March 23, 2017

February 12, 2017


Voyeurism and Transgender Bathrooms

Social scientist coined the term unintended consequences.  Of course, the question remains whether the consequences of the sexual agenda push is indeed unintended.  . 

On January 14, 2017 we released a set of data, with original sources, that documents no fewer than 140 incidents in North America and the United Kingdom of sexual violence to women by biologic males in safe spaces like washrooms and change-rooms. Seventy-six of these recorded incidents took place in 2015 and 2016. To our knowledge this is the most comprehensive database on these kinds of incidents available. The vast majority of these were of non-transgender males who took advantage of unisex spaces to perpetrate voyeuristic activities against women.

Given the statistics found in the literature, it is highly likely that these incidents represent the tip of the proverbial iceberg. Policy makers and politicians need to understand that the push to open women’s spaces is taking place in the middle of a voyeurism epidemic. Rights and freedoms don’t live in a vacuum. In this case the rights of one group (trans individuals) dramatically affects the rights of another (females).


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This is precisely what I’ve been trying to tell people about the “bathroom bill” in North Carolina.  It’s not about transsexuals, that is, males who’ve had surgical changes and take female hormones.  It’s about predators having access to places where they can take photos and videos and in some circumstances commit assaults.  It’s no longer a question of only one guy peeking.  His photos can be distributed worldwide in moments.

[1] Posted by Katherine on 2-13-2017 at 09:06 PM · [top]

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