Privacy, safety, and dignity for all students

High school boys shouldn’t be in girls’ locker rooms and shower areas. It’s common sense. Schools have a duty to protect the privacy, safety, and dignity of all students.

Some individuals identify with a gender that's different from their body. In those cases, schools should seek compassionate solutions — like offering special changing areas for those struggling with their identity — that respect the interest of all students.

The Montana Locker Room Privacy Act

The Montana Locker Room Privacy Act takes those core principles and writes them into law. It requires schools and other government buildings to maintain a locker room for men, one for women, and to keep each private from the opposite sex. It provides compassionate solutions for those who don't fit neatly into male or female, like single stall changing facilities.

The Initiative Process

The Locker Room Privacy Act will be passed by citizen initiative. We're not waiting for politicians to act. We're not waiting for the gridlock to be broken. The citizens of Montana are standing up on their own to make this law by the initiative process. We'll gather signatures from Montana voters across the state to place the Locker Room Privacy Act on the ballot, and then we'll vote for the law ourselves in the 2018 general election.

Want to help? We need your signature. We need you to help gather signatures. We need you to write letters to the editor and tell your friends.

Take action today!

Make your voice heard!

You can join the fight for privacy, safety, and dignity for all Montanans. Write a letter to the editor today!