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If Not, Then There Is No Need For The Law, Sprout...
Fri Mar 10, 2017 7:18am (XFF:

I agree that in most cases, enforcement will be difficult. But there are plenty of cases where the situation is known, all the way around. Think students - the whole reason this issue came up in the first place. That is not a case of attempting to catch someone violating the law. That is a case of telling a person up front, "We know what your birth gender was. It doesn't matter how transitioned you are."

Put the two people in those pictures in a school setting (I realize that they are very much adults, however, I'm just illustrating the principle). They would have to use bathrooms that do not conform to their appearance. That is the purpose of the law.

Stupid law.

Stupid people pushing for it.

What motivates them? A desire to maringalize the Other? Fear?


  • Do you expect to see birth certificate checks to use a restroom? You are being silly. The ONLY time that a question can POSSIBLY even come up is if an individual is trying to use a bathroom that... more
    • If Not, Then There Is No Need For The Law, Sprout... — Amadeus, Fri Mar 10 7:18am
      • You really don't get it do you....Sprout, Fri Mar 10 7:44am
        Is it so difficult to believe that a parent of a 6 year old girl might not want their daughter in the same bathroom as the individual in the second picture?
        • You Are The One Not Getting It...Amadeus, Fri Mar 10 8:58am
          The one in the second picture was born a woman, is now a transgender male, now wants to use men's restroom. Yes, I could see that the parent of a 6 year old girl (myself BEING such a parent) would... more
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