19 May 2016

Sex Predators Are Just Waiting Free Access To Bathrooms

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Sex predators are devious; they will use any excuse to gain access to their victims. Right now, they are just waiting for the American Government to open the bathroom door for them.

And what could possibly go wrong? Plenty.

It is happening already even without an invitation. Take the case of Taylor Buehler, a man who was arrested in 2012 after entering a women’s bathroom at Everett Community College in Washington state dressed in a bra and wig.
"He claimed that he was just there to use the facilities, but under police questioning, Buehler "admitted to officers that he was the suspect in an earlier voyeurism incident ... [in which] he took a shower in the girls' locker room for sexual gratification."

Or take the case of Norwood Smith Burnes, a 51-year-old Rome, Ga., man who was arrested for undressing in front of children in a Walmart women’s room.

According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Burnes was wearing a short skirt, high heels, red nail, polish, and green eye shadow and was found in "stages of undress ... in the presence of several young children." After his arrest, the paper said, police discovered that he "had a long record of indecent exposure and was on probation for public indecency."

Under the new norm that President Barrack Obama wants to establish, all either man would have had to say to avoid arrest was that he "identified" as a woman and was exercising his civil right to use the facility corresponding to his preferred gender.

Moreover, each of these alleged predators was caught because women complained that there was a man dressed as a woman in the women's room. If the Obama administration had its way, the women might never have complained for fear they would be accused of being bigots or violating civil rights, which is what happened in Canada.

In 2012, the province of Ontario changed its Human Rights Code to bar discrimination against anyone because of "gender identity" or "gender expression" — giving anyone who claimed to be transgender the legal right to use women-only facilities. This allowed Christopher Hambrook to dress like a woman and sign into several Toronto area women's shelters, where he sexually assaulted women seeking refuge from domestic violence.

Police later discovered that he had been convicted in Montreal of sexually assaulting a 5-year-old girl and a mentally challenged 27-year-old woman. He was not transgender; he was a sex predator pretending to be transgender. But nobody dared to question him, because to do so would have been a violation of his "human rights."

Last year, after Washington state passed a law opening public bathrooms to transgender people, a man walked into the women's changing room at a Seattle public pool and began undressing while young girls were changing for swim practice. He wasn't even dressed like a woman. When staff asked the man to leave, he told them "the law has changed and I have a right to be here." The flummoxed staff did not even call police.

Hopefully, the new administration under Donald Trump will realize that creating a new "right" for biological men to use women-only facilities is an open invitation to sex predators pretending to be transgender in order to get access to vitcims at their most vulnerable.