Liberals always seem to support any bit of depravity when it doesn’t affect them but the yell bloody murder when it does.
Kristen Quintrall Lavin runs a blog called, “The Get Real Mom,” in which she exposes the harsh realities of what she calls, “momming.” However, on a recent trip to Disneyland with her young son, Lavin, she was exposed to another harsh reality — the reality of bathroom stalking, which made her question her progressive liberal views on the bathroom debate.
Translation: I was for it but then it affected me. A liberal is a person who thinks political correctness is supreme. A conservative is someone who was forced to live under political correctness. This mother just changed teams. Of course the transition won’t be complete until a group of male refugees rape her son. Liberals will go for about anything as long as it doesn’t land in their backyard.
Then, all of that changed when she was at Disneyland with her friend, her son, and her friend’s son.
“I went to the bathroom while she watched our boys in their strollers, and then I did the same.” Lavin wrote.
That is when a “very large, burly man in a Lakers Jersey” walked into the bathroom and leaned against the wall. Lavin spoke about seeing about 12 other women and children just staring at the man, wondering what he was doing in the women’s room and that their collective silence is what caused her to tell her story.
Lavin described how the man knew the women wouldn’t say anything about his presence, because they had been “culturally bullied” into silence. The fear of being non-politically correct was more overwhelming than the very real danger of a man casually eyeing them in an intimate environment, when women literally have their pants down.
She wrote that the man eventually started walking past each stall. “You know, the stalls that have 1 inch gaps by all the door hinges so you can most definitely see everyone with their pants around their ankles.” His perversion had been given a license, and every single woman in that restroom felt powerless to challenge him.