Here’s What I’ve Got to Say About the Bathroom

U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch has got some nerve.  She dared to compare the bathroom issue to Jim Crow laws and water fountain restrictions of years ago.  How wrongfully insulting! Apparently, she just doesn’t get it.  She can’t seem to grasp that while she says it is against the law to violate a person’s civil rights — she is involved in violating mine and those who feel such as I do.

Inscription on the U.S. Dept of Justice Building

Inscription on the U.S. Dept of Justice Building

Was it a violation of men’s civil rights to have a women’s bathroom?  Was it a violation of women’s civil rights to have a men’s room?  No!  So why is it a violation of civil rights now?

I don’t care if transgenders have been using the women’s bathroom with me for years.  They kept it a secret.  They kept it private. And, no man could simply entered the women’s room under the guise of “feeling” like he was a woman, when he really didn’t.  There was at least some protection.  Now, there is little or none.  Gotta let him in or you have violated his little civil rights.

Here’s a question…

Why do transgenders that are physically male, but feel like they are a woman, not want to use the men’s room?  They fear for their safety?  Well, they have just removed their own safety-net along with women and children.  Thanks to the LGBT movement — men can easily enter women’s restrooms and do whatever to them there.

A bit ironic, isn’t it?

Woodrow Wilcox


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Carrie Hutchens is a former law enforcement officer and a freelance writer who is active in fighting against the death culture movement and the injustices within the judicial and law enforcement systems.
Carrie K. Hutchens
  • DCM7

    People who insist on false, special “rights” are inevitably blind to how they undermine the foundation of the legitimate rights of others — and themselves.

    • Carrie_K_Hutchens

      They may not care about the rights of others, but it will come home to bite them eventually. If men, for example, can readily choose to use the women’s — what has the transgender gained? Nothing, except to put others in a dangerous and uncomfortable position. They just destroyed their own “safe space”!