Only in Massachusetts: Convicted Sex Offenders Cannot be Banned From Girl’s Locker Rooms
Not surprisingly, the Massachusetts legislature has passed a bill outlawing biology with respect to public restrooms, showers, and public changing facilities. Biology, apparently, is not settled science.
There’s a problem with the legislation that Massachusetts Democrats refused to address. They had the opportunity and they refused.
The bill makes no mention of sex offenders. As it stands now, in the State of Massachusetts, a level three sex offender – the most dangerous – can park himself in any ladies room or shower room in the state and there’s nothing anyone can do about it.
Democrats rejected 36 proposed amendments to this legislation and language prohibiting level two or three sex offenders from using a restroom or shower not consistent with their biological sex was rejected.
Massachusetts is an overwhelmingly Democratic state, I can’t understand why they’re pandering for the sex offender vote but they are.
Here’s what the law says about level three sex offenders.
Where the Board determines that the risk of reoffense is high and the degree of dangerousness posed to the public is such that a substantial public safety interest is served by active dissemination, it shall give a level 3 designation to the sex offender.
“[R]isk of re-offense is high …”
Thanks to Democrats in the Massachusetts legislature those are the people who will be in your ladies room or the shower room at your gym. Or your local schools.
To be fair to Massachusetts Democrats, they’re no worse than national Democrats on this issue.