You wouldn't mind... fine. Got it. Many do. You feel safe getting naked in a group of men. Great. Got it. Most women don't. That is why they are covering themselves and changing out of view. Hell... you are arguing to just strip wherever and whenever because statistics show that you are safe. Great. Got it. Problem is that many, and I, have valid opinions. We don't want to change in front of the opposite gender. Basically... get over it.She is no more protected from those things by banning men than by allowing them in. No one has shown any evidence that men and women sharing public, monitored (attendant or people nearby) locker rooms protects women more than just allowing women in there. This is especially true when the main method of determining if someone is male or female is observation. There is not a pecker checker at the door. They don't do DNA testing to determine if someone has male or female chromosomes. They don't even ask for an ID that shows legal sex before anyone may enter the locker rooms.
Wrong. She doesn't want a "MAN" in the woman's locker room. Show a quote of hers complaining solely about her disapproving of a transgendered person and you will have a point... until then you should really stop this line of argument because you are 100% wrong.No. She is being called a "bigot" because of her reaction to her own discomfort about the transgendered woman being in the locker room. It is her reaction, her assumptions that a transgendered woman, who may still physically be a man, is a higher threat to her or other women than another woman using that locker room is without any actual evidence of this. It would be the same as saying that allowing black women into the locker room makes her uncomfortable because she views them as a higher threat to her than white or Asian women. There is no evidence of this being true, but she still believes it. And if she reacted in a similar fashion to the gym "allowing" blacks in the locker room she uses, she would have no support and be called out for her bigotry right away.
Excuse me but that is crap. You guys are arguing that it is the discomfort. Everybody reacts and if you are claiming that she did not want a transgendered in but did not complain about it that THAT would make her not guilty of bigotry that is retarded... people are bigots regardless of their expressing it.The reaction to the discomfort is where she becomes bigoted, not the discomfort itself.
She is not a bigot for disliking a transgendered in there but she is a bigot because she "Expressed it"?