Here’s another, but Canadian:The link that I have found and posted above actually deals with non-fake body parts. Takes the fake thing out of it.A California teen cried as she recalled seeing "a naked man" in her local YMCA, telling the city council in her San Diego suburb she'd been traumatized by the experience with the person she described as a trans woman.apple.news
In the above link, the 17 year old girl in the shower is technically legally still a child (I’m assuming without knowing California’s laws), and the other person in the woman’s shower room, technically has a real penis.
The person that is not the 17 year old girl in the woman’s locker room must identify as a woman with a penis, which, in other circumstances is irrelevant unless it’s dangling out I’m assuming further than the fake nipples on the fake boobs at the shop teacher.
When the girl (the 17 year old girl as opposed to the adult) brings this up with the management she is reprimanded… sort of like the students at the school in Ontario, who are threatened not to take pictures of that Boobalicious shop teacher.
When the girl is hiding in the shower, she’s not the person wandering around with their (neutral pronoun) penis out, I’m assuming she (the 17-year-old girl) probably isn’t thinking, “I wonder what gender that person self identifies as?” or the adult (with a penis) isn’t singing the “I self identify as a woman” song.
Should the child (legally) have been reprimanded? Was the YMCA correct or incorrect in reprimanding her? If so why?
“As I was showering after my workout I saw a naked male in the women’s locker room,’ she told the Santee City Council. “I immediately went back into the shower, terrified, and hid behind their flimsy excuse for a curtain until he was gone.”
Philips (the 17 yr old girl) said the policy of allowing trans women in the female locker rooms should be changed — adding she was especially worried her 5-year-old sister could be exposed to naked trans women at the YMCA, the Daily Mail reported.
Should she not have been concerned about her five year old sister (who I’m assuming was also in the building?) who could’ve walked into the same locker room like she stated in the above link? Does that make the 17 year old girl a bad person?
I’ve just googled and found this with respect to California: When a child reaches the age of majority he or she is considered an adult. In California the age of majority is 18 (CA Family Code 6500-6502).
OK. The closest I could find to remove the “fake” boobs out of the above debate.
Canada is home to some of the world’s first jurisdictions to certify transgender status through a lens of “self-identification.”
It's pretty much the same thing apparentlyWhy not? Canada has long allowed self-identification as a lumberjack.
Aretha Franklin song controversy sparked by apparent parody account
Followed by:Always fun to watch the self-important get all wrapped around an axle, regardless of "side."
I'm surprised ol' Piers didn't give himself an aneurism screaming "Groomers!" Now THAT's a missed opportunity!
Trans women are NOT women - period!Here’s another, but Canadian:
Canada is home to some of the world’s first jurisdictions to certify transgender status through a lens of “self-identification.” Just 10 years ago, Canadian citizens were not able to legally change their gender until they could furnish evidence of sex reassignment surgery.
“Each individual knows their own gender best, and today, I am proud that our government is recognizing this by taking landmark action,” was how the policy was announced by Grace Lore, B.C.’s then-parliamentary secretary for gender equity.
B.C. government voices support for transgender woman denied access to women-only gym — National Post'It was important to me to be in a place that would be, like, explicitly accepting, like, "You are a woman, you’re allowed to be here" 'apple.news
Another Canadian trans issue has garnered international attention after B.C. transgender woman Brigid Klyne-Simpson told local media of being “extremely devastated” after being denied access to a women-only gym.
After being welcomed as a member, Klyne-Simpson was told to stick to the gym’s mixed-gender areas and not to use its women-only fitness centre and change rooms. Speaking to CHEK News, owner Dale Nagra said Bodyworks has transgender clients, but that they’ve simply stuck to the co-ed gym.
“We want (trans people) to be comfortable, but we also have to worry about the young girls that this gym is set up for and the women, and how are their parents gonna feel that they’re in there, then this person walks in with a male voice and big person,” Nagra said, adding that the purpose of a women-only gym goes away if it’s suddenly open to anyone who can say “OK, I identify as a woman, and I want to be able to go in there.”
(I think Dale Nagra is dancing around the word ‘Penis’ with the “Big Person with a Make Voice” above)
The CHEK story hinted that Klyne-Simpson could take the case before the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal, a body that does indeed encourage British Columbians to file complaints in instances where they are “denied services” over the issue of “gender identity or expression.”
If the tribunal were to take the case and rule in Klyne-Simpson’s favour, the B.C. Human Rights Code could empower the body to order Bodyworks to reverse its policy and also to provide monetary compensation to Klyne-Simpson “for injury to dignity, feelings and self respect.”
The B.C. provincial government has already come down on the side of Klyne-Simpson. “Trans people deserve to feel safe, welcome & affirmed for who they are. Trans women are women — period,” Kelli Paddon, B.C.’s Parliamentary Secretary for Gender Equity, wrote in a Friday statement posted to social media. The women and girls using that same woman’s shower & change room though? Meh….
As of Monday, the Bodyworks Fitness story has been picked up by two British newspapers, as well as mentions in Spanish and German-language press.
Actual biology serryah, actual biology.Your opinion Dix, your opinion..