Transgender bathroom policy gets frightening at a public restroom in Disneyland.
Democrats and the LGBTQ community insist that the transgender bathroom policy is simply a way to remove discrimination for those who view themselves differently from what biology suggests. Unfortunately, the reality behind this policy opens the door to men who do NOT identify as a woman or have anything to do with the word transgender.
Now with this stigmatism surrounding the topic, the line has become blurred between political correctness and avoiding a dangerous situation. Woman are literally afraid to tell someone who is clearly a pervert, not a transgender, to remove themselves from the ladies restroom because of the social repercussions.
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 views on the bathroom debate.
Lavin commented on her blog that she has seen and supported “transgender” women — men identifying as women — using women’s public restrooms prior to the incident happening at Disneyland. “Transgenders who certainly felt comfortable in the women’s room and probably frightened to go into the men’s. At these times, I smiled … I peed … and life went on.”
That is when a “very large, burly man in a Lakers Jersey” walked into the bathroom and leaned against the wall.
Lavin described how the man knew the woman 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.”
“This notion that we’re shamed into silence b/c we might offend someone has gone too far. There was a man in the bathroom. Not transgender. There was a man who felt entitled to be in the woman’s restroom because he knew no one would say anything,” she wrote.
“I need to know it’s ok to tell a man, who looks like a man, to get the f*&% out. Gender just can’t be a feeling,” she wrote. “There has to be science to it.”