A women’s homeless shelter in Alaska won a huge victory for women’s safety. Hope Center is a faith-based homeless shelter in Anchorage that ministers to battered women. And to protect these women, they refused to allow men who identify as women into the shelter. But as LGBT activists have blurred sex and moral boundaries, they sued the women’s shelter. Thankfully, a court stepped in and protected Hope Center from radical transgender activism As the shelter’s defense lawyer said, “Vulnerable women deserve a safe place to stay overnight, and we’re pleased that they can sleep soundly, at least for the time being, due to the court’s order.” This is clearly a positive ruling that reaffirms common sense gender differences and keeps women safe.