Gender-Neutral Restroom Legislation


Let’s make one thing absolutely clear: this law has nothing to do with homosexuality; the ‘T’ is simply too controversial to mention in polite conversation without being prefixed with ‘L,’ ‘G,’ and ‘B.’

Why would any transgendered individual wish to use these restrooms unless they were personally facing harassment?  (Which is highly illegal, by the way.)  There are grueling therapies involved in sexual reassignment, and those who undergo the process are generally required to live full time for a least a year as the gender with which they identify.  Afterwards, it’s considered offensive to suggest that they are anything but a “real man” or a “real woman.”

Even those who don’t opt for the full surgery are unlikely to consider themselves gender neutral, seeing that the most basic tenet of transgendered ideology — or whatever you want to call it — is the distinction between sex (body) and gender (mind).  They *know* who and what they are, only some fluke of nature caused them to be born into the “wrong” type of body.

Actually, I can imagine a lot of transgendered people getting offended by this.  It’s almost suggestive of some neo-Jim Crow law sans any “official” enforcement.

Whom do I foresee using these new gender-neutral restrooms?  People who label themselves LGBT-friendly, women who don’t want to wait in line to tinkle during their lunch breaks, voyeuristic men who like to peek in on said women as they tinkle during their lunch breaks, and opposite-sex couples seeking sexual rendezvous at work.  And it’s not too far-fetched to imagine who will get blamed when that first discarded condom is found and reported: the Trannies, or the LGBs to whom they are inexplicably connected.