>>211935>does it affect you in any actual way?
Yes. It does. Trans people are demanding to be in female-only spaces such as bathrooms, changing rooms and sleeping areas. I feel bad not wanting them there but as you can see from the other threads, this is usually just a fetish for men. I've hid in the bathrooms with friends who were drugged at night clubs, I want to be able to be in a private area without feeling vulnerable to men's eyes. Women always bring their male children into the bathrooms with them, why is that? Because we don't trust men. Why am I suddenly supposed to be able to trust one after they've gotten a boob job and they dress like a prostitute? Anyway, if everything becomes gender neutral, it won't just be the ones who "pass" that will be allowed into women's spaces because that would be insulting to them. Everyone, even if they're over 6ft, with a beard and men's clothing will be allowed to freely walk into a women's changing room because who are you to say they're not a woman?
It's very much affecting us. I think I've said this before somewhere else on the website, but trans people in my country are now requesting that women now be called "uterus carriers" because trans men have uteruses and trans women feel left out smfh. I refuse to be called a "uterus carrier" and reduced to an object, to my reproductive organs. I'm a human being, thanks.
I'm 100% for trans people having the same rights as me and I don't want them to have to suffer bullying and hate crimes. But insisting that my safety and rights be infringed upon is where I draw the line. I'm totally all for everyone living this short life in whatever way they want and that's why I respect all my trans friends, if that's what makes them happy. But not if it comes at the price of the safety and comfort of women and children. Never.