Are you tired of Activist CEO’s from big companies like Apple, PayPal and Target bullying your state over laws like North Carolina’s common sense facilities protections in HB 2?
There’s an app for that.
It’s time to fight back. You can make your voice heard thanks to the NC Values Coalition.
The app also allows you to post to Facebook and tweet to the CEO’s individually. Go use it!
The text from the page reads as follows:
TELL CEO’s TO STOP BULLYING NORTH CAROLINA
Today we are asking corporate CEOs to reconsider their recent opposition to North Carolina’s Bathroom Privacy Act (HB 2).
Contrary to the misinformation campaigns by the Human Rights Campaign & Equality NC, HB 2 is a commonsense, bipartisan response to an irresponsible and unconstitutional municipal ordinance that outlawed separate men’s and women’s restrooms, locker rooms, and showers in Charlotte.
Their opposition to this commonsense law demonstrates either a misunderstanding of the law or a callousness toward the privacy and safety of 70% North Carolinians who supported repealing Charlotte’s bathroom ordinance.
When signing into the tool you will be sending an email, Tweet and/or Facebook post to all the CEOs who signed the Human Rights Campaign’s (HRC) opposition letter, asking them to reconsider their opposition to HB 2 and a neutral position by removing their name from the HRC list of businesses demanding a repeal of the bill.
Here’s the text of the email that the app will send for you:
I am thankful that you publicly took a stand to support North Carolina’s new law HB 2, The Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act to protect my family’s safety and privacy when entering a bathroom, shower or locker rooms.
Contrary to the misinformation campaigns by certain opposition groups, HB 2 is a commonsense, bipartisan response to an irresponsible municipal ordinance that outlawed separate men’s and women’s restrooms, locker rooms, and showers in Charlotte.
Your support of this commonsense law demonstrates you clearly understand the law and the importance of safety of North Carolinians. Male anatomy should never be in the same restroom or shower as young girls. More importantly, restrooms are one of the most prevalent places in which sexual assault and rape occur. For women and girls who have been victims of sexual abuse, the mere presence of a male, regardless of his intentions, in an intimate setting like a restroom or changing room triggers psychological and emotional harm.
I will considering using your business the next time I am in need of the products and services you offer. Thank you for standing with North Carolina.