Bathroom Politics – Where do we draw the line?

Everyone has heard by now how schools have received a directive from the Justice Department instructing that it’s open season in school bathrooms, locker rooms and showers. Anyone is to be allowed in whichever of those facilities is designated for the gender an individual identifies with. No matter the physical evidence, if Billy feels like a girl today, it’s the girls bathroom, locker and showers for him. Well today, anyway. The situation must be “fluid” of course, so Billy might go back to feeling like a boy tomorrow.

Now, I really am for fair and equal treatment of everyone, but we really do need to draw the line someplace. For example, it’s pretty easy to find an online profile on an Indiana site for the transgendered for one described as: “a transgender woman and a lesbian.” I suppose s/he has the physical attributes of a male, but identifies as a female while remaining sexually attracted to females? Does this really sound like someone you’d like taking a shower with your teenage daughter? Ok, for all I know, maybe this just a guy who wants to use the women’s tees on the golf course, but doesn’t want give up chasing girls. But whatever this is, when all the evidence indicates pretty clearly this is a male, we really don’t need the complications of treating him like a female and neither do our sons and daughters…