Madness at the urinal


Suspicious? Maybe so, but if he wanders into the girl’s room after your child, that’s his God-given constitutional right and don’t you dare question it

The latest “progressive” civil right:


Should you conform to the world’s reality, or should the world conform to yours?

That’s the question at the heart of the debate over transgender rights and the spate of “bathroom bills” it has spawned in cities and states around the country. Citing privacy and safety concerns, supporters of these bills want to enshrine in law something that in any other moment in human history would have been viewed as elemental common sense—boys must use the little boy’s room, girls must use the little girl’s room.

Not so fast, Bigoty McBigotface.

To the radicals behind the push to let transgender individuals use any bathrooms they like, the issue has become the latest in a long-string of valiant last stands against the intolerance and hatred of the traditionally minded. Like same-sex marriage—always less a core conviction than an effective cudgel to use against conservatives—this business of having the tiny minority of gender-confused people dictate to the rest of us how we should order society is likely to become the Civil Rights Issue of Our Time™.


Here’s the thing:  Women and children get attacked in public bathrooms by sexual predators with alarming frequency.

Radical LGBT advocates are deliberately twisting the issue to make it seem as if politicians like McCrory view transgendered individuals as a menace. In fact, laws being passed in cities like Charlotte and New York constitute an open bathroom invitation to legions of scumbag rapists, molesters, and peeping toms.

Gotham mayor Bill de Blasio—the Stringbean Sandinista—has issued an executive order allowing transgendered people to use any bathrooms they like “without being required to show identification, medical documentation, or any other form of proof or verification of gender.”

Fair warning: If you come to New York and you see a dodgy looking dude hanging around the little girl’s room, you’re better off keeping it to yourself. His reality is all that counts.


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15 responses to “Madness at the urinal

  1. Don

    Liberalism is a mental disorder.

  2. Mickster

    We Micksters have own own outhouse in Riverside. We don’t need to be peeing in public, thank you.
    On a serious note, follow the money here – see who’s backing these radicals.

  3. Whose Burden Is It Anyway

    You realize that in CT we’ve already passed a bathroom bill which allows a a nice lady “trapped” inside a hulking 6’5″ man’s body to use the same bathroom as a 6 year old girl.

  4. Urinals are indeed a hazard:

  5. Oh, it's for my name

    O/T but significant disclosure by our state gov’t about recent budget shortfalls “projected a deficit of $339.4 million:”

    Also 2015 state unemployment rate was worse than New England region or entire US:
    Connecticut 5.7%
    New England 4.9%
    United States 5.3%

  6. In case you’re in North Carolina and need a “Safe Bathroom”

    • Don

      Federal court of Appeals will be handing down a decision any day now about a similar issue from Virgina. North Carolin is in the same Circuit, so it won’t take long to find out if the law stands a chance.

      Though the NC AG says he won’t enforce the law. Impeachment?

  7. Chester Mo Lester

    If one of these pervs touched my kid I would beat him until he looked like a tray of lasagna that was thrown off the Empire State Building.

    • Maitre d'Oyer et Terminer

      … and Warren Wilhelm would be sure to have you off to Riker’s for some fun ‘n games in the transgendered lav stalls for your “Hate Krime” So stop hating and start lovin’. Who knows… maybe you’ll learn something and enjoy it too?