But it's not true.
A few days ago, Rep. John Kavanagh, village idiot, was about to propose a bill to the Arizona legislature. He said his withdrawal was due to a typographical error. Yeah, right. More likely it was due to the appalling (and amazing) stupidity of its author.
So, what was this bill? Let's say a transgender woman has to use the bathroom. But our ever intrepid policeman is there to check her. He asks for her to present her papers - her original birth certificate!!
Even if she had full surgery, that wouldn't satisfy Rep. Kavanagh. But she has to go, so she pushes past the policeman and relieves herself.
She might not have realized it, but she's in big trouble now. The policeman hauls her in, an unsympathetic judge hears the case, and throws her into jail for six months.
All because she had to pee.
Fortunately, this hasn't happened yet. What happens is that when you e-write, bad legislation is more likely to be killed, and good legislation is likely to be passed.
Contact your legislator. Tell him/her that freedom to marry is freedom for all. Tell him that two systems of taxation - one for heterosexuals and another for homosexuals - is unfair, and possibly unconstitutional.
Concord, North Carolina - Richard Hudson (R) - NC8
Stony Brook, New York - Tim Bishop (D) - NY1
Bixby, Oklahoma - Jim Bridenstine (R) - OK1
West Hartford, Connecticut - John Larson (D) - CT1
Moorhead, Minnesota - Collin Peterson (D) - MN7
Bloomington, Illinois - Aaron Schock (R) - IL18
As always, the above are picked at random via the Internet. For the US, go to www.house.gov and enter your ZIP code. For Canada, go to www.parl.gc.ca and follow the instructions.