I'm the head coach at a Parkour Gym in a suburban area in Western Canada. I have to have something of a Facebook presence because that's where all the soccer moms are when they decide what activities they should sign their kids up for. It's also where I challenge a prominent local trans-activist. This trans activist is the leader of a political party out here and tried to bring a woman before Human Rights Tribunals for holding a sign at a women's march that said that Trans-women are not the same thing as biological women (Joe Rogan even talked about it). Day after day, all this person does is demonize people I agree with and call them hateful with zero evidence. So sometimes I jump in and disagree.
I usually have my personal settings locked down, but someone reposted one of my videos globally and I didn't notice. In one of their posts about how conversion therapy is illegal, I said that since it is voluntary, they're the ones preventing people from being what they want to identify as.
Anyway, they figured out where I work. The owners are getting a lot of backlash because of the business's association with me, since I "bully trans people." People are dropping out of the program over it. I have a meeting with them tomorrow. I'm alright losing my job over this, because I drew the line in the sand over this issue a long time ago. I see my opposition to the trans agenda as me sticking up for the next generation, but I'd be genuinely sad to not be able to teach and impart them with valuable lessons. There aren't a lot of places in society for them to learn how to confront their fears and become stronger anymore.