Dr. James A, PhD
My wife and I have decided to self-identify as ‘One Flesh’. After all, that is a sincerely held belief by most Christians (Matthew 19:5). If a transgender can self-identify as a monopersonal character with two genders, then why can’t two genders self-identify as one person?
Therefore when my wife and I enter any establishment where transgender bathrooms are in use, we are going in to the same bathroom together… as one flesh 🙂
Furthermore, we’ve had it with stores discriminating against our pets. Generally, pets are not allowed in stores unless a person is blind. Not only is that discriminatory against those with good vision, but it vitiates the rights of our K-9 that self-identifies as a transgender human. So if our dog wants to use the bathroom, it would be a hate crime to prohibit our German Shepherd -who has self-identified as a transgender human- from entering the bathroom with my wife & I.
Of course, there may be some women who object to a man entering the restroom with his wife and dog, but who are you bigots to refer to me as a man instead of what I choose to self-identify as? It would be hateful to object to my presence as a man in a women’s or transgender bathroom when I have self-identified with my wife as one flesh. If she is my “other half”, then who dares to prohibit her from using the restroom without being whole? Isn’t that why we’re catering to other transgenders? so that they can “be whole”? And why aren’t animal rights activists standing up for the rights of my dog?
If you think this is ridiculous, just wait.