Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Lucia Transgender rights endanger real women

We separate public bathrooms by sex because women should have the right to privacy when going to the toilet. But transgender "women" (men who think they are women) are making it easier and easier for men to gain access to previous no go zones, thus endangering all women and girls who enter such places.

But obviously female safety is not important, it's all about the men being able to feel like women. Fantastic.

Adding transgender rights could facilitate another kind of abuse. Campaign Life Coalition national president Jim Hughes has warned that such laws give sexual predators “legitimized access” to women’s restrooms.

“Wherever this [provision] is passed, privacy and decency are eroded,” agrees Staver.

Canadian women have suffered a flurry of restroom attacks by men. In 2010, an Ottawa man was sentenced to three years in prison for assaulting a 15-year-old girl at Nepean High School. The year before, a Halifax woman was assaulted with a sharp object in a restroom at the mall.

In the United States, Concerned Women for America’s Donna Miller was shocked to see a man urinating in a women’s restroom in plain view, “very intentional, in your face” in 2009.

Yet a Macy’s store in San Antonio, Texas, fired 27-year-old Natalie Johnson for denying a man who identified himself as transgender access to the women’s restroom.

Staver cited a case in Orono, Maine, where a teenage boy uses the female restroom on the grounds of his perceived gender identity.

Such lunacy will spread, just like "gay marriage".

Related link: Florida ordinance could give ‘transgender’ men access to women’s restrooms

2 comment(s):

Alex said...

Yes, I'm sure they are quaking at the thought of the thought of someone being in the same room whilst urinating. You do realise that most bathrooms have doors right? Just because someone is transgender doesn't mean they will barge into toilet stalls willy nilly, no pun intended.

Lucia Maria said...

How are women supposed to tell the difference between men who think they are women and men who just want to be in the womens' bathroom? Hmmmm??? Are we going to have to do what I already do with my 11yo for the mens' bathroom - check if anyone else is in there (even the other stalls) before I let him go alone?

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