Arguments Against Transgender Bathrooms

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Some might argue for having transgender bathrooms in schools (to be), but there are some reasons why having transgender bathrooms should not be. Whether we begin with or end with religion it influences our take on this situation. Or maybe my argument about bullying and increased risk of being bullied in a bathroom might tug at you more. And for some of you it. might be all about the money, but here I will make 3 points supporting why transgender bathrooms should not be. "The anxiety isn't men in women's bathrooms, it's about masculinity in the wrong place," said Katherine Franke, director of Columbia law schools center for gender and sexuality law (Dastagir)."It's portrayed as a threat to women, but on a much deeper level, it's about what it means to be a man and what it means to be a woman." The above statement might be in reference to our beginnings: "God made both man and women in his image. Neither man nor woman is made more in the image of God than the other. From the beginning of the bible places both man and women at…show more content…
A man is a man no matter how he dresses, so letting him into the women's bathroom is absurd. 2. Male perverts and pedophiles disguised as women (faux transgender people) will troll women's bathrooms and sexually assault our wives and daughters" (Lee). We could argue that one might be less critically bullied by using a transgender bathroom or be bullied more by using a bathroom with others of a different gender. For example girls bulling a transgender male using the same restroom as them. School age children already often feel they are up against the world suffering endless bullying. Gender identity only further complicates the chances of being bullied but to put male children with females in a bathroom or female children in a bathroom full of males only puts those children at greater risk of being bullied by their peers. And scarier, being bullied behind heavy wooden bathroom doors out of sight of teachers and school
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