Politicians’ Bills Would Actually Hurt Professional Women

A group of legislators in New Hampshire have proposed numerous bills that would turn women into liabilities, making them too costly to employ. Today, we will focus on two bills in particular.

Proposed by seven Democrats and three Republicans, Senate Bill 69 would use the force of law to require “employers to provide access to a sufficient space for nursing mothers and reasonable break time.”

This bill would force businesses to spend money on acquiring more rooms in their property for women, which would cost them money. It would also cost the business money due to paying an employee who is not working and producing value. 

This bill has passed the Senate and is now in the House Commerce Committee.

Proposed by eleven Republicans and seven Democrats, Senate Bill 68 would use the force of law to require employers “to provide reasonable accommodations for pregnant employees.”

Again, this bill would make it more costly to hire women of child-bearing age. Should this bill pass, business owners would be less likely to hire women. They will simply not be worth the trouble.

This bill has passed the Senate and is now in the House Commerce Committee.

If there were a law forcing businesses to provide beautiful masseuses and ample break time for daily massages for all male employees, I would oppose the law for the exact same reasons. Forcing employers to provide ‘accommodations’ for a specific (or any) group of employees is wrong because it would violate personal freedom, economic freedom, and it would harm the employees it’s designed to help. If these bills pass, legislators will have harmed my wife by making her less employable.

I also cannot resist pointing out the incredible hypocrisy of radical soicalist feminists who simultaneously claim that women and men are the exact same and MUST be treated the exact same, while also supporting laws that force employers to grant special accommodations to women.

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