“Nobody asked me first.” – Kate
When Kate took her children to the local gym for an afternoon of swimming, she had no idea she would meet up with a man in the changing area. But that’s exactly what happened. When she reported the incident to the management, she was even more surprised to find that she was the one who was reprimanded for her intolerance, not the man for his intrusion.
More and more, the left is pushing an agenda that makes spaces like locker rooms, showers and restrooms, hostile environments for women and children. And no one is asking the victims first before they bow to the new cultural norm.
You can help change that.
It’s time for us to stand up for the basic right to privacy and safety for the most vulnerable among us. Join us by telling our leaders to “Ask Me First.”
You can get more information and resources through the Ask Me First website.
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