Erica Lachowitz, a transgender woman from Charlotte, asked legislators not to overturn the city’s new anti-discrimination ordinance Thursday in front of the N.C. General Assembly. “I don’t feel that I belong in a male restroom,” she said. “And I don’t think the men that I’m going to be going into the restroom with – or their wives for that matter – are going to want me in that restroom.”
Erica Lachowitz, a transgender woman from Charlotte, asked legislators not to overturn the city’s new anti-discrimination ordinance Thursday in front of the N.C. General Assembly. “I don’t feel that I belong in a male restroom,” she said. “And I don’t think the men that I’m going to be going into the restroom with – or their wives for that matter – are going to want me in that restroom.” Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com
Erica Lachowitz, a transgender woman from Charlotte, asked legislators not to overturn the city’s new anti-discrimination ordinance Thursday in front of the N.C. General Assembly. “I don’t feel that I belong in a male restroom,” she said. “And I don’t think the men that I’m going to be going into the restroom with – or their wives for that matter – are going to want me in that restroom.” Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com

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