Last week, I wrote about the Arcadia School District near Los Angeles that decided to allow a girl who claims to be transgender to use the boys bathrooms, locker room and showers. Anatomically, the girl is still a girl and there is no telling what might happen to her by boys in the locker room or shower.
The school district caved into pressure from the Obama administration who threatened to take action against them if they didn’t allow the girl to use the boys’ facilities, regardless if it trampled on the rights of every boy in the school. Gay activists have been quite successful in obtaining preferential treatment at the expense of everyone else’s rights and they are loving every minute of it.
In that article, I raised the red danger flag for girls saying:
“Parents of girls should be doubly worried. All a boy has to do is to tell the school that they now want to be a girl and they will be able to walk in with your daughters, strip and shower in front of them without any consequence. Your daughters’ innocence will be violated along with her right to privacy and decency.”
The weird case of ABC newsman Don Ennis only helps to prove my point. In May, Ennis showed up for work at ABC wearing a black dress and wig. He announced to his co-workers that he was a transgender and insisted on going by the name of Dawn. During that time, he used the ladies facilities at the news center and carried on as if he were a woman.
Now, Ennis is sporting his bald pate, wearing a men’s suit and once again answering to the name of Don. He claims he experienced a bout of transient global amnesia that caused him to believe it was 1999 and that he was a woman. According to Ennis, his mother gave him female hormones when he was younger and that those hormones are responsible for him growing breasts and for his episode.
Ennis sent an email out to his colleagues saying:
“I am writing to let you know I’m changing my name . . . to Don Ennis. That will be my name again, now and forever. And it appears I’m not transgender after all.” “I have retained the much different mind-set I had in 1999: I am now totally, completely, unabashedly male in my mind, despite my physical attributes.” “I’m asking all of you who accepted me as a transgender to now understand: I was misdiagnosed.” “I am already using the men’s room and dressing accordingly.”
Yes, he’s once again using the men’s room as he should have been all along. Now imagine a junior or senior high school boy who just wants the thrill of looking at your daughters in the bathroom, locker room or shower, so he suddenly claims to be transgender. For a week, month or longer, he dresses like a girl, just so he can satisfy his lustful voyeuristic cravings. When he’s had enough or tired of acting like a girl, he claims it was some form of transient global amnesia or any other excuse and that he’s come to his senses and realizes that he’s a boy after all.
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