Shocking case proves 'Toby's Law' is flawed

Barbara Hall, chief commissioner of Ontario Human Rights Commission. (Ernest Doroszuk/Toronto Sun)

Barbara Hall, chief commissioner of Ontario Human Rights Commission. (Ernest Doroszuk/Toronto Sun)

Christina Blizzard, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 8:41 PM ET

It’s every woman’s nightmare.

A man posing as a woman invades her personal space: The gym. A washroom. A women’s shelter.

That’s precisely the power that’s been given to any pervert in this province.

Any man who claims to be a transgender woman has the legal right to use women-only facilities with impunity.

It’s a right enshrined in law for 15 years and reinforced in 2012 by “Toby’s Law.”

A man who still has all his male parts, and is not undergoing hormone treatment, can simply say he’s a woman and access women’s facilities.

It’s championed by Barbara Hall, head of the Ontario Human Rights Commission.

In a letter on her website, in response to a Toronto Star article about a transgender “woman” exposing male genitalia to a woman in a gym change room, Hall said such stories are fear mongering.


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