The Transgender Slippery Slope

December 2nd, 2014

He made them Male and Female…

While many understand at a visceral level that definitive gender identification is critical, few have articulated the points, and the results under the law, of the impact of the elimination of the recognition of those definitions.  In other words, we no longer recognize gender under the law, what is the impact?
Please take a moment to look at this link to find dozens of well-articulated points!

The Federalist: Minnesota Plans To Eliminate Gender Distinctions For High School Sports



Announcement: Benham Brothers to Speak at CCV Banquet

November 14th, 2014

Citizens for Community Values is VERY pleased to announce that the Benham Brothers will be the Keynote Speakers at CCV’s 32nd Annual Fundraising Banquet at the Cintas Center (Xavier University) on April 28, 2015. I encourage you to sign up for the brothers’ email list. Their stories and outreach to those with a gender identity disorder demonstrate their love for God and their fellow man.


In Cleveland, men can use women’s bathroom by law?

November 10th, 2014

On Wednesday, November 12 at 1:30 PM, there will be a committee meeting at Cleveland City Hall to discuss this ordinance proposed by Cleveland City Councilmen Joe Cimperman and Matt Zone to make all restrooms and showers in Cleveland open to both men and women. That includes businesses and schools, under the “public accommodations” arm of non-discrimination law.

This proposed ordinance outrageously neglects the safety and physical and emotional health of women and children and opens up real possibilities of predators and incidents of rape, assault, public exposure, and other sexual abuse. 

Barring one gender from using a restroom facility designated for the other gender would now be a crime, punishable by a $1,000 fine.

Read more…


BREAKING: U.S. Circuit Court Upholds Ohio Marriage Law

November 6th, 2014


Contact Phil Burress, President

By a 2-1 vote, the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court has ruled that the marriage laws of Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee do not violate the U.S. Constitution. Judge Jeffrey Sutton, joined by Judge Deborah Cook, wrote the majority opinion.



October 27th, 2014


October 26-November 1

D id you know? The average age children are exposed to pornography is 11.  For many, such exposure is not sought, but seen unintentionally via the Internet…click here to find out more about how pornography harms children.

Watch “10 Ways to Immunize Your Kids Against Pornography”  this online class will help parents understand how to teach their young kids what pornography is, why it’s dangerous and how to reject it using the 5-point CAN DO plan.