- Joined Apr 25, 2013
This question comes up because of an incident earlier today while I was out at the movies with my mother. While we were leaving the theater, she mentioned that a transgender fellow was in the women's bathroom and that his presence made everyone in there unsettled and uncomfortable and that they wouldn't use the facility until he vacated the area. This wasn't a transsexual, this was a man dressed in woman's clothing and was very masculine in appearance which would make them a bit wary. I'm going to be called a homophobe, ignorant among other names and this is going to be compared to black people during the Jim Crow era, but should we create additional bathrooms or gender neutral restrooms for situations like this? Physically, they are not women.