“Transgender” activist appointed to bank board

According to the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition, the lead advocate for the “Bathroom Bill,” their executive director, Gunner Scott, has been elected to Eastern Bank’s Board of Corporators. His term lasts for 10 years. Gunner Scott has been the director of MTPC since 2008. “He” was born a woman, but has since “transitioned” to a man. Eastern Bank was founded in 1918 and is the largest independent and mutually owned bank in New England.
As we have mentioned before, the group “Lawyers for Transgender Rights” is hosting a fundraiser in Boston to benefit the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition. This event is being headlined by House Speaker Robert DeLeo, who is also receiving the “2012 Transgender Ally Award” for his help in passing the so-called “Transgender Rights” bill that was approved by the Legislature last November.

Share:

More Posts

Governor Healey Hides Documents Related to Pregnancy Resource Center Smear Campaign

Dear Friend of the Family,  We’ve been keeping you informed about the State’s outrageous and unethical smear campaign against pro-life pregnancy resource centers (PRCs). As a refresher, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, in conjunction with other state agencies including the Attorney General’s Office and Governor’s Office, announced at the

MFI Safeguards the Religious Conscience Rights of Nursing Student

Dear Friend of the Family,  Last week, we told you about a victory we were able to achieve for a young mom whose infant daughters were going to be kicked out of their pediatrician’s office because of their family’s religious beliefs about vaccines. This week, we are happy to report

Act now! Help protect MA schools from gender madness!

We’ve told you before about the Biden Administration’s outrageous and troubling rewrite of the Title IX rules. These expansive and complicated rules, scheduled to go into effect on August 1st, 2024, attempt to redefine “sex” to include “gender identity,” threatening fairness, privacy, safety, and free speech in educational institutions across the