The “Bathroom Bill”

The “Bathroom Bill” toilets in North Carolina Public Bathrooms

bruce“Some things are more important than a rock show and this fight against prejudice and bigotry — which is happening as I write — is one of them,” Springsteen wrote. “It is the strongest means I have for raising my voice in opposition to those who continue to push us backwards instead of forwards.”

That is a quote from “the Boss” himself, Mr. Bruce Springsteen, who having a profound belief that, transgender people should not be using the bathroom of their born with gender. Everyone has an opinion — very much like everyone of humankind has a part of their body which is not cool to write about — although some people use their standing albeit a rock-star, politician, actor/actresses, or anyone who has gain notoriety from something. Which to this writer brings us to another point:

In poll after poll, or in survey’s unlimited, or best of all lines of a script or dialog in a film most individuals describe American’s as “Participant Trophy Winners,” or people who will do just about anything for fame, except earn it. Recently I saw a film where a younger 17 to 18 year old person wanted to have fame and be a celebrity; however, this persons best friend, mentor, and a real life person says to her…[For what?]

I mean this is an open and interesting question that could be loaded for someone who has made plans, set objectives and goals, and is actively pursuing a means to get what it is that she wants.

Another point worth noting is what prejudice means: Accordingly the first definition given is -1: An opinion formed beforehand or a preformed opinion, usually an unfavorable one, based on insufficient knowledge, irrational feelings, or inaccurate stereotypes and therefore all additional definitions were based and/or had this very language in them.

Therefore as a critical thinker I started my process of reflection beforehand on the quote by one of my all time favorite musicians. Does this quote contain a bias, preconception, prejudgment, narrow-mindedness, injustice, or unfairness? I would argue “Yes” that the quote contains all of these issues; however, not on the part of the

Imagine the Supreme Court battle that would take place — a experienced attorney could easily turn a position by elaborating how offensive this could be toward the feminine gender. It really boils down to what feminists describe themselves as — definition of course -1: Femininity (also called feminity, girlishness, womanliness or womanhood) is a set of attributes, behaviors, and roles generally associated with girls and women.

Deferring all judgment I must report that this is not a one-way street. I have produced some notions on the female perspective, however, the complete other side should go to the male side to keep this gender equal. Last but not least one should be thinking about infrastructure. It does cost all entities to make changes to appropriate restrooms.

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1 Response to The “Bathroom Bill”

  1. hocuspocus13 says:

    Tell Bruce Springsteen’s wife to pee in a bathroom with guys who wear lipstick and dresses

    Establishments will loose the Female Business if we are forced in that Establishment to share bathrooms

    …and where the girls go the men follow

    We want our privacy…💋…KEEP OUT


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