Why did the unisex bathroom get adopted so swiftly?

From Daily Caller:

To Holmes, the transgender issue uses a small number of “victims” to demonstrate who can make laws. By expanding an administrative interpretation of “civil rights,” without Congress, the federal state solidifies its capacity to dictate American law – even if it’s public school bathroom policies. Most Republicans fail to step up and fight, he says, because they fear a popular culture that is against them and are exceedingly shallow.

Reality check: Rubbish. The popular culture was not against the Republicans. Most people do not wish to perform bodily functions in the presence of unknown persons of the opposite sex.

Here’s a thought: Big business likes unisex washrooms because women’s washrooms are more needed than men’s.

A simple solution is to create unisex washrooms, and women will tend to avoid them.

The company saves money while parading as transgender-neutral. It works because people vote for the governments that transfer cash to them in exchange for their pride.

See also: Mobile euthanasia clinics in Holland. Do Canadians really want this for mentally ill people? Yet Parliament will vote  for euthanasia tomorrow.

Where were the Tories when all this was shaping up? Why should they ever govern again?

It’s one thing for the Liberals to be the party of death, they brought in abortion. But the Conservatives did nothing against the rising tide. Then asked me for $50 the other evening, whinging, to fight this now. When they can do nothing; it’s just cash in their pockets.

How stupid do they think we all are?


  • Our Conservative Party has seen the light from now on they’re going to imitate the GOP establishment.

  • infedel

    There is that word again…” interpretation”….hmm.

  • FivePointSpurgeon

    “Why should they ever govern again?”

    Indeed. When they finally stand for something other than Israel, please let us know. Rather like the GOP elite, it seems.

  • bargogx1

    I strenuously disagree with the assertion that popular culture “was not against the Republicans” on this issue. Popular culture is almost 100% in support of the transgender cause. There are very few exceptions.