Posted by: gabatik
2015-08-05 15:39:43
ID: 28500
Do you feel good about yourself? Are you going to make fun of starving orphans next? You realize you are punching down, right?
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-05 01:18:20
ID: 28479
If you have a penis, stay out of the ladies' bathroom
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-04 22:39:11
ID: 28473
Trans are people too, who have rights. If a MtF trans needs to use the restroom, let her use the womens restroom...because she is a woman. It's not her fault she was born in the wrong body. You have the option to not use public restrooms, no one is holding a gun to your head telling you that you have to use a public bathroom. If you have to go...then find other means of getting the job done. Before you say "But why should I have to find other means, I have rights too whinewhinewhine"...If you're the one with the sensitivity problem, then you need to be the one to find other means.
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-04 20:48:51
ID: 28457
Where are the statistics and proof that a transperson is at greater risk than a normal person in a public rest room? I haven't seen any. Are there actually studies?
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-04 19:06:06
ID: 28467
If a man of a different skin color rapes a woman and from then on she has anxiety when she sees a man of said skin color...does that make her racist? I don't think so because anxiety isn't controlled like that, it just is.
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-04 14:54:36
ID: 28454
Ugh. Why can't people accept that most situations are not black or white. There's most always s gray area, "send other people to be raped"? That is just ridiculous. Yes, someone who has a fear of being sexually assaulted is completely selfish and wishes for transgendered people to get raped. Changing genders is a choice. To say otherwise is absurd, because it is something a person has to decide to go through with. It's their right to do so, but SHOULD everyone else cater to it? It's not that simple. It seems like people are on one side or the other. No one is like "Oh, I see your point."
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-04 14:32:50
ID: 28453
So a Louisiana teen had her face smashed in by cat callers....keep telling us how "harmless" your "compliments" are, guys.
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-04 12:47:11
ID: 28450
So you were raped, therefore you want other women to be forced into situations where they are at a much higher risk of sexual assault? You think your experience as a rape survivor gives you the right to send other people to be raped? Stop trying to speak as a survivor. That's not my experience, that's not the experience of the other survivors who have posted. Stop making it about that, you're clearly just delusional.
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-04 07:30:39
ID: 28447
A transperson entering the wrong bathroom risks assault, rape, even murder, at a rate higher than for a gender normative person. If that transperson is black the risk is higher still. That's not "cautious" either. It's so selfish that you don't even stop to consider what they should be cautious of.
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-04 05:33:55
ID: 28435
I was raped by my grandfather and my husband. That doesn't mean I'm not cautious around people who aren't related to me. Everyone needs to be cautious. That's not paranoid. It means you are aware of what could happen. Walk around in a parking garage after dark - not cautious. Waving a lot of money around in a public place - not cautious. Sharing a woman's rest room with anyone who is out of place - like a heavily made up person whose beard is growing through the makeup - not cautious.
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