• April 20, 2024

Why Forcing Girls To Share A Bathroom With A Gender Confused Boy Is Nothing But Abuse

This is a correct assessment that making kids accept this when they do not understand is abuse. Read what Matt Walsh has to say about this new disturbing trend in American schools on how trans kids are being forced onto us all.

Get ready, folks. There are going to be a lot of stories like this over the next few months.

Lila Perry is a teenage boy at Hillsboro High School in Missouri. Apparently, he was a gay male until about ninth grade, at which point he decided he was actually a straight female. This is the sort of “revelation” that, in saner times, would land the confused young man in rigorous psychological and spiritual counseling. But these are not sane times, so instead it landed him in the girls’ locker room.

The school initially offered Perry access to a private unisex facility, but that wasn’t sufficient. Perry didn’t want to be in his anatomically correct bathroom, nor did he want to be in a gender-neutral bathroom. No, he wanted to be in the girls’ bathroom. That’s what he wanted, and because he belongs to a Protected Class, that’s exactly what he got.

Of course, lost in this discussion of what one dude wants is the small, technical matter of what everyone else wants. As far as that goes, many of his female classmates are, shockingly, rather uncomfortable changing in front of a boy, even if the boy wears a skirt and a wig. Hundreds of students staged a protest at the school this week, insisting that girls — real girls, I mean — deserve a private and safe place to undress or relieve themselves.

But they’re out of luck, it seems. The administration sided with one entitled boy at the expense of every female in the school. Perry ultimately decided to drop his gym class, meaning he won’t need the locker room, but still plans to use the girls’ bathroom whenever he feels like it. He has no sympathy at all for his classmates who might be wary about sharing a bathroom with a member of the opposite sex. Taunting the girls on TV, he impugned their integrity and accused them of bigotry:

They are claiming that they’re uncomfortable. I don’t believe for a second that they are. I think this is pure and simple bigotry. I wasn’t hurting anyone and I didn’t want to feel segregated out.

Someone should probably tell this kid that “segregation” is, quite literally, the whole entire point of a locker room. They are designed to separate the penises from the vaginas. That’s why they exist. If we’re striving for desegregated locker rooms, we really don’t need them at all. The girls already have lockers out in the hallway, don’t they? Just have them change out there, in that case. Hell, their feelings don’t register, right? In Perry’s mind, only Perry’s emotions matter.

Read more at The Blaze 

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