Everyone has their opinion about these things, and that’s okay. I just hate it that people get into knock down drag out fights and have to insult each other because of the other’s opinion.
Dolly can do whatever she wants at her age. She is American Royalty (superstar).
Sorry, Dolly I think you got it wrong. We shouldn’t pander to a minority of people who try to change things for the majority especially since this was never a problem for transgenders ever. Why is it a problem now?
As far as judging goes, if something is wrong and people are going against the Word of the Lord, we have every right to say they are wrong and why. Sinners speak out why not Christians? God doesn’t tolerate sin, and we should speak out as we are supposed to be salt and light. We don’t become salt and light by staying silent.
From The Hollywood Reporter:
In a recent interview with CNN Money, Dolly Parton offered her own assessment of North Carolina’s anti-LGBTQ “Bathroom Bill.”
“I think everybody should be treated with respect,” the country music star noted. “I don’t judge people, and I try not to get too caught up in the controversy of things. I hope that everybody gets a chance to be who and what they are.
“I just know if I have to pee, I’m going to pee,” she continued. “I don’t care where it’s going to be.”
Parton recently started the Pure & Simple Tour — her biggest tour in years — which touched down Friday in Greensboro, N.C. Later this year, she plans to release a new album.
Watch Parton share her thoughts on North Carolina’s legislation below.
Respect? Will you shower or let your daughter or son shower with the opposite sex? This isn’t just about toilet stalls! This is also about locker rooms and showers. No, I don’t want the opposite sex in my child’s locker or shower rooms period! If this was just about a toilet stall nobody would care but it’s not.
It’s not just about bathrooms. The Obama administration is forcing schools to accept his bathroom policy or the government is going to pull federal funding.
Parton has always been a smart businessperson with her feet firmly on the ground. Not only smart but lots of common sense to go with it, a humanitarian. I’ve never heard her say anything mean or demeaning about any group but this is about more than the bathroom.
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