Bruce Springsteen cancelled his concert in N.C. because of the law denying LGBT community access to public restrooms other than the ones which conform to their physical gender, not how they identify themselves.
There was criticism on how Paul Levinson (pop culture and media communications prof, author, songwriter, singer, producer) characterized people who supported the law. He called them “fundamentalist radicals” and threw in “Christian.”
Then we have Bryan Adams cancelling a concert in Mississippi for essentially the same reason (legislation Adams claims denies gas and lesbians equal rights). Immediately he was skewered on social media for having had no problem performing a concert very recently in Egypt where gays/lesbians are routinely harassed, charged and jailed.
Do you support or oppose restroom legislation which restricts public restroom access to the gender shown on a birth certificate? Are Springsteen and Adams warriors for a great cause, or hypocrites?
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