Quote from Harper Jean Tobin of the National Center for Transgender Equality.
You are sitting in one of those horrible backless gowns on a paper-covered table, waiting…
You are sick, or hurt, or need a legal medical procedure. This is not where you want to be right now, but you need help.
If you can’t imagine for yourself, do so for your child, or grandchild…
The door opens. A scrubs-covered medical professional comes in, reading a file.
A moment of silence.
“Treating you would violate my sincerely-held religious beliefs. You’ll have to wait until we can find someone else to deal with you.”
A new HHS rule would allow physicians and health care workers to opt out of procedures that conflict with their religious teachings…We need to send in comments today and tomorrow to stop this.
You do not need to be a woman to feel the importance of this.
You do not need to be part of the LGBTQ community.
You just need to do what we say we do.
Stand INDIVISIBLE with vulnerable Americans, who are, even now, being traumatized by these types of behavior. This proposal just lets offenders off without consequences.
We really like this gif-filled explanation guide from the National Women’s Law Center. Lots of information in here to use in your comments.
1. This rule is definitely NOT about patients.