Male Privilege and Women’s Bathrooms

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North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory (R) has become a whipping boy for the advocates of the latest round of the sexual revolution. The Human Rights Campaign has gathered a bunch of business owners to bully the governor in an attempt to get him to back down. “Your bigotry is bad for business,” is their mantra.
His crime? He signed a law that requires people to use the restrooms of the sex indicated on their birth certificate.
AP Photo/Toby Talbot

AP Photo/Toby Talbot 

The gender radicals and sexual revolutionaries cannot tolerate this. Gender is fluid. Gender is a choice.

Gender used to be a social construct. Now, gender is a personal construct. Not everyone who has the word “male” on their birth certificate self-identifies as “male.”

But is this bill really evidence of irrational hate and bias?

Let’s look at a few items that suggest we all have a stake in the “gender binary,” especially women and girls.

Item one: A male-bodied transgender claims he/she was raped in the unisex bathroom of the Stonewall Inn.

Item two: A man entered a girls locker room, stripped, and claimed he had every right to be there, under the new transgender law.

Item three: A man who claimed to be transgender assaulted women in a women’s shelter. He has since been arrested as a sexual predator.

All these incidents bring one thought to mind: What about the safety of women and girls?

If a man dressed as a woman is at risk in an open-access unisex bathroom, what chance does an actual woman have against a potential attacker? If women and girls cannot feel safe in women’s locker rooms or women’s shelters, will society provide any safe public places for women?  read more