Skip to comments.Pop Gossip-In California Transvestites Can Use the Bathroom of Their Choice
Posted on 10/19/2007 8:50:23 AM PDT by Fishtalk
Time for some Pop Culture. Let's begin by getting our heads around the new California law which will allow transvestates to use the bathrooms of their choice.
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This means that only one bathroom will have one toilet and sink and the door can be locked. Large public restrooms may be a thing of the past...unless you enter with a group of like-oriented friends who don’t want to be propositioned, confronted, and/or raped.
Actually, SJ, as I understand, nobody really understands the full implication of this new law. The thing about same-sex bathrooms, to be used by males, females and all others, is speculation for now.
Understand I could be wrong. I did read a couple of articles on the matter and as I see it, a lot of court cases will be coming up.
The 777 law states that nothing can be included in educational materials that reflects badly on “alternate” lifestyles.
the speculation for now is that to even refer to “Mom and Dad” or “Husband and Wife” could be considered as reflecting badly on, say, Dad AND Dad. Heh.
Same thing with the bathrooms as it is speculated.
Ahnold signed the law but I speculate he probably had to, although I’ll not defend this RINO, please do not misunderstand. But he did not sign a law that would have poured millions into abortion and contraceptives as well as that all important same sex marriage law, which he did NOT sign.
So he likely agreed to sign this so-called 777 law and is going to let the chips fall where they may.
Hey, read my Blog post. I have given this matter some thought and, as expected, have an opinion that I share completely for free.
Any reader input is greatly appreciated. I’m here on the East coast so what do I know from California?
Are they going to appoint someone as inspector at the entrance to the bathroom? Otherwise, how would anyone know if the person was a transvestite?
Wouldn’t having NO gender-specific bathrooms solve this?
I would think so, but here in America, people get pretty weird about public bathrooms. Imagine a female attendant in a male bathroom? Happens all the time in other parts of the world, and no one gets upset, but here, if you walked in on a female cleaning up the bathroom and didn’t excuse yourself and walk back out, you’d probably have the cops on you in a minute.