This whole thing with the bathrooms and the transgender is something that I had hoped would have gone away years ago.
Now, it seems that we are dealing with this on a permanent basis and it’s disgusting to be perfectly honest with you. Whenever my wife of either of my daughters goes into a public restroom, I now feel compelled to stand outside because there might be some guy in a wig in there saying he’s a woman.
What we are doing with this is just opening up women to attacks by letting people literally lie in wait..
On Monday, the Supreme Court declined to listen to a case brought forth by Oregon parents who wanted a ruling to be overturned that allowed students to use bathrooms aligning with the gender they identify with, not the one they were born with, according to NBC news.
I’m a very opinionated person. I know what I believe and why I believe it. I’m proud of what I believe and am always open to sharing my beliefs with others. When it comes to the topic of homosexuality, for the most part, I steer clear in my writing. It isn’t because I don’t want people to know what I believe, but simply because sometimes intentions or ideas can come across incorrectly over text.
When it comes to children and homosexuality, however, that’s something that I’m not afraid to write about. I am a firm believer that children shouldn’t make decisions about changing their gender, and parents shouldn’t encourage or aid in those ideas while kids are under the age of 18. When you turn 18, you are legally an adult and are able to make decisions that will affect you for the rest of your life.
The idea of transgender people- kids or adults, using bathrooms opposite their gender, has never been okay with me. If adults want to change their gender, that is their right, but they shouldn’t expect people to just adapt their beliefs to fit theirs. And kids should not have to be impacted.
The issue goes deeper than just a person using a different bathroom than what’s normal. The problem is the other people that use those bathrooms as well. If a ninth grade girl doesn’t feel comfortable using the same bathroom as an eleventh grade boy dressed like a girl, she shouldn’t have to. If someone chooses to change their gender and physically alter their body, that’s on them.
They are choosing to deviate from normal life, but expecting others to conform to that and change their lives to accommodate is too much.