Women's space colonized
Oct 29, 2005 02:19
How women are being violated and mentally raped by patriachal colonizers and their male agents of sexual oppression!
I would find it very awkward in a women's only space with a man attending. Women share insights and intimate incidents in their own personal lives to relate with in such a space. A male presence would hinder, if not destroy the "feminine chemistry" of the space.
No matter how effectively a man may think he is fooling women, it is just plainly very simple: "women know women ... and can spot a fraud immediately." It would indeed effect what would be shared in the group and that could and I emphatically believe would negatively effect the growing and learning that comes from a women-only space. His very presence would be stealing something from the women; while he would only feeding himself on the time spent in our space for his own selfish needs and desires.
Entering a woman's bathroom....
If the transexual/transvestite/homosexual man was in the restroom what would he be thinking? Is he looking over the women to see who he desires to be most? Are his eye's filled with envy because he knows inside he will never truly be a real woman? Is he undressing the innocent women with his eyes and lusting after their bodies to be his? He is feeding off of the unsuspecting women and achieving his addictive emotional gratification by intentionally not honoring the sanctity of the sign which reads, "Women's Restroom." His main concern only can be to seek some kind of self-serving endorsement and exotic high by sitting on the stool, rather than standing up to the latrine to help him get his addictive itch satisfied. How very sick.
When a tranny-man enters a women's restroom he is lying to those of us in there. We perceive him as being female. He is stealing our feminine privacy. We believe the sign is clear and is there on the door so men will not enter. Only women are supposed to be entering into the women's restroom. He is most definitely violating our surroundings mentally and physically. He is male no matter what clothes, makeup, surgery, or pseudo name he wears. If we were standing before one mirror while he stood before the other mirror, we would know he is crossing a distinct social boundary; and clearly violating us with his deceiving manner of dress. More troubling would be his lustful observation of our privacy; observing us when we put on lipstick, perhaps brushing our hair or pull up our slips. I prefer for no strange man to watch us do any of these personal actions. His invasive presence has stolen a safe and trusting place for women to be.
He would make it uncomfortable for us to be in our own sexed restroom. Because of the transexuals in this ever-changing world, I find myself wondering more and more often, "Is that really a woman in the next stall?"
A man has no right to enter a woman's bathroom! If he truly identified with and cared and respected women in a restroom as much as he cared about himself he would not violate women in this way. His intrusion only reveals his gross narcissism and lust-filled heart.
No responsible mother or father would want their young or teenage daughter to use a restroom if they knew a man was in there. Whether parents did or did not know he was in there, he would be violating the innocence of the younger generation -- of budding women and their right to feminine privacy. Would the violation stop there? If he so carelessly violates their privacy by his willful disregard for the very intelligible sign on the door, will he then be empowered to do so in other ways? Or, are we chancing, even encouraging, further harm and intrusions to happen to all women of all ages by not enforcing common-sense standards as basic as "men and women's bathrooms?"
Our patriarchal, postmodern society seems only interested in not wanting to hurt the feelings of an emotionally-ill man wearing a dress in women's bathrooms.
I simply ask, "Whose feelings should really be taken into consideration?"
I would prefer and common sense would expect that my daughter and I could safely enter our sex-specific bathroom, and go there to accomplish what it is that women do while there, in strict privacy; never wondering about their privacy, or if there is a sex-crazed man in the next stall?
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