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I tried to make a donation (on your match site) and find that, despite the pictures of credit cards, it is not possible to access that part of the site. I sought a phone number to report this to you, and the only phone number I find is that of Chris — but Chris did not answer and has not set up a voice-mail box. I searched your website high and low but find that the only way to contact you is through this box and by social media — which I do not use.
Due to all this, I cannot donate to you!!!
I am glad you are fighting discrimination. So do a lot of churches and other faiths..
Our small church in Montréal has never gendered our bathrooms. Men and women line up together.
I am sure there are several churches in Tennesee that support your work to ensure ALL including transgender men and women have equal access to toilet facilities. Please let us know if any churches are willing to support you publicly. Maybe you can broaden your support to a larger coalition including those who believe like me that the gospel of Jesus calls the state of Tennesee to repect and care for all its citizens.
Thank you again for your work.