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This is why I disagree with unisex bathrooms
September 30, 2017
4:28 pm
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Nesaie
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http://www.bellinghamherald.co.....55641.html

This is a local article about a local park, where a man set up a camera to watch women shower in a unisex area.  I think we're going to see more of these articles since the federal law came in.

I don't see why the majority of people should bow down to the minority who don't know what their gender is.  As a female, I would feel very very uncomfortable in a changing room at a pool or gym if a man came in.  Maybe if I was a guy, I wouldn't feel the same.  But, I'm not a guy.  I actually know what my gender is.

It some respects it seems to me that there are people out there who want to get rid of traditional American values.  It may be a conspiracy.  I don't know.

I see stories about children who think they're not the gender they were born...Then they want sex change operations before they even went through puberty.  It seems to be encouraged in countries like the UK and Australia.  I see this as wrong.  Then, that is being used as an excuse to let jerks like this one into women's restrooms or these so called "unisex" showers.

Personally, I don't even like undressing in front of other women, let alone if a guy was there.  I'm pretty modest.  I don't think it's right to make people like me accept deviants...

Such a society would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values. Soon it will be possible to assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen... - Zbigniew Brezhinsky

October 1, 2017
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You are right about a conspiracy against traditional values, we see it every day. Bad enough we all have to put up with it, but it is being forced by liberals who enact and mandate, certain things be taught to young kids in schools, that conflict with parents rights of how, when, and where to teach certain things. It also conflicts with religious views and beliefs. We are at a point when certain basic rights are at odds with each other. choice is taken away from us, when you want your child guided by parents thru conflicting feelings, when a school is on the other side preaching things against your beliefs and religion are normal and OK.  They program how your child should think about so called alternative lifestyles, when parents do not want that path for them. 

There is a huge movement against traditional Christian/Judeo beliefs by liberal agendas and social issues that do not fit into these beliefs, so the only way to justify them is by persecution of those beliefs. We see it everyday labeling religions as teaching hate, rather than what a person should regard as sins. The atheist movement would love nothing more than to strip us all of religion. Lets face it most controversial social things align a lot more with atheism then religion. So public schools where separation of church and state is the law, would be siding more to atheist agendas.   They must be void of religious influence so the atheists win.  

October 1, 2017
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It's not just religion, it's straight up morality.  The unisex bathrooms allow sickos to film women with their phones.  I don't see women going to a man's bathroom/shower filming them.

If I had a child today, I would home school.  I would be very leery of the changing rooms at a pool.  Regardless if the child was a boy or a girl.  There are men that pray on little boys as well.

I see articles coming out like a little girl who got in trouble for calling a boy his given name.  They had gone to school the year before and knew each other.  Over the summer, the little boy decided he felt like a girl and chose a girl's name for himself.  The little girl didn't know.  So, she is the one in trouble...This is so backwards!  Children of that age are too young to say they're a different gender.

Years ago, if a girl wanted to play with cars and climb trees, she was a "tom boy".  I was like that as a kid.  But, I've always been a girl.  I had older brothers and preferred their toys to dolls.  I'm sure its the same for younger boys to play with other sister's toys too.  That doesn't men they're a girl inside.

It reminds me of that white chick in Spokane who pretended she was black.  When she was caught, she said she "identified" as black.  Sorry...If I identify as a bird, it doesn't mean I can fly!

Such a society would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values. Soon it will be possible to assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen... - Zbigniew Brezhinsky

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