AG Lynch: “Gender identity” More Important than Americans’ Right to Sexual Privacy

Lynch thinks that the bathroom preferences of the sexually confused psychotics are more important than the rights of 95% of the population who prefer a little privacy and modesty when they visit the restroom or the locker room. Liberals want women in the men's room, and men in the ladies room, and if anyone objects, they yell “discrimination,” because invoking the term “discrimination” means they automatically win the argument. That is pure bunk.

Attorney General Lynch argued May 9 that any one person’s desire to choose a male or female “gender identity” is more important than Americans’ right to sexual privacy in shared public facilities, such as bathrooms and school locker rooms. 

“This action is about a great deal more than just bathrooms,” Lynch declared Monday, as she announced a lawsuit against a compromise sexual privacy bill in North Carolina that sets a clear rule for when people can use bathrooms reserved for the other sex. Lynch did not offer any alternative rule in her speech, but instead made an open-ended claim that a person’s choice of “gender identity” overrules communities’ sexual privacy rules.

This is about the dignity and respect we accord our fellow citizens and the laws that we, as a people and as a country, have enacted to protect them – indeed, to protect all of us. And it’s about the founding ideals that have led this country – haltingly but inexorably – in the direction of fairness, inclusion and equality for all Americans.

This unprecedented federal power-grab over the nation’s civic culture — and of the nation’s toilets and bathrooms, K-12 locker rooms and showers, and of retail stores’ changing rooms — is likely intended to boost progressive anger and political action before November 2016.

That’s partly because some progressives view the issues of “transgender rights” — more accurately, the right to choose a “gender identity” — as a matter of fundamental fairness to a tiny minority. As few as 1 in every 2,400 Americans want to live and dress like members of the opposite sex, according to a study of the 2010 census.

On Monday, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory rejected Lynch’s demand that he discard the state’s sexual privacy law, and he called on business groups and the U.S. Congress to reject President Barack Obama’s campaign to create a new legal right to “gender identity” via agency policy statements, not by laws passed in Congress.

“Our nation is dealing with a very new complex and emotional issue — how to balance the expectations of privacy and equality in one of the most private areas of our lives, restrooms, locker rooms or public shower facilities,” McCrory said in a May 9 press conference.

“Right now, the Obama administration is bypassing Congress by attempting to rewrite the law and set basic restroom policies, locker room policies and even shower policies for public and private employers across the country, not just in North Carolina,” he said.

With a defensive lawsuit, “I anticipate our own legislature, other private sector entities from throughout the United States, and possibly other states, to  join us in seeking that clarification,” he said.”It is time for the U.S. Congress to bring clarity to our national anti-discrimination provisions,” he added.

On Fox New’s Sunday May 8 show. McCrory described Obama’s gender policy as bullying. “There is no clear [federal] identification or definition of gender identity… It’s the federal government being a bully.”

McCrory is getting support from mainstream groups. “If the White House can dictate the bathroom policies of America, what could possibly be beyond their reach? … The governor rightly asserts that the Obama team can’t simply rewrite a 50-year-old law [against sex discrimination] to suit their agenda,” said a statement from the Family Research Council.

There is no justification for people who have mental problems that are manifest through confusion of their gender identity to be accorded any special rights that cater to their illness. They need treatment, not anti-discrimination mandates to force 95% of the population to bow down to their particular sexual disorientation. If a man wants to use the women's restroom, let him drop his drawers and prove that he is entitled to use the women's restroom, or provide a genetic test to show that he has two X chromosomes qualifying him for the gals retreat.

And if he is a plain, run of the mill male pervert looking for a thrill or to frighten an innocent 12 year old girl who is entitled to a little bathroom privacy, he needs to get the hell beaten out of him, as do the idiots promoting this nonsense as they stick it to the American people and treat them like ignorant fools. And somehow I'm pretty sure that Ms. Lynch would also have a problem if a 46 year old bearded guy in a tank top and tights walked in on her while she was “freshening up” in the ladies room. At least I would hope so.




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