Is There Such a Thing As Public Restroom Rights?

transgender-bathroomOp-Ed by Catherine J. Frompovich

I’ve been very hesitant to become involved journalistically in the discussion about transgender bathroom protocols, but there’s something I think I have to get off my chest, which I hope readers won’t mind hearing.  Maybe some of you have that same albatross sitting right there between your heart and mouth, but are afraid to say something.

If the transgender population wants to be considered good neighbors then, perhaps, those folk ought to consider this:  In today’s squirrely times in which anything goes and, consequently, can happen, where are the transgender population’s concerns and compassion for what can happen to unsuspecting children and grown females, who can be assaulted in various ways by thrill seekers, as this article illustrates, who take advantage of the transgender folks itinerary regarding rights to use public restrooms.  That’s something no one in the political correctness community is factoring into the new acculturation process for society about a new world order of bathroom protocols, I offer.

I, for one, think anyone will be terrified to enter a public restroom ANYWHERE in the USA anymore!  I can tell you that once while in New York City, I came out of an individual cubicle in a ladies room to find a grown man unzipped, exposed, and urinating into the wash basin where I was expected to wash my hands.  You can be doggone sure that I didn’t wash my hands that time, and I’m a stickler about washing hands after using the bathroom!  And that was in a rather NICE hotel, too!

There are sickos and thrill-seekers everywhere.  I don’t think the transgender community would want others harmed because of their insistence upon restroom rights.  After all, your rights are guaranteed by law, but not at the risk of the safety to others, I offer for consideration.

For ages, at least in the USA, there have been separated restrooms for the two genders.  Now that we have a third gender, aka transgender, and I say that respectfully, as many still have biological anatomy that may not correspond to a dress code.   So, I propose that you folks have your own restroom(s) that will be respected by everyone, be safe and secure for you, plus ALL citizens.  I further think that there should be separate cubicles in transgender restrooms for each person’s privacy so no guest can know what’s going on with the source of another guest’s evacuation route.  That makes more common sense—don’t you think?

I think politicians, who are trying to piggyback onto the transgender agenda and want to cash in politically from it, should consider the backlashes they certainly should and will be getting from parents and females regarding the unsafe restroom conditions politicians and the political correctness meme have created for more than half of the U.S. population: innocent children and mature females.

Catherine J Frompovich (website) is a retired natural nutritionist who earned advanced degrees in Nutrition and Holistic Health Sciences, Certification in Orthomolecular Theory and Practice plus Paralegal Studies. Her work has been published in national and airline magazines since the early 1980s. Catherine authored numerous books on health issues along with co-authoring papers and monographs with physicians, nurses, and holistic healthcare professionals. She has been a consumer healthcare researcher 35 years and counting.



Catherine’s latest book, published October 4, 2013, is Vaccination Voodoo, What YOU Don’t Know About Vaccines, available on Amazon.com.

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15 Comments on "Is There Such a Thing As Public Restroom Rights?"

  1. We went through this stupidity before during the women’s liberation movement, when men asserted that all bathrooms should be unisex- if women wanted full rights, then they should give up their exclusivity and privacy to have them. Cooler heads prevailed then and I’m guessing that will happen again. Transgenderism is just another cultural fad that will wane once the newness and coolness wear off and the media has moved on to some other faux cultural revolution.

  2. I have been recommending that option for many years, long before a social problem was identified. In fact, many, many places have the third set of washrooms including airports, bus terminals and train stations. Why not elsewhere also?

  3. Catherine J Frompovich | April 25, 2016 at 12:03 pm | Reply
    • The moderators of this site you write for removed my comment because I dared say the emperor has no clothes. I wrote the ugly truth about these transgenders (mentally unbalanced people) being used to further the divide and conquer tactics by giving them the position of protected and superior people by the social engineers and money manipulators.
      Just more deliberate chaos creation.

      As for the moderators, they now practice silencing thoughts and opinions that differ from the accepted political correct mindset.
      Controlled opposition.

  4. kennyalligood | April 25, 2016 at 12:58 pm | Reply

    Instead of going through the expense of building new facilities why not just make the choice be based on the equipment being used at the time instead of how one may be feeling that day? I guess that would be tough to enforce though. OK, seems I don’t have the solution either.

  5. It’s very disappointing to see Activist Post come down on the wrong side of this issue. Women being raped by transgender women in the girls bathroom happens so infrequently as to be statistically insignificant (it almost never happens). What does happen MUCH more frequently is that transgender women are raped by men in the boys bathroom. That’s why transgender women want to use the little girls room. Not because they want to perv over women. Get over yourselves girls. Check out the statistics and stop assuming everything’s all about you.

  6. Noam Beefheart | April 25, 2016 at 7:28 pm | Reply

    Really? We expected more from you.

  7. There’s enough sickos as it is today in the men’s and women’s bathrooms. Pervs are pervs! Why do they do this crap! THERE’S ONE THING YOU LEFTY’S NEED TO KNOW.
    IT CALLED UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES!
    I signed that petition Sat nite.

  8. Try worrying about an issue that affects more than a fraction of a percentage of the population. This could be resolved once we solve some of the problems that kill/destroy/poison ALL of us.

  9. No thanks – I like having separate bathrooms. maybe they could have a separate (another) bathroom. in other words men, women and transgender.

  10. michael lawless | April 26, 2016 at 6:52 am | Reply

    how about one bathroom for those who stand and one for those who squat
    and a special one for the freaks

  11. This is confusing because “transgender” is a meaningless word. What is it? Nowadays transgender can mean anything from a post-operative person who’s had all surgeries to those who just like to think themselves something else by wearing clothes to those who just want to perv. Clearly, this spectrum is pretty vast from one end to the other. Why do they never define “transgender” as it pertains to this bathroom issue? Instead, they would rather you just fill in the blanks with whatever.

    Idiotic.

  12. The tail doesn’t wag the dog. That laws are being constructed and propaganda endlessly flowing doesn’t change reality, just obfuscates it. on the ground, if my 12 year old niece is in a public restroom and an individual capable of growing a beards thinks theyre going to go in, he will a crisis far larger than his identity to deal with.

    That’s the reality. The deviants may attempt to shroud or cloak it in veils of deceit and punishment, but alas, the are futile exercises meant to distract, not to make anything ‘fair’.

  13. Hugo Spinoso | April 28, 2016 at 2:00 am | Reply

    i think thrillseekers could do this now anyway dress as a woman and go into the womans bathroom to do whatever,

    why would you be looking to who is who? cubicles are private and will it matter to you who starts trying to look at you go to the bathroos wheter it is a man, a woman or a transgender?

    did it matter before? where did they go i assume they went to the one they felt more confortable with? was there a problem ? did anyone noticed?

    That being said i dont see why they will be opposed to their own bathroom, but is there going to be trans woman and trans man bathroom,

    In the case of locker rooms and stuff like that wouldnt it be easier to just make them more private like bathroom cubicles?.

  14. Totally impractical. That would force every business to install new spaces (which many buildings do not have), new plumbing and fixtures all to accommodate a statistically small portion of the population. What business owner would want to incur that expense? Keep in mind that modern buildings (around since only the beginning of the 20th century) started having indoor plumbing and a “water closet”. In fact, it was called a water closet because many early homes installed their first bathroom in a closet. Not much room for anything else but a flushing toilet. Expensive, time-consuming and requiring a trained plumber to install. (We all know how much plumbers cost.)

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