[Ed. – They’ve got some weird, er, stuff, going on there in Colorado. But I’m betting there are at least some female lawmakers who would virtue-signal big-time, to insist that OTHER women should have to endure having men in the women’s restroom, in order to be “tolerant.”]
A recording between the state senate secretary and the Colorado State Patrol, obtained through a records request by the conservative nonprofit Compass Colorado, revealed Sen. Daniel Kagan’s visits made his female colleagues uncomfortable.
Last month, Sen. Beth Martinez Humenik filed a workplace sexual harassment complaint against Kagan for using the women’s bathroom “multiple times.”
“I confronted him in the bathroom itself and said, ‘What are you doing in here?'” Martinez Humenik told KUNC, a public radio station. “Then, as we were walking out, I said, ‘It’s not OK for you to be here. I don’t want to see you here again.'”
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Two other female staffers had “similar experiences,” according to Martinez Humenik. Another legislator, Sen. Owen Hill, said he saw Kagan in the women’s bathroom when he was taking his two young daughters to the facilities last year.
“My girls still come up here,” Hill said. “I will no longer let my girls use this bathroom because of this experience.”