Men’s rooms were clearly designed for men, who stand up when they go pee. Women’s rooms were not. Well that turned out to be “transphobic.” I made this comment and shared this post on my private Facebook page. Only my friends could see it. It wasn’t public.”
“What the hell was a urinal made for?” That question turned out to be transphobic.
Here’s the problem. First of all, nothing I said was trans, number one. I had multiple trans employees who were some of the best people I worked with. My youngest son helps run the LGBT club. Here’s the thing. I’ve come to realize the reason people get pissed is because we don’t make it a big a deal as they do.
If I’d come out yesterday and said “transgender people are the greatest people in the world and anyone who disagrees is a son of a bitch,” all ESPN would’ve said is “Hey, don’t use that language here.” That would’ve been it…
First Amendment doesn’t apply here. When you work for other people there are consequences.
There’s a double standard here. It’s not okay to allow one “racist” opinion and not another, that’s a problem. There was nothing even racist about that meme!
We’ve allowed the vocal minority to shut up everyone else. Now it drives our political agenda.
There are so many other things that are actually legitimately scary, like ISIS, this movement doesn’t measure up.
Pedophiles will use this law to their advantage and someone’s going to get hurt. Transgenders aren’t pedophiles, that’s not the problem! It’s the pervert men who are the problem!
We’ve reached a tipping point in our culture. Men in women’s bathrooms? That’s an issue of today. Can you imagine this happening five or ten years ago? No, exactly. The SJW movement is pushing way too hard and too fast on this cultural rot. There’s pushback now, and Curt Schilling is at the head of it. The entire idea that people who disagree with men being in a restroom with women and girls is somehow hateful? Too far, SJWs. You’ve gone too far.
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