The I-1552 Campaign Just Exploited This Sexual Assault Survivor's Story. Stand With Her & Fight Back:

Last week, Kelly Herron successfully defended herself against a violent sexual assault in a public restroom at Golden Gardens Park in Seattle, yelling “not today, motherf*cker!"
 
But now, she says she's more upset than she's been all week to see that anti-transgender forces in Washington are using her face, name and story to fundraise for I-1552—the ballot initiative that repeals long-standing protections for transgender people.
 
 
Kelly says:
To the people behind I-1552, I say “not today, motherf*ckers.” I refuse to allow anyone to use me and my horrific sexual assault to cause harm and discrimination to others.
 
Now, Kelly is asking supporters across Washington to help her fight back by making a donation to Washington Won't Discriminate. Every dollar will help defeat the campaign that grossly took advantage of a sexual assault survivor to further their discriminatory agenda. Donate now using the secure form below.
 
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