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Michelle Duggar robocall: Reality star against anti-discrimination bill

Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar
Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar
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Citizens in Arkansas are receiving a robocall about an anti-discrimination bill that is about to be voted on in the state. Michelle Duggar star from "19 Kids and Counting" is against this bill and she is speaking out on it. She is actually the voice you hear on the robocall. Huffington Post shared about the call and what it has to say.

Here is what it says,

"Hello, this is Michelle Duggar. I’m calling to inform you of some shocking news that would affect the safety of Northwest Arkansas women and children. The Fayetteville City Council is voting on an ordinance this Tuesday night that would allow men – yes, I said men – to use women's and girls' restrooms, locker rooms, showers, sleeping areas and other areas that are designated for females only. I don’t believe the citizens of Fayetteville would want males with past child predator convictions that claim they are female to have a legal right to enter private areas that are reserved for women and girls. I doubt that Fayetteville parents would stand for a law that would endanger their daughters or allow them to be traumatized by a man joining them in their private space. We should never place the preference of an adult over the safety and innocence of a child. Parents, who do you want undressing next to your daughter at the public swimming pool’s private changing area?"

Michelle doesn't want men around her little girls when they are changing. She is being very open about it and doesn't want to have this bill passed. She is hoping that speaking out will help keep this from passing. This bill would allow transgender people to be in the same bathroom and isn't meant as a way that they can spy on children. "19 Kids and Counting" will return to television next month on TLC.