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4 responses to “The bathroom scare: ‘Public bathrooms just won’t be safe anymore’”

  1. Arouete

    Well? That all seems perfectly natural. It’s entirely in character. After all, these are people whose entire sexual education was gleaned from the scurrilous smut spewed across the walls of public toilets.

  2. USCKitty

    The bathroom scare was a tactic used against ERA.

  3. neche

    Women are not safe in washrooms that allow access to men:

    What possible justification can males have for entering female spaces that are set up for female protection against males, and are not even designed to physically accommodate male biology during elimination? And make no mistake- at least 80% of male transsexuals now choose to forgo “sex change surgery” and elect to retain their male anatomy. And 100% of male transgenders and those under the transgender umbrella (transgenders, cross-dressers, femulators) retain their original male anatomy without alteration. Stating the obvious here but: Male restrooms have urinals. Devices designed for male-bodied people to urinate in. So why would males who appear superficially female want to use women’s restrooms that aren’t even designed for their bodies, instead of say, educating the public and doing activism around the reality that some males choose to appear female, and that these males may also use restrooms like any other person born male?

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  4. neche

    Or, how about men just use the men’s room?

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