“If you were born a man, then you are obliged to use the males’ restroom,” Tomes told the Tribune on Christmas Eve.
The misdemeanor charge wouldn’t apply to students, juveniles, or facilities in private residences.
Or to Tomes when he crossdresses and goes out on Saturday nights.
The good news is, Similar bills aimed at restricting transgender peoples’ access to public restrooms failed to pass in Kentucky, Florida, Nevada and Texas this year. Kentucky is even closer to me than Indiana.