The debate over "bathroom-privacy" and has spread nationwide. In states across the country, school districts and local governments are being pressured to satisfy the demands of transgender advocates who say people should be able to use the bathroom of the gender they identify with -- verse the gender they were born.
Parents have complained that allowing transgender students to use the bathrooms of their choosing violates the rights of their sons and daughters who may not want to change with a peer who has different "plumbing" as them.
Recently, Tim LeFever, a member of the executive committee of Privacy For All, the group that is promoting the Personal Privacy Protection Act in California, sat down with Tom to explain how parents and others are fighting back in his state.
While LeFever says he respects the concerns of the transgender communities, he says its wrong that public school students and private businesses be forced to comply with rules that violates their privacy rights or that could be a significant financial burden.
LISTEN BELOW Tim LeFever explains what parents and lawmakers can do to protect their privacy and stand up to the LGBT movement: