Candid truth about America's battle for the bathroom

Sunday, May 22, 2016
Michael F. Haverluck (

unisex bathroom 2With the numerous courtroom and legislative battles taking place over so-called “transgender” rights in restrooms across America, evangelist Alveda King and another pro-family activist insist that women and youth will suffer many dire consequences when pro-LGBT laws are adopted.

“Both our sons and daughters are impacted by this toilet battle,” the niece of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., declared. “They are either being flushed down the tube or exposed and exploited shamelessly — this is a battle for THE SEED.”

King argues that heterosexual women and children are not the only ones who are suffering from new restroom policies sweeping the nation.

“Those who are confused between bathrooms will go in and out of both male and female facilities, approaching our boys and girls,” the director of African-American outreach for Priests for Life warns. “The gender confused are also Satan's victims. [This comes from a concerned] mother and grandmother of both boys and girls …”

The pro-family advocate points to Old Testament Scripture revealing the wisdom of King Solomon to stress how important it is for adults to take responsibility and provide a safe and developmentally sound environment for children.

“Sons are a heritage from the Lord, children a reward from Him. Like arrows in the hands of a warrior are sons born in one’s youth. Blessed is the man whose quiver is full of them. They will not be put to shame when they contend with their enemies in the gate.” —Psalm 127:3–5

Bathroom and abortion coercion

King went on to explain how bathroom coercion and abortion coercion are very similar, and she points to a piece published by a pro-family advocate titled “Roe, Wade and Private Bathrooms” to shed some more light on the issue.

“I really was trying to avoid writing about this because the Left has such a sick agenda on all things ‘women,’" Nina May wrote in a post published on Newsone. “I think it is going to be up to each woman to do her own personal ‘Girlcott’ of businesses who fall for this demeaning, unnecessary, unproductive and stupid idea of allowing men in the women's restrooms.”

She then pointed out the paradox she sees in the controversial landmark United States Supreme Court Decision in 1973 that legalized abortion.

“The most obvious and apparent inconsistency, in this new dictate from on high, is that it is a direct contradiction of the finding in Roe. vs. Wade, which was all about a woman's right to privacy and the fact that the government could not tell a woman what to do with her body,” May argued. “But now, that same government is taking away the most private aspect of a woman's life, and that is her bathroom habits.”

The argument was then made that the U.S. government manipulates laws to serve its own purposes.

“If she wanted to go into the bathroom to have an abortion, they would clear the entire store of anyone standing in her way — including men pretending to be women — for the purpose of preying on them,” she continued. “And from a practical perspective, how are you going to prove who is who or what? Are you going to make the men drop and the women pull up their dresses to check for the sex the way they do with the baby chicks at Tractor Supply?”

May contends that those pulling the strings for the bathroom bills are — in actuality — exploiting the gender-confused.

“But you can be sure, if they put urinals in the women's bathroom and a guy, dressed as a woman, is standing there doing his business … the world will know,” the social conservative insisted. “That seems a little insensitive to me. It's as though the government is trying to create a situation where transgendered people are humiliated and stigmatized and the only way to force them ‘out’ is to see how they [urinate], and what they [urinate] with.”

Pressing the agenda forward at all costs

She blames Leftist politicians for promoting lifestyles and policies that are detrimental to society — but beneficial to their political platforms and ballot box tallies.

“I can't believe liberals and Democrats can be so heartless, so cruel, so discriminating against transgendered individuals,” May expressed. “It is just amazing to me that Barack Obama and Hillary can look at themselves in the mirror realizing the trauma they are going to visit upon these poor helpless people — just shocking.”

Another allegedly deceptive tactic employed by progressives to rally in the votes was then addressed — as well as the problematic ramifications of embracing new social rules and regulations.

“[B]eyond the fact that the Left is forcing all transgendered people to fly their flags for the world to see, you have the issue of all the nut cases coming out, pretending to ‘self-identify’ for a few minutes so they can be alone with a woman when she is totally vulnerable,” May points out. “Or what has already been reported is that they are in the adjoining stall filming her privacy … which again, the Supreme Court said the government has an obligation to protect.”

She says that liberal politicians are more intent on forwarding social experiments through their political agendas than they are in protecting the citizens they took an oath to protect.

“So, the government — instead of protecting a woman's privacy and right to choose to [urinate] in private — has thrown them to the dogs,” May added. “They have locked them in a room where they are helpless prey and told them they are evil if they oppose this procedure. So much for women's rights. But it is a perfect storm for a nationwide ‘Girlcott’ of these establishments.”

Forced to take things into their own hands?

The vocal conservative then suggested that women need to arm themselves in restrooms if the government continues to remove the laws designed to protect them.

“Women are being told by the store, the local police, the state, the federal government that she is on her own and she might get assaulted in a public bathroom,” she asserted. “But, heh, it's in the interest of diversity and fairness. Fine, then I suggest every woman pack when she goes to the bathroom. As soon as you get in a stall, pull the slide back and let it pop, just to send that recognizable sound throughout the bathroom in case some predator is lurking in a neighboring stall.”

May then discussed possible ways of dealing with the problem — security issues brought on by companies such as Target that have left their customers and employees vulnerable in their restrooms.

“You could even drop a couple of bullets on the floor as you pack your clip so they think you are a little nervous, and think they might have the upper hand as they try and grab you as you exit the stall,” she jokingly advised. “But to further throw them off, pretend you are on the cell phone, telling someone exactly where you are and that it's getting harder and harder just to [relieve oneself] in public. Say loudly that just the day before, you had to pop two guys who were pretending to be women in the Target bathroom.”

Blame for the current dilemma spreading across the country was then attributed to the leaders on the Left who proclaim to be champions of liberty and choice.

“Women have lost all power in this society and we can thank the Democrats, the liberals, the feminists, and men who think women are nothing more than brood mares and have convinced them to kill their own babies in the name of privacy, but won't give that woman privacy in the bathroom,” May argues. “We need another women's movement in America where they regain the rights the radical feminists have squandered through the years by trying so hard to make women like men. They have lost their dignity and humanity and have allowed themselves to be intimidated and manipulated by a social engineering plan designed to eradicate the distinctions between men and women.”

Progressives’ callous and insensitive treatment of biological women with gender-specific physical complications was also addressed.

“And all of this totally ignores the very private issues of colostomy bags, catheters, insulin pumps, IBS and a myriad of other private, medical or just plain embarrassing situations people have to deal with on a daily and often times, irregular basis … What about their rights?” she asked. “What about pregnant women or nursing moms or women dealing with monthly issues? There are so many elements to a woman's physiology that men are clueless about, and for them to now force women into their world of exposed body parts and urinals is insensitive, misogynist and dangerous.”

Feminists fooling themselves

May contends that today’s feminists are actually playing into the hands of male chauvinists.

“The only reasonable explanation is that men feel they are superior to women and will not be happy until all aspects and characteristics of women are melded into those of a man, eradicating women all together,” she reasoned. “The clueless feminists are empowering this genocide that is creating a totally male-dominated society, like many countries where women have no rights at all. There, women are just objects to breed the next generation of boorish men who are clueless about what a real woman is, and you can be sure, she doesn't have [male genitalia].”

The candid pro-life advocate then challenged the judicial system to issue rulings that reflect true equality and justice.

“So, if the right to privacy has been determined by the Supreme Court to protect what a woman does with her body, then either be consistent in the law, or overturn Roe. v. Wade,” May insisted. “[A]nd to bring it current, liberals give Trump a hard time about being anti-women when they are pushing the biggest anti-women, anti-privacy, anti-choice move in the history of the country.”

She then posed a solution for America’s dilemma that she observed in Israel and a number of other nations around the world.

“There is a bathroom space where the sinks are in an open space for everyone to use, [b]ut there are private, lockable stalls that anyone can use — very much like on an airline,” May informed. “You are in there alone, do your PRIVATE business, then come out and wash your hands with everyone … men and women.”

The passionate writer, whose points won the support of Dr. Alveda King, ended her discussion by leaving progressive-minded Americans with something to think about when they are ready to truly fight for the safety of women.

“There are logical fixes if these clueless men are determined to go down this road,” May concluded. “[B]ut to argue it in terms of ‘protecting’ the privacy of one class of people — while destroying it for others — is just another line item on the Left's long list of ways to destroy our culture … and dehumanize women.”


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