happening With North Carolina’s Bathroom Law

California attorney David Allen packs loads of information into the following 4 minute video.   He addresses the legislative branch and executive branch and its importance in enforcing or not enforcing the law.



Posted on 05/09/2016, in Cases, civil rights, LGBT and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. yahtzeebutterfly

    So why can’t North Carolina just update a person’s sex on their driver’s license (using a medical certificate and not depend on a birth certificate) after the person has had the surgery?

    Frankly, I don’t know why the issue ever came up. The N.C. law is just plain crazy.

    “Transgender” means that a person has had the surgery, right?

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    • Yahtzee, I’m not sure how North Carolina plans on enforcing that law.

      Transgender refers to identity and gender expression. Transgendered people undergo long processes of living as their identified gender before physicians perform surgery. Some never have the surgery because it’s expensive and getting health insurance to pay for it is a contentious process.

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