Getting to the bottom of America’s most urgen tissue

Since it’s apparently futile to try to wake people up to what’s going on right in front of their eyes, let’s address an issue that’s riveted the world’s attention on a problem that’s flush in the face of millions of Americans.

We in the US seem to have an inordinate amount of time on our hands (or is it glands?) that we spend creating issues that most other people in the world haven’t had the luxury of worrying about. Consider that we’re the first country to create a huge business out of charging people money to…lose weight, while much of the world doesn’t have enough to eat.

We also spend a lot of time focused on plumbing, mainly our own, and we tend to complicate and confuse things. To the best of my knowledge, we pioneered not only all sorts of cosmetic surgery – including convincing women with no medical needs to shove silicone in their chests so they’ll be more attractive to immature “men” –  but also gender reassignment surgery. Both speak to being dissatisfied with who we are, what we look like and trying to “fix” it from the outside in.

A current, costly concern has developed about which bathroom people should use who “identify” with the gender opposite the one they were born. This has provoked all sorts of outrage, social justice concerns, lawsuits, religious objections, legislation, etc. The people at the center, or perhaps bottom, of this concern represent a statistically miniscule portion of the population. Nonetheless, a compassionate and reasonable solution only requires that we put things in their proper perspective. We need to stop seeing bathrooms as politicized social gathering places and simply as spaces designed to accommodate human biological functions and needs.

We can resolve most of this with means that are even now already in use.

Many/most public bathrooms, including in schools, have facilities with multiple stalls for the designated gender. Objections to blurring the lines for the minority, and perfectly legitimate ones (unless you’re a college educated leftist, etc.), include a concern that children aren’t put at risk by the presence of someone who “qualifies” to use the facility based on their chosen gender. (There actually are two genders, check your chromosomes, they’re not reassignable.)

The solution – and it will probably be less costly than all the disruptive machinations engendered by this lunacy – would be to convert existing multi-stall, single gender bathrooms to what one can often find at places like Venice Beach, California. Specifically, instead of stalls with barely lockable doors and separating panels that are generally open from the floor up to a randomly determined height, affording minimal privacy, each stall is converted into a self-contained, truly lockable toilet facility…available to both genders. This is hardly a new or foreign concept; many places already have individual bathrooms with symbols that display access to either gender. This would become the standard for all public facilities wherever the issue iss of concern.

The only difference would be that sinks are then located in an open, common area for men, women and children alike. Not an insurmountable difficulty in this age of plumbing reassignment.

Certainly, many existing gender specific facilities could be modified to make them into self- contained individual units with the aforementioned common sink area. We have public drinking fountains so locating sinks near non-gender specific bathrooms shouldn’t be too difficult to adapt to.

While there would be certain costs for conversions, new facilities could be designed in this manner and needless legal expenses and social hysteria could be avoided.

Of course, one drawback would be that the hours of meetings, protests, marches and outright rebellions would no longer be “necessary” and social-sexual gender advocates could go back to focusing on their regular studies, until the next cause célèbre was socially engineered.

And no, that’s not a typo way up there, just a play on words.

 

27 comments on “How to End the Gender Bathroom Problem

  • Michael,

    Your thinking and remarks upon this issue are absolutely sound and correct. Sometimes I feel as if the world has gone completely bananas with the sudden rise of the so-called “social justice warriors,” most of whom don’t make a lick of sense and seek only an outlet for their aggression and despotic behavior. So many people are quick to cry “diversity” and “inclusion” but revolutionary ideas like common sense, common decency, real camaraderie and peace are completely foreign to them. And while some people may be well-meaning, over-inflating an issue or creating problems where there is really none in order to accommodate some “progressive” agenda is simply nuts.

    Peace.

  • Props to having the nads to the confront this topic. Common sense isn’t so common I’m afraid. The ‘protesters’ or shall we say, rioters at this point, have no idea what they’re even protesting about.

    It’s just OH SOOOOOOOOOOO cool and edgy to rebel.

  • What about my need for a loo for men that want to stay men for the next few incarnations? It will only house men in dressing gowns and pipes.

    I’m avoiding being a woman for future incarnations until we sort the terrible problem of the toilets out. I might concentrate too much on that issue and miss the fact that the world has been going to s#!t for some time.

    For anyone concerned, please search ‘All will shake and quiver’ in the TheyFlyBlog Search. Some mighty “movements” to think about there. Where to put it all?

  • In Japan all the toiltes are self contained cubicles, and in department stores are exquisitely designed and finished. I have often wondered why both sexes cannot use the same group room. I guess it’s the urinals that’s the problem, a different pee see / pc problem. The only difference is the washbasin area for ladies caters for their make-up requirements and is therefore (?) more gorgeous, or luxurious. Yes, they are here.
    Oxford dictionary: “gender”: 1 a. classification roughly corresponding to the two sexes and sexlesness. b. class of noun according to this classification. 2 a person’s sex.
    I guess the pee seers, or our psychiatrists, will soon be asking, “When did you last have gender?”

  • Oh boy, I was hoping you would bring this up sooner or later. I personally don’t want men hanging around the ladies room. It opens the door for all kinds of perverts and pedophilia issues. If you let one in, you have to let them all. It’s bad enough being a grown woman and feeling leery in the restroom at times, but I don’t think we should impose this nonsense on children. I would’ve been terrified when I was a young girl if a man came waltzing in the bathroom. And believe me, biological women can tell if she is a he from a mile away. I think Michael has a great idea.

    • Hi Melissa. There are cases where if there is no sign, makes me wonder why some public bathrooms don`t have signs,eh?

    • You nailed it Melissa. I passed a tranny coming out of the bathroom and knew he was a tranny. When I got back to the vehicle my husband was sitting there in shock because the tranny had stood in front of the vehicle to adjust his dress and made eye contact. I had never seen him that horrified of another person lol.

      • Hi Sheila, I just went to a skincare school recently. One of the cosmetician sitting at another table has a strong facial features. I didn’t pay too much attention at that time. But during our break he/she was in the ladies washroom. That’s when I realized that’s not who she/ he is! Oh my…with all the ladies in there. He’s all done up, makeup and all but still look masculine.
        These transgender spends more money than women when it comes to skincare and makeup. I just can’t imagine how much obstacles they need to overcome just to look feminine.
        Billy wrote about the internal plumbing to leave it alone. What’s happening to our society very distorted. What happens if one day he/she ends up meeting his/her true soulmate. From my understanding it doesn’t matter if the two people are thousands of miles away. If the conditions are favorable, human subconsciousness will find each other. That will be a disaster if he/she already altered the internal plumbing, especially if the impulse is very strong.

  • A wee dis close urea:
    Common sense
    (German = Verstand)
    The human capability of the correct recognition and assessment of all things as well the capability of definition-creation and definition application.
    The human intellectual power, which is able to create definitions and put values into them.
    The human intellectual power which has the capability of assessment and consideration and decision-making, whereby the knowledge of a fact is achieved, which becomes wisdom through the experience and lived-through knowledge
    http://www.futureofmankind.co.uk/Billy_Meier/FIGU_-_related_terms#Common_sense

    It is obvious to some that a lot do not know that words have definition/s, IE. meaning! yet they fabricate new words/definitions with absolutely no value. Common Core anyone?
    It, unfortunately, makes me wonder what is happening behind closed doors, walls and minds of the “statistically minuscule portion of the population”.
    I know what is NOT happening!

  • A wee word of advice to journalists : This is all getting a bit to poo-litical, so step back a wee bit and stop splashing this all over the news papers, and on your trouser legs instead… and lets not forget that Woman always go to the toilet in pairs… how many so called men do that… cuming back to common sense, here is a line from a friends song : Well it does not take much to start a war, and the crowd will cheer, what ever it’s for…

  • Is it possible that some percentage of transgender-ism is a result of overpopulation, in that spiritforms are reincarnating prematurely?

  • In the case of Chelsea Manning I would assume Bradley Manning was tortured so badly that it changed his whole personality. Perhaps he thought they would go easier on him if he was a woman? So is that what is happening to other trans type people? Tortured into a personality change?

    • Salome Sheila,

      All I can think of is that some have experienced some diabolical things in life, either being the recipient of them or witnessing them and they don’t want to be the cause (lets just assume that we are talking mainly about males here) NOR the effect (lets just assume that we are talking mainly about females here) but the best one to be would be the one that has no chance of becoming the main cause of these experiences. And then there is delusional imaginings and fantasies, possibly helped along by certain so-called entertainment in it’s many forms.
      Confused thoughts, feelings and actions abound!

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