In California, Just Walk Into Any Bathroom, Anytime

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Walk in and in California you may find this …

Date:11/04/2014 Rep:Tim MacFarlan Ref:BE84435 Contact:Roxanne Yeatman- 02034419826 Address:3 Ricardo Path, Thamesmead, SE28 8AQ.Ê Title: Stolen corsetsÊ Roxanne Yeatman, 65, claims she had three corsets and four suspender belts stolen from her front room by a lodger she had taken in for a week because she was getting beaten up by her boyfriend. She is transgender and is hoping to have the op to fully become a woman sometime this year.Ê Pics of her in one of her remaining corsets looking grumpy (and as outrageous as possible).

California. It’s long been known as the home of fruits, nuts, and flakes. The “serial” state. That has taken on new meaning with the introduction of legislation by a San Francisco Assemblyman.

A new bill proposed by Assemblyman Phil Ting (D-San Francisco) AB 1732, would force businesses, government buildings and other public venues to stop identifying single-use restrooms as either male or female and identify themselves as “all-gender” instead.

On the California State Assembly Democratic Caucus website, Ting stated, “Restrooms are a necessity of life. Access to them influences our ability to participate in public life. Signs restricting single-use restroom access by gender create problems of convenience, fairness, and safety.

My favorite part Of Assemblyman King’s comment is this:

They defy common sense, which is why many of us ignore them.

“Common sense”?

Common sense moved out of California to Texas a couple of decades ago.

Needless to say the National Organization For Liberal Women is solidly on board.

Jerilyn Stapleton, President of California NOW, added, “When nature calls, women frequently have to wait. We shouldn’t have to wait or postpone having our needs fairly met in public. Everyone should experience equal waiting time.

The half-dozen conservatives left in California are gearing up to fight this legislation.

 


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