Anti-Transgender hate group Pacific Justice Institute fails again

Pacific Justice Institute

PJi bathroom adAnother of the Pacific Justice Institute proxy organizations has failed in their weird bathroom obsession/crusade.

The AP reports that Karen England of the “Privacy for All campaign” said in a statement that their petition effort fell short of the 365,880 signatures needed to get an anti-transgender initiative on the November 2016 ballot. England did not reveal by how much.

Pacific Justice Institute
Brad Dacus spends a lot of money placing adverts, ironically and inexplicably targeting the transgender community whom he has failed so miserably to harm.

Privacy for All’s initiative would have prohibited transgender people from using the single-sex facilities that matched their gender identity unless they had a medical exam or court judgment confirming a change from their sex at birth.

The supporters of this known hate group upset with President Brad Dacus endless failures, are wondering why this organization, which supposedly has their children’s interests at heart is ignoring issues that are negatively affecting their children’s health.

Short answer. The Pacific Justice institute is a hate group. That’s what hate groups do. Parents, unless you’re obsessed with toilets like Dacus is I’d suggest donating your money to a different group, and hopefully one that has your child’s best interest at heart and …has won at least once.

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Kelli, Busey is managing editor at Planet Transgender


  1. They aren’t just “a hate group”. PJI and Privacy for All are fundraising organizations, first and foremost. They scare people to make their salaries. They make a living attacking children. To actually “win” would mean the end of their gravy train. To keep a battle going all the way to the Supreme Court would mean a fair part of a career riling up the faithful and cashing those donation checks, all for the price of a few emails a week, a few press releases and a petition drive or two.


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