Thursday, November 17, 2011

Bathroom Brou-ha-ha

Oh geesh, here we go again with sexual deviants demanding we treat their particular perversion du jour as normal.  A Colorado 16 year old Fort Collins High School student was suspended for 3 days last month for using the girl's bathroom instead of the staff restroom. Trouble is...wait for it...the student is a BOY!  Oh, pardon me, he's "transgender." Let me get a tissue and explain this sad, travesty of justice.

Dionne Malikowski explains that, "Transgender is to be one sex that feels like they're the other sex."  HE admits that HE and "other transgender students" were previously warned to use the staff restroom instead of the boy's or girl's restroom but since there aren't that many staff restrooms, "When you have to pee, you have to pee."  So HE used the girl's bathroom.

"I cried and I told them that it was really messed up for them to do that to me, and they were like, 'We've warned you before,' and I was just like, 'Obviously you don't understand what it's like."

 No, Dionne, we don't like, understand because we're not like, attention seeking, bored teenagers with questionable language skills who like, think we should have been born the opposite sex of what God made us. If you're THAT mixed up, look down your pants and it will make more sense.

HE whines that HE and another screwed up friend, Kurt Peters, also 16 but born female, are, "Normal teenagers. We're just like everybody else."  Kurt goes on to add, "They really messed up here."

Dionne says HE will be transferring to another school and believes the policy is discriminatory.  "I want to be able to use the girl's bathroom without being harassed for it or suspended or having charges pressed against me."

Now, either these two are true paragons of perversity or they are the most brilliant heterosexuals in all the land.  Think about it--what better way to check out the equipment of the opposite sex in a live setting than to claim to be transgendered! They could hang out in the locker rooms and restrooms of the opposite sex all day and not be questioned because they fit right in!

Nah, after seeing them on the news, it's painfully obvious they aren't smart enough to have thought that plan up. No folks, they are as seriously screwed up as the ridiculous outfits they were wearing.  Their mothers must be so proud...

Kurt made the final statement regarding this monumental injustice by stating, "Just because we're different from everybody else doesn't mean we have to be treated different."  Wait a minute!  Didn't Dionne just say they're normal teenagers and are just like everybody else?? 

Figure it out ladies and gentlemen, whichever one you are, you can't have it both ways! Or better yet, just shut up and get back to class.

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