Crosstalk: March 18, 2015
Michele Lentz is State Coordinator for Child Protection League Action based in Minnesota. They work to protect children from exploitation, indoctrination and violence. Their main effort involves educating the public to take action regarding policies that impact children. Minnesota is dealing with 3 policies that have come up at the local level. The first one was taken up last Fall by the Minnesota State High School League, the entity that governs competitive athletics at the high school level. They were going to force schools to adopt a policy that says that if a biological boy feels he is a girl, he should be allowed to play on the all-girls team. That includes using the girls locker room/shower facilities as well as travel with the girls team. In response, Child Protection League Action took out a full-page ad in the Minneapolis Star-Tribune alerting the public. This generated 10,000 e-mails to the Minnesota State High School League.
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