United Cape Patriots, Clergy Protest "Bathroom Bill" Forum at Nauset High

"I'm ready to put the brakes on men in the ladies' room"
United Cape Patriots' protest sign at Nauset Regional High School Saturday afternoon (UCP photo)

Press Release from United Cape Patriots...

United Cape Patriots joined local clergy members in encouraging a no vote at the 9/23 Nauset High School Bathroom Bill forum. A no vote would repeal the public accomidation provision of the law. "As a Nauset High parent, I'm ready to put the brakes on men in the ladies room", said Adam Lange of Brewster.

The event was sponsored by Outer Cape Indivisible and the school's Human Rights Academy, and promoted a yes vote that would keep the current law in place. "Keep MA safe", who facilitated voters putting the question on the ballot argues the bathroom bill goes too far and puts women's safety at risk. 

United Cape Patriots is based in Brewster and founded on the following principles:

  • We adhere to the constitution as originally intended. 
  • We are party agnostic. 
  • We prioritize our resources to counter local efforts that  conflict with our values and impact our families. 



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