This site has been archived and will not be updated in the foreseeable future. The Equality Act (H.R.5) was passed in the House on February 25th, 2021. The Senate judiciary committee held hearings on the bill on March 17th, 2021. It has not been voted on in the Senate.


One of the primary goals of this website is to make it easier for busy citizens to lobby and write their legislators and government officials. Your letters, emails, and calls DO matter. Even if you don’t get the response you hoped for, staffers do record and tally responses to keep tabs on what constituents think.

These actions are something no one can take from us: They may ban us from Twitter, suspend us on Facebook, take down billboards, suppress publication of articles – but they cannot stop us writing, calling, and requesting meetings with public officials.

Below find sample letters you can tweak to your own specifications. Our Issues pages also provide more information that may be useful. Feel free to use any verbiage you find in our copy that is helpful. Crack those knuckles and get typing!

We currently have three letter-writing projects underway; to US Representatives regarding the Equality Act, to Federal Agency Heads regarding the Executive Order, and to Media requesting coverage of our concerns on these issues. Click on the links below to read more and see sample letters.

US Representatives

The Equality Act will likely be re-introduced in the House of Representatives around February 22nd with a vote as soon as early March! We need to focus on lobbying, calling, and writing our Representatives ASAP. Check out our sample letters.

Federal Agency Heads

President Biden’s Executive Order directs federal agency heads to review their sex discrimination policies, using a definition of “sex” that collapses biological sex with “gender identity.” We need to urge agency heads to protect our sex based rights.


Media coverage overwhelmingly favors the trans lobby perspective on the Equality Act, the executive order on sex discrimination, males identifying as female in women’s sports – the list goes on and on. Let’s start insisting on getting our concerns heard.