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Lately, there has been a lot of discussion about transgender bathrooms. Many celebrities and liberal politicians are demanding the boycott of states which are supporting Biblical and Constitutional values while the majority of the country applauds laws such as North Carolina’s HB2.  Why is HB2 and other, similar, restroom ordinances so important? We know from the Bible that homosexuality (and transgenderism) is an abomination.  Nature also shows us that homosexuality is abominable.  However, there is a practical concern as well.  This page is not intended to illustrate how nature or the Bible teaches us that homosexuality and transgenderism is a sin.  The purpose of this page is to be a catalog of incidents in which local media has documented assaults perpetrated by homosexuals and transgender perverts,

California Man Dressed as Woman Busted for Videoing in Ladies Bathroom
New York City: Cross-Dressing Men May Use Ladies’ Lavatories, Locker Rooms
DA: Cross Dressing Man Secretly Videotaped Women in Macy’s Bathroom
Man dressed as a woman peeps on women in bathroom at Wal-Mart
VA. Police Hunt Restroom Peeping Tom Dressed in Women’s Clothing
Cross-dressing man caught peeping at Sentosa beach club toilet
Man undresses in front of girls in Seattle locker room, cites “Gender Identity” regulation
Predator who claimed to be transgender declared dangerous offender
Rome man arrested in women’s bathroom at Calhoun Walmart
Man charged after 10-year-old girl finds him in women’s restroom stall
Sexual predator jailed after claiming to be ‘transgender’ to assault women in shelter
Police: Peeping tom caught filming women in Brentwood Target dressing rooms
Police: Man attacks 6-year-old girl in women’s bathroom (Says he went in wrong bathroom)
Peeping Tom records woman undressing in Forever 21 fitting room, woman says
Arkansas Man Accused of Recording People In Restroom For A SECOND Time

As we have been tracking these, this one has caught our eye in a very special way.  At first, it is the typical story. A teen girl is in the bathroom when she hears the sound of a camera.  She looks under the stall and sees a pervert.  She runs out, and her dad locks the pervert in the bathroom until the police arrive. The police arrest the trans-gender pervert and discover enough evidence to charge the pervert with numerous counts of possession of child pornography.

DALLAS: Transgender ‘woman’ caught taking pictures of underage girls at Target

So, what’s the difference? There is a big difference.  The homosexual and transgender community has claimed for years that their sin was not a sin, but was how they were born.  Yes, the homosexual claims that God made them that way.  The gender-confused claim that God gave them that confusion.  Now, this crowd is claiming that the pedophile in this case was born as a pedophile and cannot help what he is.

Now, we must remember that these events, listed above, are outlying events.  After all, there couldn’t be a market for “shoe-mounted spy-cameras” like the shoe-mounted spy-cameras at this page or this page or the many other pages out there.

Of course, in all of this, we must also remember the leader of the Charlotte transgender bathroom movement.  You see, Chad Sevearance is president of the Charlotte Business Guild, the leader of the perverts who want to allow perverts to go into any bathroom they wish.  Conincidentally, he is also a convicted sex offender.
Convicted Sex Offender Leads Transgender Rights Effort in North Carolina

This issue really boils down to two issues: First, it is an issue of religious freedom, as guarenteed in the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.  If government is allowed to force business owners to accommodate reprobates, against their will and against their religious convictions, the government is violating the First Amendment. Second, it is an issue of public safety.  The articles listed above, and numerous others, are evidence of the assaults which have already taken place, as well as the countless assaults which will occur in the future if crazy laws like Charlotte’s bathroom ordinance are allowed to stand.

If you know of other incidents where crossdressing or transvestite perverts have committed an assault, please leave a link in the comments

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Matthew 14:22-33 And straightway Jesus constrained his disciples to get into a ship, and to go before him unto the other side, while he sent the multitudes away. And when he had sent the multitudes away, he went up into a mountain apart to pray: and when the evening was come, he was there alone. But the ship was now in the midst of the sea, tossed with waves: for the wind was contrary. And in the fourth watch of the night Jesus went unto them, walking on the sea. And when the disciples saw him walking on the sea, they were troubled, saying, It is a spirit; and they cried out for fear. But straightway Jesus spake unto them, saying, Be of good cheer; it is I; be not afraid. And Peter answered him and said, Lord, if it be thou, bid me come unto thee on the water. And he said, Come. And when Peter was come down out of the ship, he walked on the water, to go to Jesus. But when he saw the wind boisterous, he was afraid; and beginning to sink, he cried, saying, Lord, save me. And immediately Jesus stretched forth his hand, and caught him, and said unto him, O thou of little faith, wherefore didst thou doubt? And when they were come into the ship, the wind ceased. Then they that were in the ship came and worshipped him, saying, Of a truth thou art the Son of God.

Being in a storm is never fun. As a child, we did not understand the nature of a thunderstorm.  We knew rain came with the storm, but the rain is usually not all that scaryis not all that scary.  When the lightening illuminates the sky, thunder crashes and the winds blow, we all start to worry. What will the storm bring? What dangers will we face in the storm?  We may not be able to see what is going on around us. As the storm rages, what damage is being done? What will be our loss? Yes, we often fear the storm.  In the passage we read, the disciples were in a storm, surrounded by the crashing of the waves, being buffeted by the wind.  What would their fate be? How would they survive.  There appeared to be no hope for them. No one to rescue them. However, there was more happening than they realized.

As the disciples rowed and toiled against the storm, they could not see everything that was happening. They forgot that Jesus could not only see the storm, but could see them in the storm. Moreover, Jesus was in complete control of the storm. Jesus was not surprised by the storm. He knew exactly what the disciples would face and when they would face it. In fact, as the storm was raging, Jesus was watching his disciples.  Eventually, Jesus came to the disciples. We can read the passage and see the various miracles which occurred. Of course, Jesus walking on the water is the most well-known miracle in this account. We also know of Peter’s leap of faith.  And, yes, Peter did also walk, for a moment, on the water.  Another miracle is Jesus’ rescue of Peter.  Finally, we see Jesus taming the storm.  The miracles are wonderful. They were evidence to the disciples and are evidence to us that Jesus really is the Son of God. That He is all powerful.  But suppose, for just a moment, that there was no storm.  Suppose the disciples had refused to go into the ship? Remember, Jesus, knowing that the storm was coming, sent them into the ship, into the danger of the storm.  Supposed they had missed the storm.  It was only because they were in the midst of the storm that they were able to see these miracles.  Were it not for the storm, we would not have the account of Jesus, and Peter walking on the water.  We would lose an account of Jesus calming a storm.   These evidences are certainly not necessary, but the experience had a great effect on the disciples. They saw great and notorious miracles because they were in the storm.

We cannot see the beginning of the storm and when we are in the midst of the storm, we cannot see the end.  All we know is that we are surrounded by trouble.  However, we must remember that Jesus did see the beginning of the storm and can see the end of the storm.  Jesus knows exactly what the storm will bring and what dangers we will face in the storm. We must also remember that it is in the darkest time of the storm that we will see the greatest miracle.