The UK’s Girl Scouts (Girl Guides) are opting for the most points possible by letting non-transitioned “trans” folk shower with girls. Bingo!
For the first time, Girlguiding’s official guidance instructs guide leaders to allow members who were born male but now identify as female to share changing rooms, toilets and sleeping quarters with girls when away on excursions.
The 107-year-old organisation updated its rules, which apply to members aged from five to 25, to allow transgender girls to “share accommodation with other young members if they wish” and use the same facilities.
It adds: “Members are allowed to use the facilities of the gender they self-identify as.”
The Government announced in July that it was to allow adults to legally challenge their gender without facing “demeaning” rules that force people to undergo a formal medical diagnosis.
Wouldn’t want a diagnosis of dysphoria getting in the way of progress. By that reasoning, I am now a paraplegic.
I command a speedy wheelchair with ghost flames. Scratch that. I want four shirtless men to escort me on a throne with poles over their busty shoulders. No medical diagnosis required. Get it right or I’ll sue.
There are concerns, however, that sharing accommodation and personal facilities will threaten the safety and privacy of girls, especially as parents of younger members would not be automatically told if their daughter was sharing such facilities.
So that snippet seems rather relevant. All this shower sharing going on and parents are none the wiser. You must know and respect tranny pronouns, but they don’t have to respect your child’s right to shower without catching a glimpse of an unwanted penile body part. Sounds about right. See: This is a WHOLE NEW LEVEL of Liberalism — Transgender-ism — Transspecies Alien Transgender (Video) or Jenna Jameson SLAMS Playboy’s ‘Ridiculous’ Choice To Feature A Transgender Model
The transgender movement doesn’t mix well with kids. More on that below.
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