They could argue how the company blurring Erica is normal because she showed her breasts and it was not for a general audience. However, when companies censor women, they censor their breasts, buttocks, and vagina, but with Erica, who is a transgender woman, the company censored all of her which does not add up. From this evidence, there is bias against Erica because she is transgender. Also, people could argue that Ma only uses bandages to cover Erica’s breasts since her mother is transphobic. But, in literature and especially short stories, symbolism is widely used and an idea as practical as, ‘because her mother is transphobic’ would not work because of the words in the quote such as, “vanishing” and “like they never existed” are perfectly in one sentence along with both words relating to invisibility.
Christina’s first paragraph in her article begins as though bringing up a topic in a conversation. She continues to explain what cisgender means and how transgender people are taking it upon themselves to implement and use vocabulary that best describes them, as it is their right. Her thesis is brought up abundantly, “So what? How could it possibly affect you? What business is it of yours?
Hamster balls are for human entertainment, not for hamsters. Please don 't put your hamster inside a hamster ball. No Water and No Food If your hamster decides that it is hungry or thirsty, there is nothing that it can do to satisfy that need. It can not get out without your permission and intervention. There is no designated bathroom area If your hamster pees, then it is going to be rolling around in the strong, smelly liquid.
Machan used an inverted sentence, “up pops this frog”(5), to show that Hazel doesn’t understand how the frog got there. She is mystified by the frog. On the next line though, she says, “musta come from the sewer”(6). When she realizes this, she is repulsed by it. After that, she tries to flush it, and the frog offers to make her a princess, and at first she might of considered it when she says “me a princess”(13), however, Hazel quickly remembers that she is happy not being a princess.
For the past year society's standards of homosexuals has changed dramatically, last summer gay marriage has been legalized in all 50 states in the us. Now sympathizers of transgender are trying to advocate for bathroom changes for transgender, these people are demanding equal rights to bathrooms that they associate with. I personally find this outrageous and immoral. The concept is very ludicrous, why are we allowing people to choose their gender? It’s ridiculous, I personally believe or would like to think that all children were raised as one gender, and that their parents educated them on the simple concept of where to use the restrooms.
Some people might wonder everyday, how are men different from women? Both genders are being criticized by the society. According to M’liss Dewald, who wrote the article Gender Roles Affect Everyone, gender and sex are two different things. Sex refers to a biological difference, while gender is a social construct that society emphasizes through accrediting the expectations for the sexes. Even though media still portrays the stereotype that women are supposed to clean and do housework, men can actually clean and do housework, too which makes the stereotype outdated.
Later, the author continues to use imagery as describing the rest room. Ehrenreich mentions “The regulation poster in the single unisex rest room admonishes us to wash our hands thoroughly,” in her essay; However, there is almost no one following the instruction because “there is always some vital substance missing—soap, paper towels, toilet paper”. Although workers may want to follow the instructions, it is impossible for them to do so because they “never found all three at once ”. The effect of describing the deficient rest room is to highlight the fact that the owner of the restaurant is so stingy to the workers that the owner refuses to provide enough substance. Thus, the readers can better understand the terrible environment that the workers live in.
These people should not be able to use a bathroom that they identify as, however they should use the bathroom that they were born as. Emma Green the author of Half of Americans Don’t Think Transgender People Should Be Able to Pick Their Bathroom, states in her article that “Americans are still divided on transgender rights and identity. In a new study from Pew Research Center, 46 percent of respondents said transgender people should be required, presumably by law, to “use the public restrooms of the gender they were born into.” Fifty-one percent of those surveyed said the opposite—that transgender people should be allowed to use the restroom of their choice.” During the article Green uses many examples of surveys done by other places as well. Some of her examples are a CBS survey, Gallup poll, and even a New York Times poll. She uses these examples to show how each public poll done is not 100% accurate.
I’ve met cases who went from male to female thinking prince charming is coming around the corner on a white horse. Well, there aren’t very many prince charmings around. I would say look my dear, when you go through sex reassignment surgery you are confronting everything an average woman is confronting… Get off the dream boat.” (Emphasis Supplied) In another interview, Christine Jorgensen was asked about Transgender people with horrible stories about them feeling the phantom penis back, problems with urination and psychological problems caused by surgery done without proper
The restaurant Munchy’s is banning students from noon to three and that is unjust to teenagers. Munchy is claiming that teenagers are noisy and will disconcert the adults. The business is banning them to bring more adults in due to the data that said adults provide the maximum amount of the money. Teenagers are angry though and are planning a protest. Munchy has a populous amount of advocates, but however there are an abundant of others who oppose the idea and think it is unjust.
They can’t have health care because they don’t have any papers to help them communicate to get their health helping health care for if they get hurt doing the jobs we don’t do. When they are taken Medication and Jackets are taken away for “safety”, which doesn’t help them with their problem and it could make them sicker. Family, Her family was tortured and put in a train that had criminals on it, they had people that could hurt her and her family on the train but that was the only way that they would be able to get to the U.S and get
A person who gets sick from chlorine poisoning that is forced to swim can sue the pool or even the government if they make the person swim. For these reasons, Americans should not be required to swim. It causes job opportunities to decrease. Pools cost a lot of money. Lastly, the requirement can be harmful to people allergic to chlorine.
Reno she states how the different bathroom bills were rejected and put to vote. “The bill would allow transgender people to use the restroom which they would identify themselves as.” For it to come down as a law or bill shows how much the members of the LGBT community are seen as aliens to others. There was also a thought of having paperwork to use the restroom as well. Agreeing with Edith if it was an emergency to use the restroom and the paperwork wasn’t on the person they would have to “try to prove it or hold it,” which is ridiculous. Gender neutral bathrooms are a hot and cold situation meaning that because someone trans can’t use the restroom they identify as they have no choice but to use a gender neutral restroom.