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Techmusca 3 Apr 15
trans ppl shld use the room of their identity but it's unfair to make men all look like potential rapists.
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Cailin_Becoming 3 Apr 15
That is exactly the point. and others making these laws want ppl to think that way.
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Techmusca 3 Apr 15
Replying to @Cailin_Becoming
honesty I'd like to see legislation that makes gender neutral restrooms available everywhere
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Cailin_Becoming 3 Apr 15
Replying to @TechMusca
As long as they're a choice. If you say that people are REQUIRED to use a different washroom, that's discrimination.
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Techmusca 3 Apr 15
Replying to @Cailin_Becoming
I don't mean just for trans ppl. I mean gender neutral washrooms for anybody who wants to use them.
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Cailin_Becoming 3 Apr 15
Replying to @TechMusca
Yes that would be good, but laws are not needed. Just choices.
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Gender Mosaic 5 Apr 15
As asks, how do you get this idea from 's tweet? How was that implied or suggested in any way?
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Cailin_Becoming 5 Apr 15
Notice the gender of the person standing there is indeterminate. It could be a trans woman or man.
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Cailin_Becoming 5 Apr 15
As you point out, the signs on the doors are accurate in either case.
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Cailin_Becoming 12 Apr 16
Replying to @Ann_Tagonist_
if Here's one (note that since we don't tend to use the men's room, there aren't a lot of stories):
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Cailin_Becoming 12 Apr 16
Replying to @Ann_Tagonist_
First, note that I posted that about 2 years ago. It gets re-tweeted, I can't control that. But the fear is real (more).
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Cailin_Becoming 12 Apr 16
Replying to @Ann_Tagonist_
As I said, we mostly don't use the men's room, but if we're forced to, you'll see a lot of stories, I predict. (More)
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Cailin_Becoming 12 Apr 16
Replying to @Ann_Tagonist_
Here's a story of actual violence:
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Cailin_Becoming 12 Apr 16
Replying to @Ann_Tagonist_
sorry, but I disagree. Emotional violence is still violence.
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