Obama Minions Want Girls to Get Used to ‘Male Genitalia’ In the Bathroom



The Sentinel almost missed this sick recommendation from one of the ‘mainstream’ newspapers in North Carolina. An editorial in the Charlotte Observer says that little girls should get used to seeing male genitalia should the transgender bathroom laws be enacted, The Washington Times reported.

The article, Taking the Fear Out of Bathrooms, was written by the sicko editorial board and they want us to believe it’s just silly to not want nude boys and girls in the same locker rooms and showers.

The girls need to “overcome their discomfort,” they say.

I feel like a Roman the day after the Visigoths entered the gates.

Does anyone else see how this could be a problem – nude boys and girls running around, perhaps saying they are the opposite gender.

What about all the refugees we are going to take in? They think women have to be covered from head-to-toe or their baser instincts will uncontrollably take over.

How does a top North Carolina newspaper post an article like this? They will do anything to support the leftist cause.

“This is what the Obama administration nudged the rest of the country toward Friday,” the editorial said. “Yes, the thought of male genitalia in girls’ locker rooms — and vice versa — might be distressing to some. But the battle for equality has always been in part about overcoming discomfort — with blacks sharing facilities, with gays sharing marriage — then realizing it was not nearly so awful as some people imagined.”

What? This is about whites and blacks sharing facilities in post-segregation America?

The issue of safety and privacy is nothing but “political fiction”, the editorial contends, pushed by Republicans.

North Carolina is being sued by the Federal government and they are suing them in return over the transgender bathrooms. This newspaper doesn’t mind putting children in danger to help out Obama and his insane overreach. It’s the same paper that has promoted the rape culture lie on college campuses.

More at Washington Times



  1. The world has gone bonkers ! I really don’t want the opposite sex in either bathroom. It’s not prejudice but common sense. G

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