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Uploaded on Jun 17, 2008

On January 28th, 2008 the Gainesville City Commission passed a (PDF)Gender Identity Ordinance granting special legal status to people who suffer from gender identity disorder. This ordinance, among other things, allows a male with an "inner sense of being" female to enter most publicly accessible female restrooms in Gainesville with full legal protection (churches and government offices are exempt).

Available statistical data suggest that a city the size of Gainesville typically has less than 10 residents with gender identity disorder. The ordinance was designed to accommodate them.

It also accommodates the 263 sexual offenders and/or predators living within Gainesville's city limits (Florida Department of Law Enforcement website, as of 5/28/08), thereby especially placing women and children at risk.

If you own or operate a business in Gainesville, the Gender Identity Ordinance also places undue burden and liability upon you.

If you are interested in overturning Gainesville's Gender Identity Ordinance, and preventing such misguided legislation in the future, please read on.

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