Unisex Restrooms Discriminate Against Women (And You’re A Ranting Bigot If You Notice)

April 6, 2017

The male imperative to insert the bepenised population into women’s restrooms, along with every other women’s space (changing rooms, sports programs, penal institutions, homeless shelters, reproductive health centers, lesbian events) is the “civil rights issue of our time”, apparently, because such carve-outs for women in public life cruelly oppress and dehumanize penis-owners (by excluding them and hurting their feelings) all because of a misunderstood little millennia of institutionalized sexual violence and terrorism against females by males, which has resulted in the offensive and erroneous profiling of males as dangerous, when they simply insist that women have the decency to pretend that such a campaign is not ongoing and that we implement no strategy to defend ourselves.

Declaring female turf: space that women can freely occupy, troubles the tradition that female human beings are themselves ground, the substrate that exists for males to trod upon.

This cruel and baseless female affront to male humanity (and their very existence) played out genocidally (if male egos were the definition of humanity and hurting them were murder) in a comedically humorous fashion when a female human being complained publicly about the impact of a UK theatre’s “Gender Neutral” restroom policy. The horror. Oh, the horror.

The Barbican Centre is a London multiplex of culture: hosting musical, theatrical, art and cinematic product. “The largest of its kind in Europe”.

A few months ago, the Barbican realized that having restrooms for women were offensive to male patrons and imposed on male rights to access all areas. “Civil rights issue of our time” and all. Although the number of female restrooms were already substandard and inadequate, as evidenced by the number of women forced to wait in line, the Centre made a decision to be on the right side of history. They put signs up on the cinema restrooms declaring the male restroom “Gender Neutral. Urinals.” And the female restroom “Gender Neutral. Stalls.” What else could they do? Good progressives must make a stand against the oppression caused by female individuals and their crazy misandrist demands for special accommodations.

Well gosh. Who on earth could have predicted that for some inexplicable reason, women continued not using the male urinals? And that men took over the female restroom? And that men now dominated both the formerly female and male restrooms? Crazy.

This apparently went on for months, with women doing what women are supposed to do: keep their mouths shut and abide. For the Gender Neutral folks (special souls!), For the better good! For the Civil Rights Movement Of Our Time! Hold your piss ladies! Your civic duty!

It finally went sour when a single woman- BBC journalist Samira Ahmed, 2009 Stonewall Broadcast of The Year Award winner for her reports on corrective rape of lesbians in South Africa, announced that the emperor had no clothes, when she posted seven tweets over three hours [https://twitter.com/SamiraAhmedUK/status/849338626202886144] that read as follows:

 

These sensible and moderate complaints resulted in three media reports at the time of publication:

  1. The Times UK reported that Ahmed “launched a tirade” and went on to speculate that her tweets “were likely to refer to the debate over the use of women’s lavatories by transgender people”. Because god. Everyone is starved to hear “bullshit!” called on “trans”. Read their coverage here:

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/women-queue-up-to-condemn-arts-centres-unisex-lavatories-jq9mswjsp

Or here:

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2. Benjamin Butterworth at Pink News titled his piece on Ahmed’s seven tweets:

‘BBC News Host Has Three Hour Rant At Venue’s Gender Neutral Toilets’.

The bolded portions below have since been deleted.

By Benjamin Butterworth A Radio 4 presenter has lashed out at gender neutral toilets introduced at a popular London performance venue.

Samira Ahmed, presenter of BBC shows Front Row and Newswatch, launched into an angry Twitter attack after the Barbican changed its toilet signs.

She wrote: “So dear Barbican Centre bosses, listen to your customers. “Women [have enough] trouble with queues without you imposing your politics.

“Or just turn the gents into gender-neutral loos. There’s never such a queue there and you know it. Thank you.”

The angry rant, which lasted almost three hours, is likely to exasperate the debate over the use of women’s lavatories by transgender people.

She complained that one of the bathrooms was “full of men”, writing: “Women’s loo labelled ‘gender neutral’ so full of men who also have a ‘urinal’ to themselves. Totally ridiculous.”

Ahmed went on: “Give us back women’s loos for all women.

“Why do women lose our space to men!? All women can use ladies loos. This isn’t the USA.”

Donald Trump recently overturned a rule designed to protect transgender young people, allowing them to use the bathroom they identify with.

The Barbican has since responded to her complaints, writing online: “We introduced the gender-neutral toilets in part of the centre as part of our commitment to welcoming all and creating a supportive and tolerant space,” a spokesman for the centre said.

“We welcome all your feedback about the new system as we look to ensure an outstanding audience experience for all.”

Rebecca Stinson, head of trans inclusion at Stonewall, told The Times: “It’s really encouraging that more businesses want to help trans people feel safe and welcome.

“However, before making this move, businesses must research the best way to make a space fully inclusive and communicate the importance of inclusion clearly with staff.

“Other easy steps include . . . ensuring that trans people know they are welcome to use the facilities they find most appropriate.”

PinkNews has contacted the BBC for comment.

The online rants comes [sic] after another Radio 4 presenter, Dame Jenni Murray, was widely condemned by trans activists for writing the trans women are not “real women”.

The Woman’s Hour host and feminist wrote in the Sunday Times Magazine that trans women can never be “real women” because they could experience male privilege before they transition.

The BBC failed to discipline the veteran broadcaster, but issued a statement saying: “Jenni Murray is a freelance journalist and these were her own views, however we have reminded her that presenters should remain impartial on controversial topics covered by their BBC programmes.”

She goes on to criticise comments made by trans broadcaster India Willoughby, who after becoming the first trans woman to co-host Loose Women, appeared on Woman’s Hour in December.”

Benjamin Butterworth’s Pink News Report was edited hours later. He retitled his post. He removed his falsified claim characterizing seven tweets as a “three-hour rant”, and the phrase “lashing out” and added a sentence calling the brutal corrective rape against lesbians in South Africa as “so-called corrective rape”. HOLY SHIT. Changes in Bold:

BBC News host tweets for three hours about venue’s gender neutral toilets

A BBC News presenter has posted a series of tweets about gender neutral toilets introduced at a popular London performance venue.

Samira Ahmed, presenter of BBC shows Front Row and Newswatch, launched into a Twitter tirade after the Barbican changed its toilet signs.

She wrote: “So dear Barbican Centre bosses, listen to your customers.

“Women [have enough] trouble with queues without you imposing your politics.

“Or just turn the gents into gender-neutral loos. There’s never such a queue there and you know it. Thank you.”

The Tweets, which were posted over almost three hours, come as the debate about gendered toilets continues to grow.

She wrote that one of the bathrooms was “full of men”, writing: “Women’s loo labelled ‘gender neutral’ so full of men who also have a ‘urinal’ to themselves. Totally ridiculous.”

Ahmed went on: “Give us back women’s loos for all women.

“Why do women lose our space to men!? All women can use ladies loos. This isn’t the USA.”

Donald Trump recently overturned a rule designed to protect transgender young people, allowing them to use the bathroom they identify with.

The Barbican has since responded to her complaints, writing online: “We introduced the gender-neutral toilets in part of the centre as part of our commitment to welcoming all and creating a supportive and tolerant space,” a spokesman for the centre said.

“We welcome all your feedback about the new system as we look to ensure an outstanding audience experience for all.”

Although the BBC anchor’s nearest bathrooms were gender neutral, the Barbican has many gendered bathrooms should someone wish to use an alternative.[*]

Rebecca Stinson, head of trans inclusion at Stonewall, told The Times: “It’s really encouraging that more businesses want to help trans people feel safe and welcome.

“However, before making this move, businesses must research the best way to make a space fully inclusive and communicate the importance of inclusion clearly with staff.

“Other easy steps include . . . ensuring that trans people know they are welcome to use the facilities they find most appropriate.”

Ms Ahmed previously won an award from Stonewall for her investigation into so-called ‘corrective rape’.

The BBC declined to comment on the presenter’s comments.

The online rants comes after another Radio 4 presenter, Dame Jenni Murray, was widely condemned by trans activists for writing trans women are not “real women”.

The Woman’s Hour host and feminist wrote in the Sunday Times Magazine that trans women can never be “real women” because they could experience male privilege before they transition.

The BBC failed to discipline the veteran broadcaster, but issued a statement saying: “Jenni Murray is a freelance journalist and these were her own views, however we have reminded her that presenters should remain impartial on controversial topics covered by their BBC programmes.”

She went on to criticise comments made by trans broadcaster India Willoughby, who after becoming the first trans woman to co-host Loose Women, appeared on Woman’s Hour in December.

[* The alternate restrooms were located on the basement level]

Pink News “So Called” Corrective Rape

If you want to see more about Ahmed’s report on what Pink News calls the “so called” (WHAT THE FUCKKKKK??!!!) corrective rape of lesbians, click here: http://www.samiraahmed.co.uk/featured-videos/

….

Rebecca Stinson, head of trans inclusion at Stonewall who was quoted in both articles, penned a piece two years ago titled “I’m a TransWoman And I Don’t Want Gender Neutral Toilets”.

In that piece he opined that forcing himself into female restrooms, although it caused women distress, was his way of affirming his identity. He suggested that women who feared him should be “Ejected from the loo” and forced to use a “gender bigot toilet”. “I’m not going anywhere. I’m a trans woman and I am more than happy to piss wherever there’s a girl on the door,” he states. Read his post here:

http://thetab.com/uk/northumbria/2015/03/24/im-a-trans-woman-and-i-dont-want-gender-neutral-toilets-7359

Stinson now lobbies on behalf of @StonewallUK for removal of sex as a protected legal category for women, placement of male convicts in women’s prisons, and for “Gender Neutral” changing rooms and the replacement of women’s sports with “Gender Neutral” sports:  http://www.stonewall.org.uk/sites/default/files/stw-vision-for-change-2017.pdf He also blogs at http://transactiongirl.blogspot.com where he says readers can “Feel free to enjoy my intellectual nourishment all day long”.

 

Rebecca Stinson of Stonewall UK

The third media report was a direct interview with BBC’s Vanessa Feltz, who suggests women should suck it up. Samira suggests there’s reasonable grounds for a sex discrimination suit.

Listen here at 1:35

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04xf5n9

 

38 Responses to “Unisex Restrooms Discriminate Against Women (And You’re A Ranting Bigot If You Notice)”

  1. GallusMag Says:

    Jesus. A third re-write by crazy ass Pink News. I’ll bold the revisions:

    BBC News host tweets for three hours about venue’s gender neutral toilets
    Benjamin Butterworth 6th April 2017, 10:53 AM

    A BBC News presenter has posted a series of tweets about gender neutral toilets introduced at a popular London performance venue.
    Samira Ahmed, presenter of BBC shows Front Row and Newswatch, launched into a Twitter tirade after noticing gender-neutral toilets in London’s Barbican complex.

    The Barbican, which has dozens of sets of gendered toilets across its complex, had introduced one single set of gender-neutral toilets in the basement cinema several months ago, bearing the signs ‘toilets with cubicles’ and ‘toilets with urinals and cubicles’.
    Ms Ahmed
    wrote: “So dear Barbican Centre bosses, listen to your customers.
    “Women [have enough] trouble with queues without you imposing your politics.

    “Or just turn the gents into gender-neutral loos. There’s never such a queue there and you know it. Thank you.”

    The Tweets, which were posted over almost three hours, come as the debate about gendered toilets continues to grow.

    She wrote that one of the bathrooms was “full of men”, writing: “Women’s loo labelled ‘gender neutral’ so full of men who also have a ‘urinal’ to themselves. Totally ridiculous.”
    Ahmed went on: “Give us back women’s loos for all women.
    “Why do women lose our space to men!? All women can use ladies loos. This isn’t the USA.”

    Donald Trump recently overturned a rule designed to protect transgender young people, allowing them to use the bathroom they identify with.
    The Barbican has since responded to her complaints, writing online: “We introduced the gender-neutral toilets in part of the centre as part of our commitment to welcoming all and creating a supportive and tolerant space,” a spokesman for the centre said.
    “We welcome all your feedback about the new system as we look to ensure an outstanding audience experience for all.”

    Although the BBC anchor’s nearest bathrooms were gender neutral, the Barbican has many gendered bathrooms should someone wish to use an alternative.

    Rebecca Stinson, head of trans inclusion at Stonewall, told The Times: “It’s really encouraging that more businesses want to help trans people feel safe and welcome.
    “However, before making this move, businesses must research the best way to make a space fully inclusive and communicate the importance of inclusion clearly with staff.
    “Other easy steps include . . . ensuring that trans people know they are welcome to use the facilities they find most appropriate.”

    Ms Ahmed previously won an award from Stonewall for her investigation into ‘corrective rape’.

    Ms Ahmed and the BBC declined to comment on the comments.

    The comments come after another Radio 4 presenter, Dame Jenni Murray, was widely condemned by trans activists for writing trans women are not “real women”.

    The Woman’s Hour host and feminist wrote in the Sunday Times Magazine that trans women can never be “real women” because they could experience male privilege before they transition.

    The BBC declined to disavow the comments of the veteran broadcaster, but issued a statement saying: “Jenni Murray is a freelance journalist and these were her own views, however we have reminded her that presenters should remain impartial on controversial topics covered by their BBC programs.”

    She went on to criticise comments made by trans broadcaster India Willoughby, who after becoming the first trans woman to co-host Loose Women, appeared on Woman’s Hour in December.

  2. GallusMag Says:

    Archiving:

    http://www.gaytimes.co.uk/news/68277/bbc-news-presenter-hits-venues-gender-neutral-toilets/

    BBC News presenter hits out at venue’s gender-neutral toilets
    12:27 6th April 2017 by Daniel Megarryfacebooktwitteremailwhatsapp
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    The decision to introduce gender-neutral toilets at a London arts centre has caused controversy.

    Journalist and presenter Samira Ahmed, who works on BBC shows Front Row and Newswatch, took to Twitter this week to criticise the Barbican Centre for changing its toilet signs to become gender-neutral.

    She wrote: “Dear Barbican Centre women’s loos labelled ‘gender neutral’ so full of men who ALSO have a ‘urinal’ to themselves. Totally ridiculous. Give us back women’s loos for ALL women.

    “Why do women lose our space to men!? All women can use ladies loos. This isn’t the USA.”

    Samira continued to share her views on the topic three hours later, explaining that she talked to staff at the venue who agreed with her that making the toilets gender-neutral was a “mistake”.

    She added: “Listen to your customers. Women have enough trouble with [queues] without you imposing your politics. Or just turn the gents into gender neutral loos. There’s NEVER a queue there & you know it.

    “Ah the irony of having to explain discrimination having just been to see I Am Not Your Negro IN YOUR CINEMA.”

    Rebecca Stinson, head of trans inclusion at Stonewall, told The Times: “It’s really encouraging that more businesses want to help trans people feel safe and welcome.

    “However, before making this move, business must research the best way to make a space fully inclusive and communicate the importance of inclusion clearly with staff.

    “Other easy steps include… ensuring that trans people know they are welcome to use the facilities they find most appropriate.”

  3. GallusMag Says:

    If you ever want to know where lesbians stand with “LGBT” there you have it. “so called” corrective rape. Holy shit.

    • kesher Says:

      At least that piece of shit removed “so-called” in the third edit, but what men say about women in the outset, before editing, when they’re pissed off that their penis rights don’t, in fact, rule the world, that’s what they actually think. For my part, anytime the issue of discrimination or violence against men, regardless of how they identify, comes up, I’ll be sure to add “so called” to any commentary I add.

      • GallusMag Says:

        I’m speechless. This is one of those “self care” moments where I have to keep myself from reeling into despair over rapist (gay?) men like Benjamin who so blatantly lobby for atrocities against women for no reason whatsoever.

      • Oak and Ash Says:

        Somebody probably told the jerk that his comment about “so-called corrective rape” wasn’t a good look for Pink News. Men, both trans and standard issue, seem to be using the genderist philosophy to accuse women, whether lesbian or straight, who refuse men of engaging in violent bigotry–by interfering with their gender expression or something. (I keep going back to, “When people show you who they are, believe them.”)

        But editing Stinson’s line in my mind to read “Feel free to enjoy my so-called intellectual nourishment all day long” did make me feel a little better.


  4. My apologies for gushing about your writing instead of commenting on the content of the post, but Gallus Mag, your writing is FANTASTIC. Virtuosic, even! You tell the truth better than most anyone. THANK YOU.

  5. lovetruthcourage Says:

    How blatantly misogynistic on so many levels — the new policy, the articles and commentary. Obviously, these “liberal” men hate women. Only Samira Ahmed makes any sense. And that “Jessica” young man is a smirking creeper. I won’t be surprised if he makes the police blotter.

  6. IronBatMaiden Says:

    The gaslighting is strong with this dickhead.

  7. CKDexterHaven Says:

    Given that the queues for the men’s toilets would have been so much smaller, one has to wonder why so many men were opting to use the women’s.

    I don’t agree with the unisex single stall option either, unless separate male and female facilities are also available. Not only have unisex toilets been absolutely disgusting on the few occasions I’ve been forced to use them, but too many men use them to plant hidden cameras. Wasn’t there also a delightful MTT, mentioned on this site, who liked to wipe his dried cum on the toilet paper and then watch women use the same cubicle? Far be it from me to keep him from becoming his authentic self but …


  8. I’ve accidentally walked into men’s toilets a couple of times when they’ve been badly signed and I get why they want to use our toilets so badly. Men are filthy.
    A new railway station was built in the city where I live about eight years ago. They installed unisex single cubicle toilets. That lasted about a year and then one day three were marked women’s and three men’s.

  9. anywoman2 Says:

    That’s him?? Tell me that is not a joke. Some kid is wanting to re-write stonewalls history? Why are these nutcases being given a platform in the gay community? Most of them are not even gay and even violently homophobic.

  10. katiesan Says:

    This is all so very horrible.

    I will counter with humor. “Rebecca” Stinson? That’s a MAN, baby!

  11. Oak and Ash Says:

    And isn’t Samira Ahmed pro-trans? Her tweet about all women welcome in the women’s room seems to indicate she doesn’t have a problem with transwomen using the same facility, so I can’t come up with any motive for attacking her besides straight-up misogyny.

    Here’s what I fail to understand about the whole trans bathroom business: Transwomen say they can’t go into the men’s room because they will be immediately set upon by gangs of transphobic men and murdered, but they have no problem setting up the rules so that any man can walk into the women’s room without being questioned. Why is it that men are only a danger to them in the men’s room, but not the women’s room? Do they think there’s some sort of fuzzy pink peace beam there that transmogrifies violent male tendencies?

    Or are they assuming women will protect them? Given the size of some of these guys, that’s like a Great Pyrenees dog trying to hide behind a Pomeranian.

    • GallusMag Says:

      Yes, Ahmed is pro-trans. Can’t win with these men.

    • LC Says:

      It was never about safety. Reading this, it’s apparently not even about validation. Women had something, men took it.

      • GallusMag Says:

        “It was never about safety.” Nope. Paris Lees did his usual nebulous chastising non-take on the issue (where he never addresses the actual problem nor offers any solutions).
        http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/04/06/nothing-fear-gender-neutral-toilets-barbican-just-badly/
        He does take the time to point out that he, of course, wouldn’t use such a non-affirming unlaydee thing as a gender neutral loo:
        “While I don’t use gender neutral toilets myself, they are very important to transgender people who don’t identify as men or women – who often fear being attacked if they use either gender’s loos.”
        Apparently Lee’s ladybrain protects him from the tidal wave of bathroom violence against transgender people that surely exists (although completely undocumented).

      • Oak and Ash Says:

        I was clear on the concept of it having little to do with safety, but I’d really like to hear the transcult’s take on why transwomen need to fear men in the men’s room but women don’t need to fear men in the women’s room.

        It just occurred to me–perhaps, transwomen, being men, assume men will be angry at either a woman or a man with a feminine appearance invading their territory and see it as some kind of challenge to their masculinity, thus triggering an assault, while women are more concerned about men deliberately entering their space to take advantage of them. In other words, men worry primarily about other men’s reflexive/defensive violence, while women worry more about men’s predatory violence. In that light, it makes sense for a transwoman to flee to the women’s room for what he thinks will be “safety,” since he doesn’t believe women will (or should) defend their space the way men do, and he’s probably never had to think much about men’s predatory violence, so he doesn’t expect men to come in and harm him as long as he stays off of their turf.

        That would also explain why, as opposed to the situation at the Barbican, so many places and events seem to make the women’s room an all gender or gender neutral restroom and leave the men’s room for males only. They know men are much more likely to react with hostility at what they see as the loss of sovereign male space and they expect women to welcome everybody, or at least not make a fuss, which is probably Samira Ahmed’s real offense in most people’s eyes.

        Good old Paris! “While I don’t use gender neutral toilets myself, they are very important to transgender people who don’t identify as men or women – who often fear being attacked if they use either gender’s loos.”

        That line me of the couple a few posts back who “can’t” get married for lack of a special box to check. I’m imagining a non-binary/genderqueer/agender person standing outside two perfectly good single restrooms saying, “But neither of these symbols matches my special inner identity!”

        And don’t get me started on the people who claim it’s cissexist not to have urinals in the women’s room and canisters for the disposal of sanitary products in the men’s!

      • GallusMag Says:

        Very interesting analysis.

      • kesher Says:

        “so he doesn’t expect men to come in and harm him as long as he stays off of their turf.”

        Ironically, one of the only man-on-M2T bathroom assaults I’ve seen involved a man who took issue with an M2T using the *women’s* restroom. M2Ts are discounting the likelihood of men attacking them to “protect” us, and I doubt it’s never crossed any of their minds, but, again, access to our spaces has nothing to do with safety.

      • Oak and Ash Says:

        https://notthenewsinbriefs.wordpress.com/2017/04/11/the-thing-about-toilets/

        Here’s an article about restrooms that gives examples of women’s restrooms being turned into “all gender” facilities while men get to keep their own.

    • kesher Says:

      I think they’re hoping men will perv on/attack the real women and not them. And they have good reason to expect that. Men commit sexually motivated assaults against other men far less frequently.

  12. Dogtowner Says:

    Excellent piece and I have a suggestion for women who object to this idiocy: Unless you have absolutely no choice, boycott these institutions and let them know why. If I go into any place — restaurant, library, theatre, etc — and the sign says gender-neutral toilets (toilets with multiple stalls), I will simply never go there again and make my objection both in person and in writing.

  13. Bev Jo Says:

    Thank you so much for this, Gallus Mag. You are brilliant, as always.

    Samira Ahmed, even if not against trans, is endangering her life by protesting. If only all women with influence would.

    Fay Weldon saying “….that many men do not treat the issue as a serious business and transition to the female sex because it is easier to be a woman in today’s society,” must not realize it’s only easier if the “woman” is a man.

    The restroom issue brings up so much. Many of my friends are chronically ill and going into public is stressful enough as it is. One result of no safe restrooms for women will mean that a lot more women won’t be able to or feel safe to be in public. Yet again men are restricting women’s lives, which is what the bullying is all about anyway.

  14. GallusMag Says:

    http://www.wbtv.com/story/35089542/cpcc-student-reports-man-in-womens-bathroom-school-says-its-not-a-crime

    “CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) –
    A Central Piedmont Community College student was shocked to find a man in the women’s bathroom allegedly trying to take her picture under a stall door. She was equally shocked, she said, when she reported the incident to police and they told her what happened was not a crime.

    Catherine Barker said she was in a stall in the first-floor women’s bathroom in the Belk Building on CPCC’s Central Campus when she suddenly noticed something that didn’t feel right.

    “I noticed a person come through the vertical crack in the bathroom stall and then bend down, so I jumped up and went out the door and they were headed out the bathroom and I said ‘you look for somebody?’ and the guy started fumbling and mumbling with his phone and trying to get his phone away so I blocked him from the door so he wouldn’t get out,” Barker recalled days later in an interview with WBTV.

    Barker said she grabbed the man’s phone and, eventually, led him to a campus security officer to report the incident.

    But she said campus security officers told her there was nothing they could do.

    “They said that there’s no proof that he has any pictures so they can’t do anything to him,” she said she was told by campus security officers.

    Under North Carolina law, it is criminal trespassing for a man to be in a women’s bathroom. That point was highlighted last week by Republican lawmakers in the debate over whether to repeal House Bill 2. During that debate, lawmakers pointed to a number of laws that sought to protect women from encountering men in multiple-occupancy bathrooms.

    But an incident report provided by CPCC Security shows the incident was classified as a “Student code of conduct violation,” not as a violation of any law.”

    • hearthrising Says:

      This burns me up. They had a sexual predator right there and instead of calling the police they let him go. The police should have seized his cell and his home computer, checked his records for priors, and fingerprinted him for unsolved cases of assault. Who knows how many women he photographed, and also how many other women complained to campus security, since apparently those kinds of complaints are not being reported.

    • kesher Says:

      Goes to show that trans advocates are completely and utterly full of shit when they tell women to report men who perv on or assault us in women’s spaces. M2Ts are pathetic men and are therefore harmless by definition, which means any woman who accuses one of malfeasance is a filthy liar.

  15. genderskeptics Says:

    Making ONLY the women’s room “all gender” seems like a pretty clear cut case of discrimination. When men lose their spaces they won’t like it, where will they “locker room talk” like the president?

    • Oak and Ash Says:

      The thing is, I don’t think men will lose their spaces to any great extent. Look at the Green Party’s comments last year about males and non-males–which is equivalent to those restrooms labeled “men” and “everyone else”. Supposed gender fluidity is becoming just another way to throw women into the “other” category, along with transwomen, transmen, genderqueer, non-binary folks, and anybody else society doesn’t consider as good as men.

      All these people who think they can identify their way out of patriarchy with their special snowflake labels and their demands for gender neutral restrooms are actually supporting the system they say they want to change, because claiming biological sex is a social construct doesn’t eradicate sexism anymore than claiming not to see race eradicates racism. It merely reduces people’s ability to speak about their axis of oppression, which works beautifully to uphold the status quo.

      You only have to google the aptly-named “gender reveal cakes”–because they DO reveal the horrors of gender!–to see how little progress we’ve made. To save people the trouble, here are typical examples: “Guns or Glitter?” “Rifles or Ruffles?” “Tractors or Tiaras?” This fits perfectly with trans ideology, as in “My little boy prefers glitter, ruffles, and tiaras, so he must really be a girl!” (I’d like to see someone courageous enough to write “Ovaries or Testicles?” on a cake.)

  16. Milliemeter Says:

    This is some really messed up stuff. It’s amazing how some of these guys, get into a trusted positions, just so they can commit their evil deeds. And all of them are hetrosexual. These freaks value no one but them selves, and will hurt, harm, or kill anyone who gets in their way.

    May God have no mercy on their souls!

  17. Ellesar Says:

    I was in the Barbican a few months ago and used those toilets. I am a bio woman btw. It wasn’t a problem, the toilets didn’t stink and no man intimidated me with their penis.

  18. May Loo Says:

    I’m in Canada and the only ‘gender neutral’ washrooms I’ve ever been in were single occupancy. I’m okay with that, but if what you’re talking about are ones with multiple stalls where anyone can wander in, then I don’t support. And I don’t care if the stall has a door!

  19. Deep Thinking Says:

    Maybe I’m being too charitible, but I think “so-called” was meant to apply (solely) to “corrective”, not to “rape” i.e. “rape that is called corrective”.


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