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@carsonshaw25Democratfrom Oklahoma  answered…12mos

If you have a man's urinary system use the men's room. If you have a female's urinary system use the woman's room. Shouldn't matter about the "identification".

@9TMLDZ8Socialist from North Carolina commented…6mos

Yes, and the government should do more to protect minorities from discrimination

You are clearly very uneducated. Even if a trans man didn't fully "look like a man" it could give him really bad dysphoria.


also, as a non-binary person, literally no one has been able to find out my assigned sex at birth. how is anyone supposed to tell me what bathroom to use? probably because gender is a social construct and has nothing to do with what's in your pants. just because I have a certain set of chromosomes doesn't mean I can't use the family restroom and just because a trans woman may have xy chromosomes, doesn't mean she shouldn't use the women's restroom

@9TLLJTCSocialist from Oregon disagreed…6mos

Yes Yes, and the government should do more to protect minorities from discrimination

The segregation of bathrooms on the basis of gender or sex is not due to men and women having separate urinary systems. There are toilets in both bathrooms. Men and women both have bladders and a urethra. Some men don't have penises, and I'm not just talking about trans men. The segregation exists for social reasons. Forcing a hairy, muscular, transgender man to enter a woman's restroom against his will is an example of foolish government overreach.

@5R8YQXGGreenfrom California  answered…12mos

yes, and the government should do more to protect minorities from discrimination. saying that someone's gender identity or sexuality is against your religious beliefs is ridiculous. It does not force you to be aother gender who love your own sex. people are just homophobic and do not want people to be who they want to be.

@5Y98BM6Constitutionfrom Florida  answered…12mos

No, Gender identity is not real and transexualism is a disease,

@9Q3KW5PPeace and Freedom  from Kansas commented…11mos

Yes Yes, and the government should do more to protect minorities from discrimination

So what your saying is that your neither a boy nor a girl? Cool, but keep your TRANS-PHOBIC comments to yourself

@Jesse-NPeace and Freedom  from Florida disagreed…11mos

Yes Yes, and the government should do more to protect minorities from discrimination

I disagree because everyone should there own person

@69MF57GDemocratfrom Arizona  answered…12mos

Teenagers on social media should be supervised....these genders are all a result of kids having a plenty of free time. There are only 2 genders.

@9TMLDZ8Socialist from North Carolina commented…6mos

Yes, and the government should do more to protect minorities from discrimination

i think you need therapy

@5R8LNCZGreenfrom Wisconsin  answered…12mos

Yes, because the changes in our society should be reflected in the law

@5R87XBCGreenfrom Florida  answered…12mos

Absolutely. They are in a high risk population for discrimination, bullying and hate crimes.

@5YD5LKCIndependentfrom Massachusetts  answered…12mos

Gender and sex are not the same thing. This issue is not well enough understood for government to act on it. Gender is psychological, sex is biological, gender shouldn't be treated like sex and sex shouldn't be treated like gender.

@9TMLDZ8Socialist from North Carolina commented…6mos

Yes, and the government should do more to protect minorities from discrimination

Finally someone gets it!

@5RHCXG5Democratfrom California  answered…12mos

"Gender" is defined by the parts between your legs. Sexual Orientation and "feeling" like a different gender or entity is different. People shouldn't be discriminated against for anything that isn't hurting others or causing issues, however, the current state of people claiming different gender "feelings" is out of hand.

@6G5Q4T4Democratfrom Oklahoma  answered…12mos

Yes, but must be on a 504 if using public facilities at a school

@9TLLJTCSocialist from Oregon disagreed…6mos

Yes Yes, and the government should do more to protect minorities from discrimination

I don't think people should need a 504 as a precondition to use the correct restroom. The segregation exists for social reasons. Forcing a hairy, muscular, transgender man to enter a woman's restroom against his will is an example of foolish government overreach.

@644X8YXGreenfrom Arkansas  answered…12mos

I think gender identity is a huge waste of time, and recourse when we have bigger issues. These "issues" have always been there we just never focused on it for some reason.

@643MQQDLibertarianfrom Nebraska  answered…12mos

I side with science. You know. The thing that decides everything.

@9TMLDZ8Socialist from North Carolina commented…6mos

Yes, and the government should do more to protect minorities from discrimination

good because scientist say that sex is what is determined at birth and gender identity/gender expression is a social construct. I, too, am a science believer. I don't believe in god, I believe vaccines work, and I believe trans women are women!

@5R7GTWYLibertarianfrom Missouri  answered…12mos

@69TT68RLibertarianfrom California  answered…12mos

The person should have to submit a form re-registering as the sex they are identifying as. To prevent mentally unstable from changing their mind every other day. Allow those changing their sexual identity to do so.

@5YLDJCVLibertarianfrom Illinois  answered…12mos

No. We don't need to encourage the victim mentality and the sense of entitlement that goes with it. Being judged on the content of your character is most important. If you want to be a woman go ahead, leave the government out of it in general.

@5XY363KDemocratfrom Maine  answered…12mos

I sexually Identify as a steel beam. Ever since 9/11 I dreamed of getting drawn closer and closer to my melting point by jet fuel under the Twin Tower letting them drop on disgusting foreigners. People say to me that a person being a steel beam is Impossible and I’m *** retarded but I don’t care, I’m beautiful. I’m having a plastic surgeon install steel beams and jet fuel on my body. From now on I want you guys to call me “Steel Beam” and respect my right to not melt by jet fuel and kill needlessly. If you can’t accept me you’re a "steeliphobe" and need to check your metallic privilege. Thank you for being so understanding.

@5R93TFRDemocratfrom Kansas  answered…12mos

No discrimination should be tolerated, but prejudices/preferences exist for culture and like mindedness, there is no removing it, unless everyone begins thinking alike...which is group think and not good, diversity is best.

@66R2T33Republicanfrom North Carolina  answered…12mos

We have all seen each others "Junk", so to me..Naked is naked, and women's public rest rooms are nasty, so if they want to come into a men's room, not an issue with me

@9TMLDZ8Socialist from North Carolina commented…6mos

Yes, and the government should do more to protect minorities from discrimination

I mean you're a little confused but you got the spirit lol

@9XMF3F9Peace and Freedom from Missouri answered…3 days

I think that they should be because it is just like if someone had a different skin color. Someone who doesn't for sure know if they want to be male or female should not have different rights or be treated differently because they have a different preference than me. We should all be treated equally.

@9XJF4V6Greenfrom Maine  answered…6 days

Yes, if the gender identity is a legally bound to that person

@9XFGD53Women’s Equality from Utah answered…1wk

Yes, but exempt religions thats their decision not the governments or societies

@9X9BMTDVeteran from Connecticut answered…2wks

@9TWJ7YFLibertarian from Texas answered…5mos

No, and repeal anti-discrimination laws for private companies we should address gender identity as a mental health issue and provide funds for more research and care

@9TW8XB9Green from Oregon answered…5mos

Its nobody else's business what your sexual orientation or gender identity is. Whatever pronouns someone wants to be called by should be respected though. Treat everyone with dignity regardless if your beliefs.

@ClaycastWomen’s Equality from Indiana answered…5mos

Not until more research is done on gender identity from a scientific perspective

@9TGJS36Women’s Equalityfrom Guam  answered…6mos

@9TFCQ22Veteran from Pennsylvania answered…6mos

No. Anyone can be any gender, however, your biological sex is determined at birth or during pregnancy.

@9T5K7VPDemocrat from Missouri answered…6mos

No but I think that if the person is clearly doing it on purpose it should

@9T4T3CLLibertarian from Alabama answered…6mos

No, and there are scientifically/genetically 3 genders/sexes. (Male, Female, and The Hermaphrodite.)

@John-McKinneyPeace and Freedom from Rhode Island answered…8mos

Yes, and the government should do more to protect minorities from discrimination. However I don't think it's as big of issue as they make it out to be.

@9SBQPN4Republican from Texas answered…8mos

@9S9XLG2Veteran from Louisiana answered…8mos

@9QFCSLFWomen’s Equality from Texas answered…11mos

I belive there are only two genders, but I belive that those who identify differently soildent be discriminated against

@9QFBX8QIndependent from Ohio answered…11mos

@9QBVFP4Constitution from North Carolina answered…11mos

I believe that there are only two genders, but I also agree that people should not be discriminated on what they believe in.

@9QBCX3BTranshumanist from North Carolina answered…11mos

You have the right to change your gender if you can afford to pay for it

@9Q93YPLRepublican from Michigan answered…11mos

@9Q8XZPCTranshumanist from Georgia answered…11mos

Yes, but I feel that there are certain things that they should not be able to do.

@9Q8HPG2Peace and Freedom from Pennsylvania answered…11mos

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