Tranny complains about having to pee next to a dude

Like a black-shirted Antifa thug complaining about ?fascism? while they violently stomp on anyone who holds a different opinion, self-awareness doesn?t seem to be the strongest trait of the ?woke? left. If actual women have the temerity to complain about some strapping lad in a dress whipping out his todger next to them in the Ladies?, why that?s the most intolerant bigotry since the good ol? boys slipped on the white sheets.

But when some weirdo in a dress bumps into another bloke in the girls? dunny, suddenly they get their well-packed panties in a bunch. Quote:

A transgender woman was bothered enough by the experience to complain about it on Facebook Monday. In a private community group for the town of Franklin, Massachusetts, Daniel Goes posted what she said was an image of a male McDonald?s employee cleaning while she was relieving herself. End of quote.

He?s just a bloke who knows he?s a bloke, and he?s just doing his job. What?s your excuse, fella? Quote:

Goes said the man?s presence made her ?super uncomfortable? and defeated the whole purpose of her using the women?s room, which was that it makes her ?feel safer.? End of quote.

If you thought for a moment that this cock-in-a-frock might use the experience to reflect on how he makes actual women feel, think again. Like most trannie activists it?s all about him and his precious feelings. Women, be damned. Quote:

?Am I over reacting or is that messed up?? she asked her fellow All About Franklin Mass users?Apparently feeling empowered, Does added: ?he could hear me peeing it made me very anxious.?

?In what may have been a subtle troll, one man responded simply: ?Its unnatural [sic].?

Restroom access has been part of a national, as well as global, culture war over transgender rights, which includes social institutions from sports to the military to prisons. Liberals argue that transgender rights are human rights, while conservatives warn of a threat to values and the safety of women and children.

Massachusetts is among a number of states that have passed anti-discrimination laws enshrining transgender people?s restroom rights. Other states are considering legislation that would outlaw people from using restrooms that do not correspond with their biological sex. End of quote.

pluralist.com


Here?s a thought: let?s see these activists put their money where their mouths are. Make all dunnies, showers and change rooms unisex. Eliminate ?gender segregation? entirely. It?s all just a social construct, anyway.

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