A Man Walks into a Restroom…

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He used it and left. Nobody thought about whether he had a penis or vagina.

Nobody cared.

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Restrooms are no less safe than they’ve always been. 

A woman walks into a restroom. Only the middle stall was available. She ate Taco Bell for lunch. She offered a courtesy flush as she let go. A bashful gal, she waited until everyone left before exiting the stall.

The “bathroom bills” are distractions intended to cause fear and division to support broader LGBT discrimination.

A man walks into a restroom. He has to piss, but there aren’t dividers between urinals. Self conscious, he uses a stall. He didn’t wash his hands before leaving.

This isn’t about restrooms. Trans men are men. Trans women are women. These laws, if followed, will create the problem that didn’t exist in the first place – co-ed restrooms.

Born female, these transgender men would use the women's restroom. Photo source: Occupy Democrats Facebook
Born female, these transgender men would use the women’s restroom. Photo source: Occupy Democrats Facebook

Three girlfriends walk into a restroom. One fixes her hair. One freshens her face. One takes a selfie for Instagram. They criticize themselves and compliment each other until everyone believes they look cute. The restroom selfie had 15 ‘likes’ before rejoining their group.

Lawmakers claim it’s a ‘safety issue’ and, without these laws, restrooms – especially for women and young girls – are dangerous places where anyone can enter regardless of gender. 

As if laws don’t exist for public misconduct, lewd behavior, and sex crimes – even in restrooms.

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A father carries his toddler daughter into a restaurant restroom. She’s sipping water like a bottomless margarita. Simultaneously, another man enters. It’s a small restroom with two toilets. He tells the father he’ll wait outside until they finish.

It’s an election year and it’s time to divide voters. Certain lawmakers add fuel to a smoldering fire by attaching a non-issue to anti-LGBT legislation in order to stoke emotions, cause confusion, and manipulate voters. 

A restroom attendant walks into a nightclub men’s room to prepare for his shift. He organizes the gum, mints, cologne, candy, cigarettes, tissues, and towels. He works for tips and remembers who takes care of him. He ignores the fact they don’t use the toilets after locking their stall.

Restroom scandals aren’t new. In the news, they usually involve the men’s room and undercover cops.

A homeless veteran walks into a restroom. He’s looking for a sink with running water. As he washes his face, he’s unaware people are more concerned he’s dangerous than he doesn’t have a home.

Restrooms are no less safe than they’ve always been. 

A mother escorts her son, age 10, to a restroom. He enters on his own and she waits outside. Three men exit as she waits. He emerges unscathed. He always has. Even still, she accompanies him to public restrooms without exception.

Unabashed Hypocrisy

Former Idaho State Senator Larry Craig. Photo Source: Wikipedia
Former Idaho State Senator Larry Craig. Photo Source: Wikipedia

Throughout history, anti-LGBT supporters have ruined their careers and families when their dirty little secrets involving their own sexuality emerge publicly.

Are their actions overcompensating self-hatred and their personal affinity for same-sex shenanigans?

Personally, I don’t care. It takes a big man to hurt others because they’re secretly miserable.

Here are names of some anti-gay hypocrites. Feel free to look them up if you’re interested in the extent of their hypocrisy and, in some cases, crime(s).

Dennis Hassert – Former U.S. Speaker of the House
Larry Craig – Former Idaho State Senator
Troy King – Former Alabama Attorney General
George Rekers – Co-Founder of the Family Research Council
Richard Curtis – Former Washington State Representative
Glenn Murphy Jr. – Former President of the Young Republican National Federation
David Dreider – Former California Congressman
Bruce Barclay – Former County Commissioner, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania
Roy Ashburn – Former California State Senator
Ed Schrock – Former Virginia Congressman
Bob Allen – Former Florida State Representative
Phillip Hinkle – Former Indiana State Representative
Roberto Arango – Former Puerto Rico Senator
Randy Boehning – Former North Dakota State Representative
Matthew Makela – Pastor in Michigan
Ted Haggard – Evangelical Pastor in Colorado
Steve Wiles – Candidate for State Senator of North Carolina

 

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5 thoughts on “A Man Walks into a Restroom…”

    1. Johnathan hudelson, I’ll be following you around, demanding to see your birth certificate every time you per in a public restroom.

      Just kidding! I haven’t got time for any of your $#!t. Neither has anybody else.

    2. Then get used to women in your men’s restroom. And men in the women’s. Because transgender includes those who don’t have the parts they were born with, and those who don’t look like the gender they were born. And if someone tries to give me crap for having short hair and not dressing or looking “female” enough I will be settling that dispute with my soon-to-be-obtained concealed carry. We don’t need your false “concern” for our safety – it’s not like you care otherwise anyway.

  1. I was a security guard at Target for a few years. Do you know what was stopping a man with ill intentions from walking into the women’s restroom and ambushing someone he found alone?

    Not a damn thing. There’s no lock, there’s no attendant, no security cameras pointed at the door. Hell, at one of the stores I worked, the restrooms were down a short hallway and not actually visible from the front end.

    Everyone is just as safe as they were at the begining of the year, except perhaps transgender folks…who weren’t super safe to begin with.

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