This November discrimination will be on the ballot in Massachusetts.

In 2016 Massachusetts passed an important law protecting our transgender neighbors and friends from discrimination in public spaces like restaurants, retail shops and doctor’s offices.

But now, anti-LGBT extremists have succeeded in placing an initiative on the 2018 ballot requiring voters to uphold the law—or it will be repealed.

YDMA is standing with Freedom for All Massachusetts—asking you to commit to voting to uphold MA’s non-discrimination laws. Add your name now to defend transgender equality.

Securing these landmark civil rights protections was the culmination of a decade-long campaign to get these protections written into state law—but those gains could be wiped out in an instant if we don’t get every single one of YDMA’s supporters in Massachusetts to the polls this November.

We know the overwhelming majority of Bay Staters believe in fairness and want these protections upheld. With so much at stake we are not going to sit by and watch a small-but-vocal group take these protections away.