Overcoming Transgender Toilet Temptation at the National Press Club

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Overcoming Transgender Toilet Temptation at the National Press Club

Car­di­nal Borusa: As I believe I told you long ago, Doc­tor, you will never amount to any­thing in the galaxy while you retain your propen­sity for vul­gar facetiousness.

Doc­tor Who: The Deadly Assas­sin 1976

As you, dear reader might have noticed I have an odd and occa­sion­ally twisted sense of humor that has its roots in a com­bi­na­tion of the Three Stooges, Monty Python, aug­mented with a bit of the Marx broth­ers, 60’s TV mil­i­tary humor (F Troop & McHale’s Navy and Hogan’s Heroes) and assorted British Humor (Black Adder, Yes Min­is­ter, Red Dwarf) for good mea­sure. This sense is occa­sion­ally wildly inap­pro­pri­ate & even bor­der­ing on a vio­la­tion of the 2nd Com­mand­ment requir­ing con­fes­sion although I insist that God has a sense of humor evi­denced by his cre­ation of man).

What you may not know is that it occa­sion­ally takes a large amount of effort to resist deploy­ing that humor either ver­bally or phys­i­cal when such things occur to me on the spur of the moment. One such moment took place at the dur­ing the CIS event at the National Press Club.

Dur­ing a rather excel­lent pre­sen­ta­tion I found the call of nature stronger than the pull of Mark’s pre­sen­ta­tion and had to excuse myself hur­riedly to the rest room, arriv­ing there I found the men’s room was being cleaned and at the time I did not know the loca­tion of the alternative.

That’s when it hit me.

I was in Wash­ing­ton DC, a bas­tion of ultra lib­er­al­ism, fur­ther­more I was in the national press club and orga­ni­za­tion whose mem­bers have adopted lib­eral iden­tity pol­i­tics even to the point of the absur­dity that if one does not accept the far left’s meme on the Trans­gen­der bath­room busi­ness you were a bigot, prac­ti­cally an unperson.

What would hap­pen if instead of ask­ing one of the very friendly staff of the press club I sim­ply used the ladies room?

How would the press club react? How COULD they react? Surely the fact that I wear­ing a fedora , dressed in a suit and tie and clearly had not shaved (I for­got to pack razors) had no bear­ing on my sex­ual iden­tity? In fact those mem­bers of the press club unfa­mil­iar with Doc­tor Who in gen­eral and the Fourth Doc­tor in par­tic­u­lar might have decided my long multi col­ored scarf (known as a “doc­tor who” scarf) was a sign of mem­ber­ship or at least affin­ity in the LGBT community.

After all there are many events at the press club, many highly pop­u­lated by lib­er­als, what would a lib­eral woman say see­ing me in the ladies room?
Would she dare ques­tion me, con­front me, or even give me an odd look? Would she dare say a word to the peo­ple in charge? Or would the fear of being accused of a proper lack of diver­sity drive her to silence? She might find her­self ashamed at even think­ing such a thing and instead brag to her friends how accept­ing it was for her to be “com­fort­able” with a 270 man in the ladies room with her. Accom­mo­dat­ing me was the ulti­mate in virtue sig­nal­ing and if she was a proper lib­eral, par­tic­u­larly a lib­eral reporter tell the story with pride to every­one she knew.

On the other hand what if she DID report me?

Would the staff dare con­front me? What would they say if I refused to give an expla­na­tion? What would they do if they asked me my sex­ual ori­en­ta­tion and I told them it was bluntly that not only was it none of their bus but how DARE they even ques­tion me upon it? How would such a story play in the very papers where the mem­ber of that press club exco­ri­ate those who insist that there is in fact such a thing as men and women and act accord­ingly? Would they risk being seen as on the wrong side of an issue that the Demo­c­rat party is play­ing for all it is worth?

The comic poten­tial for this deci­sion was seem­ingly limitless!

Alas it was not to be, my comedic nature was over­come by my sense of pros­per­ity, par­tic­u­larly as an invited guest and instead I asked some­one where the other men’s room was and went there.

But I can’t help but think that it would be an inter­est­ing exper­i­ment, not only at the press club but at any lib­eral insti­tu­tion to see what might hap­pen in that situation.

It would be fun to find out wouldn’t it, but it will take some­one less invested in pro­pri­etary to do so.


While CIS kindly spon­sored my atten­dance at their event there are still quite a few inci­den­tal expenses involved, not the least of which was the loss of two days pay from my reg­u­lar job (my thanks to them BTW for per­mit­ting me the time off to accept CIS’ invitation)

Addi­tion­ally and as you might have noticed with 2016 nearly 50% com­plete our annual goal for DaTip­Jar is only at 19.6%

If you like the inter­views you see here over the next day or two and the work done here by me and my mag­nif­i­cent seven blog­gers in gen­eral please con­sider hit­ting DaTipJar




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Cardinal Borusa: As I believe I told you long ago, Doctor, you will never amount to anything in the galaxy while you retain your propensity for vulgar facetiousness.

Doctor Who: The Deadly Assassin 1976

As you, dear reader might have noticed I have an odd and occasionally twisted sense of humor that has its roots in a combination of the Three Stooges, Monty Python, augmented with a bit of the Marx brothers, 60’s TV military humor (F Troop & McHale’s Navy and Hogan’s Heroes) and assorted British Humor (Black Adder, Yes Minister, Red Dwarf) for good measure.  This sense is occasionally wildly inappropriate & even bordering on a violation of the 2nd Commandment requiring confession although I insist that God has a sense of humor evidenced by his creation of man).

What you may not know is that it occasionally takes a large amount of effort to resist deploying that humor either verbally or physical when such things occur to me on the spur of the moment.  One such moment took place at the during the CIS event at the National Press Club.

During a rather excellent presentation I found the call of nature stronger than the pull of Mark’s presentation and had to excuse myself hurriedly to the rest room, arriving there I found the men’s room was being cleaned and at the time I did not know the location of the alternative.

That’s when it hit me.

I was in Washington DC, a bastion of ultra liberalism, furthermore I was in the national press club and organization whose members have adopted liberal identity politics even to the point of the absurdity that if one does not accept the far left’s meme on the Transgender bathroom business you were a bigot, practically an unperson.

What would happen if instead of asking one of the very friendly staff of the press club I simply used the ladies room?

How would the press club react?  How COULD they react?  Surely the fact that I wearing a fedora , dressed in a suit and tie and clearly had not shaved (I forgot to pack razors) had no bearing on my sexual identity?  In fact those members of the press club unfamiliar with Doctor Who in general and the Fourth Doctor in particular might have decided my long multi colored scarf  (known as a  “doctor who” scarf) was a sign of membership or at least affinity in the LGBT community.

After all there are many events at the press club, many highly populated by liberals, what would a liberal woman say seeing me in the ladies room?
Would she dare question me, confront me, or even give me an odd look? Would she dare say a word to the people in charge?  Or would the fear of being accused of a proper lack of diversity drive her to silence?  She might find herself ashamed at even thinking such a thing and instead brag to her friends how accepting it was for her to be “comfortable” with a 270 man in the ladies room with her. Accommodating me was the ultimate in virtue signaling and if she was a proper liberal, particularly a liberal reporter tell the story with pride to everyone she knew.

On the other hand what if she DID report me?

Would the staff dare confront me? What would they say if I refused to give an explanation?  What would they do if they asked me my sexual orientation and I told them it was bluntly that not only was it none of their bus but how DARE they even question me upon it?  How would such a story play in the very papers where the member of that press club excoriate those who insist that there is in fact such a thing as men and women and act accordingly? Would they risk being seen as on the wrong side of an issue that the Democrat party is playing for all it is worth?

The comic potential for this decision was seemingly limitless!

Alas it was not to be, my comedic nature was overcome by my sense of prosperity, particularly as an invited guest and instead I asked someone where the other men’s room was and went there.

But I can’t help but think that it would be an interesting experiment, not only at the press club but at any liberal institution to see what might happen in that situation.

It would be fun to find out wouldn’t it, but it will take someone less invested in proprietary to do so.


While CIS kindly sponsored my attendance at their event there are still quite a few incidental expenses involved, not the least of which was the loss of two days pay from my regular job (my thanks to them BTW for permitting me the time off to accept CIS’ invitation)

Additionally and as you might have noticed with 2016 nearly 50% complete our annual goal for DaTipJar is only at 19.6%

If you like the interviews you see here over the next day or two and the work done here by me and my magnificent seven bloggers in general please consider hitting DaTipJar




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If we can somehow double our annual goal then I would be a position to cover national events without requiring the sponsorship of the groups putting them on to attend.


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