Liberals have spent the past few months demanding that men be allowed to use women’s bathrooms so that transgenders can feel include.
Kristen Quintrall Lavin, a mother who runs a blog called “The Get Real Mom,” was one such liberals who openly supported transgenders in the bathroom debate. However, her views on this subject changed dramatically during a recent trip to Disneyland with her son. There, she was exposed to the harsh reality of bathroom stalking, and her views began to change.
Conservative Tribune reported that Lavin said she was at Disneyland with her son, her friend, and her friend’s son when she decided to use the bathroom.
“I went to the bathroom while she watched our boys in their strollers, and then I did the same.” Lavin wrote.
The young mother was stunned when a “very large, burly man in a Lakers Jersey” walked into the women’s bathroom and leaned against the wall. She said that 12 other women looked on at the man in shocked silence, which Lavin said is what made her want to tell this story.
Lavin explained that the man knew the women could not say anything to him about being in the women’s bathroom because they had been “culturally bullied” into silence. The fear of being non-politically correct was greater than the very real danger of a man casually eyeing them in an intimate environment.
She said the man walked past each stall slowly.
“You know, the stalls that have 1 inch gaps by all the door hinges so you can most definitely see everyone with their pants around their ankles,” Lavin wrote.
Needless to say, she was disturbed by the entire experience.
“This notion that we’re shamed into silence b/c we might offend someone, has gone too far. There was a man in the bathroom. Not transgender. There was a man who felt entitled to be in the woman restroom, because he knew no one would say anything,” Lavin said. “There were 20-25 people by the time I left, who were scared and uncomfortable by his ominous presence. And the only thing stopping us, was our fear of political correctness and that the media has told us we don’t know what gender is anymore.”
“I need to know it’s ok to tell a man, who looks like a man, to get the f*&% out. Gender just can’t be a feeling,” she wrote. “There has to be science to it.”
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