The Bathrooms In The Brave New Liberal World

For the record, there is really no such thing as “transgender.” There are only severely mentally ill people who have had themselves surgically mutilated so that they can appear to be members of the opposite gender.

Now, in order to please them and stick it to Christians who might, you know, actually take the Bible seriously and believe that gay sex, among many, many other things, is a sin, they’re going to actually go so far as to create a state full of co-ed bathrooms in Colorado,

A new “transgender nondiscrimination” bill pending in Colorado, which would make it illegal to deny a person access to public accommodations including restrooms and locker rooms based on gender identity or the “perception” of gender identity, is one signature away from being law.

Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter, a Democrat, has one week to sign or veto Senate Bill 200, recently passed by both the House and the Senate. The bill, titled “Expanded Discrimination Prohibitions,” holds this definition:

“‘Sexual orientation’ means a person’s orientation toward heterosexuality, homosexuality, bisexuality, or transgender status or another person’s perception thereof.”

According to the bill, business owners and managers of restaurants, gyms, barber shops, massage parlors, etc., and managers of “public [facilities] of any kind whether indoor or outdoor” cannot deny a person employment or access to a facility based on gender identity or that “perception.”

…Stephens said she made two “major” amendments to SB200 “that give a minute amount of protection, and that’s nothing compared to the expanse of what this bill’s going to go after.”

“…Lest we think that this is just the ‘bathroom bill,’ I’d like us also to realize that this really is about Christian business people being able to practice their faith through their profession,” Stephens said today, citing an Albuquerque photographer who refused to photograph a same sex couple’s ceremony, was brought before the New Mexico Civil Rights Commission, found guilty and fined $6,000.

Dobson said that the Colorado bill, if made law, will be “coming to every state in the country.”

Mock the poor people of Colorado, who are having to put up with the nonsense if you like, but the only difference between the liberals in Colorado pushing this vile bill and the liberals in DC is numbers. If it’s perverse, anti-American, unpatriotic, anti-capitalistic, or anti-Christian, you can count on the Left to support it. After the upcoming election, when they add to their numbers in Congress and may take over the White House, too, God only knows what sort of horrific legislation they’ll try to push through.

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