Have you read about bathroom battlefields? It seems the transgender crowd objects to laws which require individuals to use bathroom facilities matching their God-given anatomical makeup. Pundits either mock bathroom laws or declare transgenders are being dealt with in a bigoted, hateful manner.
There is much more going on here than name-calling or twisted humor. The true issue involves our definition of normality. Transgenders seek social acceptance by having their distorted claims of sexual identity validated by society as normal. If they win the bathroom war, they move one step closer to having their perversity fully accepted in this country.
We, as a nation, are free to change our definitions and expand our standards of normality. But in doing so, our actions should be based upon sound judgment. In this context, transgenders suffer from a profound form of mental illness. They believe they are something they biologically are not (“I’m a woman trapped in a man’s body”).
If we are willing to accept their conclusion, transgenders have attained normality and are no longer classified as mentally ill. Because they are normal, the rest of society will be compelled to bend to their wishes. In effect, transgenders can then force all of us to accommodate the perversions they openly, publicly and unashamedly flaunt for all to see.
The better rule would seem to be to allow transgenders to freely practice their perversions in private. Their perversions, however, should not be publicly inflicted upon those who truly are “normal.”
Chris Tabing, Coulterville