If you ask the left, transgender integration is one the biggest issues of our time. Especially, when it comes to schools (see Transgender Track Star Steals Two State Championships from ACTUAL Girls and PUSHBACK: Students Stage WALKOUT in Protest of School’s Transgender Agenda). Accommodating boys in dresses and bearded lesbians in Tapout t-shirts is priority numero uno.
But, not everyone involved is crazy about having to tinkle next to members of the opposite sex. Minnesota has an idea on how to fix that problem. “Segregating” the detractors. Yes, really.
Schools ensure full and equal enjoyment of public accommodations for students where they are not stigmatized or segregated from the rest of the general student population exercising their right to the public accommodation.
See that? Segregating students is bad. This is on page 9. On page 10?
Privacy objections raised by a student in interacting with a transgender or gender nonconforming student may be addressed by segregating the student raising the objection provided that the action of the school officials does not result in stigmatizing the transgender and gender nonconforming student.
Way to contradict yourselves there, guys.
So, over the course of a few paragraphs, the Minnesotans went from “segregation is bad” to “segregation is a valuable tool for ensuring comfort.” Self-awareness levels? Nonexistent.
I guess now, in Minnesota, if your high school daughter is uncomfortable with a lad in a dress draining his lizard next to her? Your daughter is a cisnormative, transphobic oddball who needs her own separate facilities. Funny though how such a thing was an outrage when the high heel was on the other foot. Separating trannies to keep everyone comfortable? “Egregious!” Separating bigoted cisgender scum? “Great idea!”
The left isn’t even hiding their preference for the whims of the
mentally ill trannies over the concerns of everyone else anymore. Somehow, things have flipped and, if you’re content with the equipment between your legs, you’re the strange one. It’s like opposite day from hell.
I could use some advice, dear readers. How does one go about determining if this is the real world, and not an episode of The Twilight Zone? Get back to me on that.