Ask Me First MN

We are Minnesota moms, daughters, students, athletes, survivors and businesswomen who believe our voices matter.


There’s a growing trend among our nation’s politicians to allow men to enter women’s spaces — public bathrooms, showers, locker rooms. Yet very few of these politicians seem interested in talking with the women who will be most impacted by these rules—to learn how they feel about it.

Legislators, school administrators, teachers, businesses and sports associations need to hear and respond appropriately to the stories women are sharing. Ask Me First MN is an opportunity for men, women, children, families and churches in Minnesota to learn more about the issue and engage winsomely to advance policies that protect safety and privacy rights.

Compassionate accommodations can be extended to those who struggle with biological realities without compromising the safety and privacy rights of everyone else.

Click on the button below for more information or to engage on privacy and safety issues right here in Minnesota!

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Women are Telling their Stories Nationwide

Kate, Emily, Jamie, and Tanner tell their stories here. Their experiences highlight the need for safety
and privacy in women-only spaces. If you have a story to share, click here.

Ask Me First is a project of Family Policy Alliance in partnership with family policy groups nationwide. For more information about the national Ask Me First project, click HERE.