“Houston would seem, at first glance, an unlikely the site for the gay-rights movement’s first major setback since the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage nationwide.
The nation’s fourth-largest city has elected a lesbian mayor three consecutive times without much controversy, and in 2014, its city council approved an ordinance protecting residents from discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity, and 13 other factors. But when that same proposal came before the electorate on Tuesday, it lost out to an opposition campaign armed with a startlingly simple message: “No men in women’s bathrooms.” Opponents led 61 to 39, with 66 percent of the precincts reporting on Tuesday night. …”
Unfortunately, the SJW’s war against Jim Crow in men and women’s segregated restrooms is likely to continue.