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Don't you think that's just a little weird?
I don't know about you, but if I must visit a public restroom to powder my nose or whatever, I am sooo not interested in the other people there.
They may be perfectly nice people, but under the circumstances, I don't want to say hi, I don't want them to say hi, I want no eye contact, no words, nothing.
You do your thing and I'll do mine. And let's all make sure that we make it so we have no chance of seeing what you or I are doing.
I know the people who are much more interested than I about who's in the public restroom with them say they worry about guys dressing up as gals and then molesting the women using said public restroom.
Never mind that doesn't tend to happen, and sexual assault or molestation is already illegal in the states where lawmakers and conservatives are way too interested in who's in the rest room with them.
Fox New's Megyn Kelly, questioning North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory on that states bathroom law, stated the obvious. "Typically male molesters are heterosexual, and if they want to sneak into a bathroom, they'll do it. but 90 percent of the cases, molestation happens with someone you know. So what is the fear with the transgender situation in the bathrooms?"
The answer that McCrory gave wasn't this, but I bet he was thinking he doesn't like transgendered people in restrooms because such people to his mind are icky or something.
Isn't it ickier, though, to have a guy with a beard, who was born a woman but now very much a man, to be forced to go into the womens room?
Or somebody like Caitlyn Jenner, who used to be a guy and is now very much a woman, be forced to hang out with the guys at the urinal?
Somebody's ickiness meter is broken, I think.
|Some "conservative"' politicians are oddly|
obsessed with who's using which bathroom where.
I think they need a therapist.
The Oxford City Council members ought to worry much more about their spelling and grammar than who's sharing the bathroom with them.
I'll quote their new bathroom law verbatim, but add a (sic) whenever we spot a mistake.
"....citizens have a right to quite (sic) solicitude (sic) and to be secure from embarrassment and unwanted intrusion into their privacy while utilizing multiple occupancy bathroom and changing facilities by members of the opposite biological sex."
Quite solicitude, huh? So people go into public restrooms to emphatically express concern about someone's health and happiness, if I'm reading the definition of solicitude correctly.
I'd hate to share a restroom with any member of the Oxford Alabama City Council because I don't want anybody to enthusiastically worry about my health and happiness while I'm doing my business in a public facility.
The Oxford Alabama ordinance also mentions that "single sex public facilities are places of increased venerability (sic) and present the potential for crimes against individuals utilizing those facilities..."
What? People are more worthy of respect due to their age, dignity and character when they go into public restrooms? Well, that's what the definition of 'venerability" is.
In any event, what seems to be going on is weird people, i.e. conservative, freaking out politicians, are trying to pass laws preventing people from anybody who is not just like them from sharing a public restroom.
Again, this obsession seems awfully unhealthy for me.
It's gotten to the point, with these odd laws, maybe, that women can't even use the womens room if they don't look sufficiently ladylike.
There's a viral video out there (see it at the bottom of the post) of a lesbian woman being kicked out of a restroom because she strikes the cops kicking her out as too masculine.
Apparently the way she was dressed and her hair style made it not readily apparent to the cops whether she was indeed a woman.
The cops here were literally the fashion police.
Makeup, lovely long hair and high heels only, ladies! No baggy hip hop style clothing that hides your gender! No boyish hairstyles!
So now that's another thing on our plate we have to worry about. Because of weirdo politicians' scary obsessions, it seems we need to bring our birth certificates with us to the restrooms.
All this seems like it might lead to citizen vigilantes, who, as Slate puts it, "in which empowered busybodies take it upon themselves to judge who is male or female based on appearance and alert the authorities to difference danger when it arises.
If you don't like what people look like as compared to their birth certificates, I guess transgendered people will have to pee out in the middle of the restaurant, stadium, mall or wherever they are when they have to go.
Will the perverts obsessed by who's going to the restrooms get really turned on by that, too?
I really think the oddballs passing these laws really need some serious therapy.