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'Transgender' Feelings Trump Privacy, Safety, and Modesty

restroomsThe world is becoming more absurd by the minute.

We’ve now reached the point in our country where people of one sex who “feel” they’re the opposite sex can demand to use opposite-sex restrooms, showers, and changing rooms. Everybody is just supposed to play along.

Legislators who support so-called non-discrimination ordinances, an assault on religious freedom, apparently have no regard for the privacy, safety, or modesty of women, for example, who don’t want to use the same public bathroom as a man pretending to be a woman.

For all their concern for the “war on women,” “triggers,” and women feeling “unsafe,” liberals don’t seem at all fazed by the men-in-women’s-space trend.

California voters are trying to do what lawmakers won’t. A group called Privacy for All in the ballot-initiative state wants to put the Personal Privacy Protection Act on the 2016 ballot. The measure would require people in government buildings to use those areas designated for their biological sex. Unless a man pretending to be a woman can somehow swap his XY chromosomes for XX, he’ll have to take care of business in the men’s facilities.

Under the measure, private businesses would be free to allow men pretending to be women to use the women’s restroom, but it protects businesses that don’t. The individual who feels that a business or individual has violated his/her privacy can sue for attorney’s fees and damages.

Gina Gleason, a supporter of the measure, said that she and others “have great compassion for any person that is uncomfortable in traditional, sex separated facilities. [A little sugar to help the medicine go down?] But we also want to protect the privacy that most of us expect when we are in public bathrooms, showers and dressing areas.”

Folks, this is common sense.

How long will Americans continue to put up with “transgender” feelings and act like this is all normal and inevitable?

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  1. Isn’t this just more evidence of how bored our culture is? Nothing ca move fast enough. Nothing is inclusive enough. When will our individual property rights get breached. For example, liberals will pass a law that indicates if someone wants entry into your home you have to accommodate them or risk being sued. It’s coming. Liberals will argue that perhaps they are having a “personal” emergency or simply want to see how you are living so they can make an example of you in some negative way to furthers their constant list of crusades.