Call me a bigot if you like. I don’t care. But I don’t think it’s bigotry that causes people to want to pee among members of the same sex only. I don’t think it’s bigotry when parents send their daughters into women’s restrooms with the assumption that only women and girls are in there.
Fascism is taking over this country in the guise of “Tolerance” and “Freedom”.
I’m not transphobic — but I am against fascism
by Joseph Farah
It’s a free country. We all have the right to speak our mind, to tell it like it is.
But it’s getting less free every day because of the kind of political correctness even Donald Trump supports – pandering to “transgendereds” and their irrational demands to invade the privacy of all of us who don’t want to use restrooms and locker rooms with members of the opposite sex – even if they happen to be confused about their sex.
Schilling lost his job for commenting on this Facebook post under a photo of a “transgendered” person: ”Let him in! To the restroom with your daughter or else you’re a narrow minded, judgmental, unloving, racist bigot who needs to die!!!”
Schilling’s response: ”A man is a man no matter what they call themselves. I don’t care what they are, who they sleep with, men’s room was designed for the penis, women’s not so much. Now you need laws telling us differently? Pathetic.”
There are no consequences for those who call for the death of people like Schilling – but the one person who speaks common sense is fired.
This is where we are in 2016 in America. Big corporations are behind the bullying. They are opposed to people using their voting power to make laws protecting the innocent from abuse and humiliation. The federal government loves it – it’s more power to them.
You know what this is? It’s called fascism. That’s the real definition of that ugly ideology – government-corporate alliances setting the course of a nation, the people be damned.
Do people now have the “right” to do anything they deem appropriate in public?
Suppose my sexual identity calls for me to masturbate in public? Who’s going to say that’s offensive? Who’s going to say that is wrong? Who’s going to repeat the slogan that started the sexual revolution so many years so: “Hey, what I do in the privacy of my own bedroom is my business”?
We’ve certainly gone way past that point, haven’t we? Now anything goes – in public!
What about the right to privacy? What about embarrassment? Doesn’t anyone have the right to blush, any more?
What’s really astonishing about this whole thing is the bandwagon effect. If you don’t get on it, you’re labeled a “hater.” The will of the people is being smashed to bits. The rule of law is being undermined. It’s brute force and tyranny of the cultural “progressives” teamed up with Big Government and Big Business.
There’s a reason we have restrooms segregated by sex.
Should we just have unisex restrooms and save a lot of money that way?
By the way, the “transgendered” lobby is dead-set opposed to special accommodations. It insists its constituents go wherever they choose. Why not everyone? Why shouldn’t those who are not transgendered have the same “right”?
Another by-the-way: How do we determine who’s really “transgendered”? Since it’s just a matter of the way you feel about yourself, what’s to stop pervert, sex criminal, predator men from saying they feel that way only to make entry into ladies’ restrooms and locker rooms with a camera or worse?
Personally, I think it’s sad that some people are sexually confused. I have compassion for them. I don’t want to stomp on them. I don’t want to vilify them. I don’t want to harass them. I believe in treating people the way I would want to be treated.
But just because they self-identify as members of the opposite sex doesn’t justify them infringing on the right to privacy of others.