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  • LEGAL IN SEATTLE: Man Drops Pants In Women’s Locker Room

    Seattle recently altered it’s laws to accommodate the changing times. People are not restricted by their birth sex. They can now legally enter and use whatever bathroom they identify with the most.

    Designed to provide a safe environment for the world’s transgender individuals, this man exhibited none of the external cues of being “Trans” but thanks to the new laws he legally enter the women’s locker and undressed.

    From KREM Channel 2:

    Seattle Parks and Recreation is facing a first-of-a-kind challenge to gender bathroom rules. A man undressed in a women’s locker room, citing a new state rule that allows people to choose a bathroom based on gender identity.

    It was a busy time at Evans Pool around 5:30pm Monday February 8. The pool was open for lap swim. According to Seattle Parks and Recreation, a man wearing board shorts entered the women’s locker room and took off his shirt. Women alerted staff, who told the man to leave, but he said “the law has changed and I have a right to be here.”

    “Really bizarre,” MaryAnne Sato said. “I can’t imagine why they would want to do that anyway!”

    Sato uses the locker room a few times a week, but she says this is a first for her. It’s also a first for Seattle Parks and Recreation. Employees report that the man made no verbal or physical attempt to identify as a woman, yet he still cited a new rule that allows bathroom choice based on gender identification.

    The issue drew protesters from both sides to Olympia on Monday. Opponents claim the rule opens up bathrooms to voyeurs but supporters say that’s an unrealistic fear.

    No one was arrested in this case and police weren’t called, even though the man returned a second time while young girls were changing for swim practice.

    “Sort of works against the point they’re trying to make. They’re causing people to feel exposed and vulnerable with the intention of reducing people feeling exposed and vulnerable,” said pool regular Aldan Shank.

    Whether the man really is a transgender person or just someone out to find the limits of the law remains to be seen.

    As far as policy to protect everyone, Seattle Parks spokesman David Takami says they’re still working on the issue. Right now, there’s no specific protocol for how someone should demonstrate their gender in order to access a bathroom.  Employees just rely on verbal identification or physical appearance, and this man offered neither.

    No matter what happens here, Seattle is definitely reaping what they’ve sown. In a desire to include every group under the sun, unintended consequences are sure to play out.


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