Sunday, April 17, 2016

Not Okay for Men in Women's Bathrooms

No, it's not okay in a civil society to allow biological males into the women's bathroom. Even in the increasingly dystopian far-left vision for tomorrow, this is still a sick, yes SICK, proposal.

The far-left has grossly overestimated their battlefield strength in their never-ending war on our culture, and their new front, the battle for bathroom privacy and safety, is going to be a major loser for them. Here's why.

The far-left thinks they are fighting a savvy public relations battle in the culture war. But the majority of Americans, not aligned with the increasingly deranged far-left, are fighting a totally different battle. They are fighting for the dignity, the privacy, and most importantly, the safety, of their daughters and their wives.

And this is a battle they are unwilling to forfeit or lose, REGARDLESS of the legal penalties, or the division-politics labels the far-left will disingenuously throw at them.

Let me insert a caveat here by stating that I embrace the fact that the Lord has created every individual life for a reason and that every one of those lives is a unique and irreplaceable set of experiences.

I sincerely do not wish emotional pain on anyone conflicted over which bathroom they should use, but these feelings of empathy take a distant second place to my desire to keep my 12 and four year-old daughters safe.

For all of the far-left bluster about what these new bathroom rules are and aren't, they cannot run, or hide, from the FACT that a man, with all of his male physiology intact, can claim on any given day that he identifies as a woman and follow my daughter into a bathroom.

Is there going to be an epidemic of episodes such as the one I just described? Probably not. But this does nothing to change the FACT that it can happen and the most disturbed predators among us now have a perfectly legal reason to engage in behavior that would have previously had them thrown in prison.

Far-left activists will, assuredly, call this a "scare tactic" but, there is no amount of name-calling, or smoke-screen language intended to distract you, which can . . . Read the rest of Dans column at The Conservative Review hyperlink

Dan Bongino is the bestselling author of the book Life Inside the Bubble and now The Fight. He is a Contributing Editor at The Conservative Review and was the 2012 and 2014 Republican nominee for the United States Senate and 6th congressional district in Maryland. 

Dan served for over a decade as a special agent in the United States Secret Service, and currently owns a security consulting business. 

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