I think the Ogling would be a dead giveaway.
And that the dressing rooms are based on sex, not gender.
If places were going to be more inclusive, they'd either make individual dressing rooms, or a room for each gender identity, which also precludes you from doing this.
Actually no. if you're a woman you use the woman's locker room/washroom at least that's the way it works where I live.
I got a brilliant idea...
Thanks to all the new protections of gender identity, trans people are finally free from discriminations.
Therefore, theoretically, I could cross dress to the gym and take a peak at the ladies locker room...
If someone says anything I'll be like, "It's okay girl, I identify as a woman... mmm, and right now I'm identifying with you. You don't discriminate do you?"
The owner of the gym hates my very soul to the core, but he knows if he kicks me out. I can sue him andp take my case straight to MSNBC, the court of public opinion. Even if my lawsuit fails, his gym will be labelled a homophobic, transphobic bigoted place. All the calfornia super liberals everywhere will boycott him. Newspaper headlines and tv stations will report, "Gym kicks out transgendered individual"
Nobody will know the truth, because the media will make them out to be a bunch of bigots.
So it's either deal with me driving away their members, or the entire media as a whole branding them as bigots and possibly being sued by me.
So... he grits his teeth and stands helplessly as I pretend to talk in a high voice and watch the ladies change...
Ahhhh... maybe liberalism isn't so bad.
Regardless of your gender, ogling could be considered sexual harassment. I suppose you're also happy that all the gays and lesbians change with the sex that interests them too.
Even if I were transgendered.... The owner should be free to decide whether I can use the female rest room or not... Or to let me in period. Post or pre op, makes no difference.
I don't care where gays and lesbians change. The idea you just brought up kind of disgusts me and makes me not wanna go to the gym, but I have no right to tell them where to go... Unless the owner decides to not allow gays which I say go ahead, since baring gays from a gym is impossible with or without the legal right.
Since sexual orientation discrimination is impossible.... We don't need laws against something that's non-existent or self brought on... I guess you can discriminate against the one gay guy who announces his sexuality at every establishment he goes to in order to see if he'd get discriminated against.
I'm not responsible for what disgusts you. And i'm surprised you'd support a store owner's 'right' to demand people drop their shorts so he can examine their junk before allowing them to use a particular washroom. Makes me glad I don't live where you do.
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Okay, folks, decided to close this down. There are lots of places to discuss these sorts of topics elsewhere, but the very OP on this was already on shaky ground for CR. If you wish to carry on, please feel free to use PMs.