Great news if you’re a New York City guy who thinks you’re a girl: you’ll now be able to take a whizz in the ladies’ room!
That’s called “progress” by the same people who think that Al Franken is qualified to be a U.S. Senator.
On Monday, Mayor Bill de Blasio signed an executive order allowing transgender individuals to choose whether to use the male or female bathrooms and locker rooms at city facilities.
Yes, it’s a total shock that a mayor who’s keen on radical socialism would sign an order like that.
Oh, by the way, I am obligated to remind you that the World Health Organization considers transsexualism a mental disorder.
And I’m sure nothing bad can come from a big city mayor legitimizing a mental disorder.
Maybe next week de Blasio can sign an order allowing kleptomaniacs to steal stuff from retail businesses in the city.
Specifically, the order states that trannies can use the bathroom “that most closely aligns with their gender identity or expression without being required to show identification, medical documentation, or any other form of proof or verification of gender.”
That means you can just say you’re a girl, even if you’re a guy, and walk into the ladies’ room.
When the people in the ladies’ room object because you don’t have a vagina (unlike the normal people in the ladies’ room), you can just say you don’t need no stinkin’ documentation that you’re a gal because Mayor de Blasio authorized it.
“Too many transgender and gender nonconforming New Yorkers have been harassed,” de Blasio said. “They’ve been made to feel out of place and uncomfortable.”
Yes, people with a mental illness often feel out of place and uncomfortable. That’s par for the course.
It’s worth noting, though, that the order allows for exceptions “under extreme circumstances.”
What could qualify as one of those “extreme circumstances”?
An incident within the prison system.
So if you’re a woman who’s uncomfortable with exposing your private parts around a guy in a New York City restroom, consider committing a crime and going to prison.