by: the Common Constitutionalist
As we know the LGBT community has been up in arms over States’ passage of various bills to prevent men from using women’s bathrooms and vice versa. And naturally following suit are many corporations and other State governments who apparently believe that donning a wig and a dress should give a guy the right to enter a women’s public restroom or locker room. Somehow this is controversial.
Where is the controversy here? Once again we see a tiny fraction of our population attempting to run roughshod over the majority and frightened corporations fall in line for fear they too may be branded as discriminatory. Like little children having a temper tantrum, they LGBT community knows, like the Muslim community and the Black Lives Matter movement, if they scream loud enough, our spineless society will give in to their absurd demands.
The NFL, which has become synonymous with political correctness, threatened the state of Georgia saying that signing their bill could cost Atlanta a chance to host a Superbowl. Liberal Disney said they would no longer film in the state of Georgia and other companies are reconsidering plans to invest further in the state – all because these states believe men should be using their own bathrooms.