With the recent blow to the LGBT community in Houston, supporters of this defeated ordinance want everyone to know, the fight isn't over.
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Houston's Prop #1 would have established nondiscrimination protections for gay and transgender people in the city, including the protection of trans community to use the bathroom appropriate to their gender identity. The law was voted down on Nov. 3, with 61% of voters opting to scrap the ordinance.
But, this isn't the last time you'll hear about Prop #1. LGBT supporters are already thinking of clever ways to get their message heard, including Kelly Lauren, a drag entertainer from Illinois.
Houston, do you REALLY want me in the same restroom as your husband or boyfriend?
Lauren has taken to Facebook to post this photo alongside the caption: "Houston, do you REALLY want me in the same restroom as your husband or boyfriend?"
%shareLinks-quote=" I am transgender...The picture was taken several months ago but I reposted it when all of this nonsense happened." type="quote" author="Kelly Lauren" authordesc="Huffington Post" isquoteoftheday="false"%
The photo instantly went viral, garnering attention across the country. Lauren continues to tell the Huffington Post:
%shareLinks-quote="All I have to say is that I would get in way more trouble in the men's room than I could ever possibly in the women's restroom because I am THAT kind of girl! [laughs]" type="quote" author="Kelly Lauren" authordesc="Huffington Post" isquoteoftheday="false"%
This transgender model could become the first ever trans Victoria's Secret angel:
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