Utah “bans” men from entering women’s restrooms in all public spaces

Far-left vows to fight the new law

Utah has passed a law that specifies numerous criminal charges that individuals could potentially receive if they use the bathroom or locker room designated for the opposite sex in a school or government building. House Bill 257 was introduced, ratified, and signed by the Gov in only twenty days.

Violators can face charges of lewdness, lewdness involving a child, voyeurism, loitering in a privacy space, and criminal trespassing. However, many believe the bill is weak, and very few people would ever be charged with a crime.

The far-left ACLU says they will use “all means necessary, including legal action,” to protect men who want to use women’s restrooms and locker rooms.

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