Obama's war on gender privacy in the bathroom

This current shakedown campaign by the Obama administration and the leftist media is insane.  What sentient American citizen thinks people should, outside their homes, in a public place, be able to use a restroom not of their gender?  Only the radical social justice warriors who have nothing better to do with their lives than work toward the destruction of American norms.  

Chris Wallace of Fox News Sunday asked Gov. McCrory if there had been incidents of molestation in bathrooms by transgendered people.  "No," the governor answered.  But the governor neglected to say what the commonsense opposition to the law actually is: it is not the fear of molestation by transgendered people, who are something like 0.3% of the population.  No.  It is the commonsensical fear of the pedophiles and rapists who will likely take advantage of the newfound freedom to enter any restroom or locker room at will to ply their particular perversion.  Sadly, such depravity is much more common that transgenderism.

When Target announced that their stores would now allow all of their customers to enter the bathroom of their gender identity of the moment, millions of people rebelled, petitioned, and cost the company millions of dollars in sales.  Do those people fear the very occasional transgendered person, whom they would likely not notice?  Of course not.  But who, given the company's declaration, wants to go to Target with young daughters or granddaughters and let them go to the restrooms alone?  Nobody.  Do they really think that their oh so politically correct announcement will not be met with enthusiasm by the perverts among us?  Do they actually believe that pedophiles are stupid and will not grasp this opportunity to "dress up" in order to fulfill their particular obsession, whatever it may be? 

Have there not been enough sexual deviancy scandals in this  nation that ordinary citizens do not recognize the danger of such a ridiculous law?  Is Attorney General Lynch really this clueless, that she believes that this is about anti-discrimination?  Of course not.  She knows exactly what this is about: further destruction of what was once normative American culture and traditional family, the twin enemies of the left.  Tear down every tenet of family values, the protection of children from sexual deviancy; let's make all children available to abuse.  That is the goal.  Let's equalize the vulnerability of the young.  

Once the LGBT activists won the right to marry in the Supreme Court, their dilemma was where to go next with all their money and power.  Bathrooms.  Of course.  Why should freshman students at college have any expectation of privacy at their college or university?  Why should a young girl from Iowa expect a girls only bathroom at, say, USC or Berkeley?  No.  They should be launched into Obamaworld, a world designed to smash any and all privileges that come with a traditional upbringing.   With pleasure and delight will those pretensions of privacy and traditional values be smashed to smithereens.

Most Americans have only sympathy and tolerance for those who feel they were born in the wrong body.  Their torment is unimaginable.  But the leftist media is so disingenuous in making this issue about fear of such people, of whom there are so very few.  They know better but prefer to exploit them to further demean those with the common sense to see the writing on the wall.  It is an imbecilic issue all around, and it is dangerous.  The administration, the DOJ, are groveling in the gutter on this one.  And it is by malevolent design.

This current shakedown campaign by the Obama administration and the leftist media is insane.  What sentient American citizen thinks people should, outside their homes, in a public place, be able to use a restroom not of their gender?  Only the radical social justice warriors who have nothing better to do with their lives than work toward the destruction of American norms.  

Chris Wallace of Fox News Sunday asked Gov. McCrory if there had been incidents of molestation in bathrooms by transgendered people.  "No," the governor answered.  But the governor neglected to say what the commonsense opposition to the law actually is: it is not the fear of molestation by transgendered people, who are something like 0.3% of the population.  No.  It is the commonsensical fear of the pedophiles and rapists who will likely take advantage of the newfound freedom to enter any restroom or locker room at will to ply their particular perversion.  Sadly, such depravity is much more common that transgenderism.

When Target announced that their stores would now allow all of their customers to enter the bathroom of their gender identity of the moment, millions of people rebelled, petitioned, and cost the company millions of dollars in sales.  Do those people fear the very occasional transgendered person, whom they would likely not notice?  Of course not.  But who, given the company's declaration, wants to go to Target with young daughters or granddaughters and let them go to the restrooms alone?  Nobody.  Do they really think that their oh so politically correct announcement will not be met with enthusiasm by the perverts among us?  Do they actually believe that pedophiles are stupid and will not grasp this opportunity to "dress up" in order to fulfill their particular obsession, whatever it may be? 

Have there not been enough sexual deviancy scandals in this  nation that ordinary citizens do not recognize the danger of such a ridiculous law?  Is Attorney General Lynch really this clueless, that she believes that this is about anti-discrimination?  Of course not.  She knows exactly what this is about: further destruction of what was once normative American culture and traditional family, the twin enemies of the left.  Tear down every tenet of family values, the protection of children from sexual deviancy; let's make all children available to abuse.  That is the goal.  Let's equalize the vulnerability of the young.  

Once the LGBT activists won the right to marry in the Supreme Court, their dilemma was where to go next with all their money and power.  Bathrooms.  Of course.  Why should freshman students at college have any expectation of privacy at their college or university?  Why should a young girl from Iowa expect a girls only bathroom at, say, USC or Berkeley?  No.  They should be launched into Obamaworld, a world designed to smash any and all privileges that come with a traditional upbringing.   With pleasure and delight will those pretensions of privacy and traditional values be smashed to smithereens.

Most Americans have only sympathy and tolerance for those who feel they were born in the wrong body.  Their torment is unimaginable.  But the leftist media is so disingenuous in making this issue about fear of such people, of whom there are so very few.  They know better but prefer to exploit them to further demean those with the common sense to see the writing on the wall.  It is an imbecilic issue all around, and it is dangerous.  The administration, the DOJ, are groveling in the gutter on this one.  And it is by malevolent design.