The Missoula, Montana, effort to stop a city ordinance that would ban sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination has three Twitter followers and one hundred forty-five Facebook fans. It also has a website, called NotMyBathroom.com, promoting the same fear tactics we saw in Kalazmaoo, Michigan.
It claims to be “an alliance of 17 organizations with members within the City Limits of Missoula as well as dozens of concerned citizens,” though spokesman Dallas Erickson, of something called Help Our Moral Environment, won’t name any besides Concerned Women For America, which is on the record as being a hate group. Among the reasons NotMyBathroom.com wants to keep the ordinance from passing? Because, of course, it would “force ministers to perform homosexual marriages.”