National Catholic Register, Dustin Siggins: On Saturday, a Massachusetts law that could throw pastors in jail for using biologically correct pronouns took effect.
But you wouldn’t know that from The Associated Press’ article on the matter. Quoting in part:
Advocates for transgender people in Massachusetts say they can no longer be legally discriminated against in public places.
A new law taking effect on Saturday bars discrimination on the basis of gender identity in public accommodations. Among other things, the statute allows transgender people to use bathrooms and locker rooms that correspond to their gender identity. Full article is here.