The Obvious Question Everyone is Ignoring In this Nasty Transgender Bathroom Story

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The Obvious Question Everyone is Ignoring In this Nasty Transgender Bathroom Story

Yes­ter­day I saw this story that didn’t do a lot of good for those push­ing Trans­gen­derism:

A five-​year-​old girl allegedly was sex­u­ally assaulted at school in the girls’ bath­room by a boy who iden­ti­fies as gender-​fluid, spark­ing an inves­ti­ga­tion by the U.S. Depart­ment of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) into the Decatur, Geor­gia school’s trans­gen­der bath­room policy.

The details are not pleasant:

“As [Vic­tim] was emerg­ing from a stall, the Assailant pushed her against a wall, pushed his hand between her legs, and repeat­edly felt and poked at her gen­i­tals … while she strug­gled and called out for him to stop,” reads the legal com­plaint, dated May 22, 2018. “No one came to help.”

That’s about as bad as it gets but there was a detail in the story that really jumped out at me, the boy, was also five years old.

Now while some might look at this story as an argu­ment against Trans­gen­der bath­rooms (it is) and oth­ers might look at is as a great exam­ple of the cow­ardice and feck­less­ness of a school dis­trict (it is) but the first thing that came to my mind is?

What kind of five-​year old does this?

Regard­less of the how fluid or non-​fluid some kid thinks of him­self, her­self or itself as a gen­eral rule it doesn’t occur to a five-​year old to push other kids against a wall, stick their hands between some­one else’s legs and start explor­ing like Colum­bus look­ing for a faster route to India.

I sub­mit and sug­gest that a five-​year old doesn’t do this unless they are in an envi­ron­ment where such behav­ior is vis­i­ble and common.

I don’t have a lot of trust in gov­ern­ment when it comes to other people’s chil­dren but if there was ever a time that some­one in author­ity needed to exam­ine what’s going on a kid’s house this is it.

I pre­sume that this will not be done as to do so might cause said author­i­ties to be con­sid­ered big­oted by the left, and what’s the safety of a few lit­tle girls next to mak­ing sure adults aren’t thought of badly by liberals.

As Stacy McCain often says, peo­ple need to wake the hell up.

Yesterday I saw this story that didn’t do a lot of good for those pushing Transgenderism:

A five-year-old girl allegedly was sexually assaulted at school in the girls’ bathroom by a boy who identifies as gender-fluid, sparking an investigation by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) into the Decatur, Georgia school’s transgender bathroom policy.

The details are not pleasant:

“As [Victim] was emerging from a stall, the Assailant pushed her against a wall, pushed his hand between her legs, and repeatedly felt and poked at her genitals … while she struggled and called out for him to stop,” reads the legal complaint, dated May 22, 2018. “No one came to help.”

That’s about as bad as it gets but there was a detail in the story that really jumped out at me,  the boy, was also five years old.

Now while some might look at this story as an argument against Transgender bathrooms (it is) and others might look at is as a great example of the cowardice and fecklessness of a school district (it is) but the first thing that came to my mind is?

What kind of five-year old does this?

Regardless of the how fluid or non-fluid some kid thinks of himself, herself or itself as a general rule it doesn’t occur to a five-year old to push other kids against a wall, stick their hands between someone else’s legs and start exploring like Columbus looking for a faster route to India.

I submit and suggest that a five-year old doesn’t do this unless they are in an environment where such behavior is visible and common.

I don’t have a lot of trust in government when it comes to other people’s children but if there was ever a time that someone in authority needed to examine what’s going on a kid’s house this is it.

I presume that this will not be done as to do so might cause said authorities to be considered bigoted by the left, and what’s the safety of a few little girls next to making sure adults aren’t thought of badly by liberals.

As Stacy McCain often says, people need to wake the hell up.