Obama’s bathroom wars are not about civil rights at all, though that is most certainly the language it is being cloaked in. Rather it is about compliance, about the ability of Obama’s (In)Justice and Education Departments to micromanage what takes place in women’s locker rooms and restrooms and who gets to access same. This all by itself is a fascinating combination.
Think what is actually going on. Obama’s political appointees backed by Obama himself are making safety and privacy of girls of all ages nationwide subservient to the wants and needs of a few sexually confused (or those that claim they are sexually confused) men. Obama and Lynch are putting the interests of men above those of women. So much for a War on Women.
Concern out of the Dowager Countess of Chappaqua? Silence. Dead silence, though she and her cronies are happily bashing Donald Trump for his less than congenial comments on ladies he does not get along with.
The response by the NC Governor back to Lynch and Civil Rights Division head Vanita Grupta was forceful and blunt. Only reaction out of the regime was to claim that their letter was guidance rather than a threat, which means it was a threat.
Breitbart ran a story a couple weeks ago listing 25 incidents at Target since they adopted their transgender bathroom policy.
Transgenderism, or sexual confusion, has a deadly outcome should it be pursued to its logical conclusion like the left and the media would have you believe it should be done. Johns Hopkins used to treat it with sex change surgery, essentially changing the outwardly visible physical body parts to point in a different direction than every single one of trillions of cell chromosomes point at. The results were so bad, they stopped surgical intervention decades ago. They found as have others that among the young who are sexually confused; around 80% grow out of it over the course of several years without any therapy or intervention at all.
Among the small but rapidly growing group of those who had hormone treatment and surgical intervention, the life at the cellular level always won the actual argument, as suicide rates among those with those who underwent sex reassignment surgery (nice name for surgical mutilation), increased by 20 times over the general population. This is a good thing?
Alex Gimarc lives in Anchorage since retiring from the military in 1997. His interests include science and technology, environment, energy, economics, military affairs, fishing and disabilities policies. His weekly column “Interesting Items” is a summary of news stories with substantive Alaska-themed topics. He is a small business owner and Information Technology professional.
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