A modest proposal for issues for gay 'weddings' and men using women's bathrooms

Liberals reject science and say that people can define what they are, irrespective of what their DNA says.  Here are a few examples.

Liberals believe that Bruce Jenner can simply make himself into a woman even though he has a male reproductive organ and his DNA says he is a man.

Liberals believe that Senator Warren can define herself to be a Redskin...er, Indian...er, Native American simply by saying it’s so, even though no tribe will accept her.

Liberals believe that Rachel Dolezal can change her race from white to black simply by saying so.

Liberals believe that the unborn child is not human even though every unborn child has human DNA.  But the mother can change the very nature of her unborn daughter simply by saying her daughter is not a person.

Given that liberals believe that people are infinitely malleable and that we can define who we are irrespective of our real biological identity, there is a simple solution to the current uproars over biological men in women’s restrooms and bakers who don’t want to provide services to gay weddings (but who are willing to serve gays in all other circumstances).

Women need merely assert that they will swoon and die if they see a biological male in a woman’s restroom.  Based on the liberal beliefs above, no experimental data or even reasoned arguments are needed; women can simply declare that they will die if confronted by a man in the women’s restroom.

And what compassionate liberal could sign the death warrants of so many innocent women, many of whom will be mere children?

Similarly, bakers and photographers can assert – once again, no evidence is necessary – that they would projectile vomit if they were forced to participate in a gay pretend wedding.

This simply solution ensures that everyone’s rights are protected and is fully consistent with the liberal belief that reality is something we can change if we wish hard enough – or perhaps click our ruby slippers together.

You can read more of Tom’s rants at his blog, Conversations about the obvious, and feel free to follow him on Twitter.

Liberals reject science and say that people can define what they are, irrespective of what their DNA says.  Here are a few examples.

Liberals believe that Bruce Jenner can simply make himself into a woman even though he has a male reproductive organ and his DNA says he is a man.

Liberals believe that Senator Warren can define herself to be a Redskin...er, Indian...er, Native American simply by saying it’s so, even though no tribe will accept her.

Liberals believe that Rachel Dolezal can change her race from white to black simply by saying so.

Liberals believe that the unborn child is not human even though every unborn child has human DNA.  But the mother can change the very nature of her unborn daughter simply by saying her daughter is not a person.

Given that liberals believe that people are infinitely malleable and that we can define who we are irrespective of our real biological identity, there is a simple solution to the current uproars over biological men in women’s restrooms and bakers who don’t want to provide services to gay weddings (but who are willing to serve gays in all other circumstances).

Women need merely assert that they will swoon and die if they see a biological male in a woman’s restroom.  Based on the liberal beliefs above, no experimental data or even reasoned arguments are needed; women can simply declare that they will die if confronted by a man in the women’s restroom.

And what compassionate liberal could sign the death warrants of so many innocent women, many of whom will be mere children?

Similarly, bakers and photographers can assert – once again, no evidence is necessary – that they would projectile vomit if they were forced to participate in a gay pretend wedding.

This simply solution ensures that everyone’s rights are protected and is fully consistent with the liberal belief that reality is something we can change if we wish hard enough – or perhaps click our ruby slippers together.

You can read more of Tom’s rants at his blog, Conversations about the obvious, and feel free to follow him on Twitter.