Trans-Bathrooms: The Real Story

Everyone is aware of the current hubbub regarding so-called transgender people wanting to use the bathroom that they contend best fits their psyche. Don’t be fooled. This isn’t about lavatory choices. This is a battle for soul of our nation directed by disciples of Karl Marx.

This clash over the loo is old news here in California. Going where no state had ever gone before, three years ago a law was established giving every California public school student the right to not only use the toilet of their choice, but also the locker room and showers of their choosing as well. The law even permits a boy who feels like he’s a girl to join a girls’ athletic team (and vice versa).

In other words John can demand to be known as Jahn, tinkle in the girls’ bathroom between classes, change clothes for gym class and take a shower afterward in the girls’ locker room, and even join the girls’ swim, volleyball, softball, or track team.

As I often say when such insane laws are passed here in California: we’re number one!

Adding a cherry on top of that 2013 law, last month the California Assembly passed legislation requiring all single-stall bathrooms to be open to people of any gender. No doubt it will soon be law. Eventually it will be all restrooms.

Here’s what is really happening.

There’s a bumper sticker I occasionally see in the San Francisco Bay Area proclaiming, Gender is Dead.

The first time I saw it I laughed out loud. I don’t laugh any longer. The LGBT activists’ end goal is not about potty places and locker rooms—they want to obliterate the family.

In a commentary published in The Advocate (which serves the LGBT community), a well-known transsexual (that means body parts have been surgically swapped out) named Riki Wilchins explains that the real goal of this bathroom battle is to kill the notion of male and female altogether. Wilchins contends there should be no gender distinctions in general.

In the eyes of LGBT activists like Wilchins, the notion of only two genders (male and female) is antiquated. Facebook agrees; that’s why they now have 58 gender options available for its users (not kidding).

Wilchins insists that bleeding hearts pushing for bathroom privacy, as well as transgender advocates who insist boys should be allowed in the girls’ restroom, are missing a larger point. The fact that there are even male and female bathrooms reflects that our society is structured in a “binary” way; this must change in order for the full agenda of the LGBT movement to be realized.

Says Wilchins, “Queer activists have been talking about [this] at least since the 1970s of Gay Liberation, even as the movement it spawned has continued to nudge it aside.”

As the LGBT movement focused on redefining marriage it also quietly introduced lawsuits requiring for the law to recognize one’s self-perception (as opposed to biological reality) as truth. Notice that once the Supreme Court redefined marriage, the media focus on the LGBT movement slowly began to shift to battles over gender and transgenderism. So when Barack Obama sent out that letter to every public school in America last month urging them to give universal restroom access to all, it was all part of a devilish scheme.

What we are witnessing is a patient attempt to destroy the concepts of male and female entirely and thus attack the most sacred pillar of society: the family.

And why is the progressive left pushing this anti-family envelope?

Because they want to completely abolish the family.

In the 2nd chapter of his Communist Manifesto, Karl Marx states, “[T]he theory of the Communists may be summed up in the single sentence: abolition of private property.”

Once private property is abolished the second step towards pure communism is firmly articulated by Marx with an exclamation point: “Abolition of the family!”

And by the way if you’re wondering what Marx’ third communist plank is, it reads: “abolish countries and nationality.”

It seems we’re sliding towards a brave new world.

Brian Sussman

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