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Gender Self-Identity Seems to Be Working

Man_in_Seattle_women_s_locker_room State lawmakers in every state spend an inordinate amount of time discussing gender identity. Tranny accomodations long ago surpassed resources focused on fixing public schools or providing a vibrant jobs economy. The State of Washington jumped the bandwagon by declaring that all public restrooms and facilities would transition from gender specific to gender self-identified. Which started the clock until some dude walked into the women's locker room at a Seattle area public swimming pool and started to undress.

The women in the locker room alerted the authorities because that's what half-naked women do when a man walks into their changing room. The dude asserted his rights under the new state law to identify as a woman and everybody was rendered frozen in a retarded state of social enlightenment. The parks staff were forced to let the dude go, at which point he returned when a bunch of school aged girls were changing for swim practice. That's pretty far to take your point and you probably deserve a bullet.

The law says you must verbally or physically self-identify in order to gain access to opposing gender bathrooms. For a man, this means announcing to everybody that you're a woman trapped inside a man's body or simply listening to Coldplay on your iPod while eating a salad by a fountain. The more traditionalist State of North Dakota responded with a new law that says anybody with a dick has to use the men's room. That old standard. Supporters of the gender self-identity movement just pretended there was no way to foresee this predatory problem and we all have to work together to find a solution. Like exactly what we had before that worked for 99.7 percent of the population.

We have guidelines that allow transgender individuals to use restrooms and locker rooms consistent with their gender identity. We want everyone to feel comfortable in our facilities.
No. No you don't.

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