Doublethinking About Police Brutality and Self-Defense

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following artwork here, being shared by the page, “Americans Against the Republican and Democratic Parties,” and originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…

“Friday in Sacramento, CA:
End police brutality! Justice for Stephon!
Saturday in Sacramento, CA:
Disarm people! Trust the police to protect you!”

My Commentary: *double facepalm*   *head shake*

Doublethinking About the Cognizance of Young Adults

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following artwork here, being shared by the page, “Liberty Minds,” and originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…

“OMG! Under 21 is too young for a gun! Their mind isn’t developed!
So brave! These kids should set national policy for all!”

My Commentary: What up, doublethink?

Two-Party Fraud, Exposed!

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Students Hate Trump’s SOTU Quotes…Until Finding Out They’re Actually Obama’s:

My Commentary: Which political parasite best represents your interests as a voting slob?

Ironically, While Mother of Bullied Suicide Victim Blames School for Not Listening to Her Son, She Failed at the Same Task

The following correspondence originally took place upon the Facebook wall of my friend, Daniel Sv…

Daniel Fitzpatrick

Daniel Fitzpatrick

Daniel Sv.: Boy Who Killed Himself After Being Bullied Says He “Gave Up” in Note:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3738783/New-York-boy-killed-bullied-writes-final-letter.html

Rayn: Mother states, “my son shouldn’t have to die to be heard. There’s something wrong with the adults in authority positions when kids can’t go to them for help.” Ironically, she wasn’t listening, either, when he was begging and begging to be transferred out of that school…

Discussing North Carolina’s So-Called “Bathroom Bill”

The following correspondence originally took place upon the Facebook wall of my friend, Stacie T., after she shared artwork from here

Stacie T.:

"Excuse me! Do you MIND!?!" " Just makin' sure you ain't some kind of PERVERT!"

“Excuse me! Do you MIND!?!”
” Just makin’ sure you ain’t some kind of PERVERT!”

Rayn: LOL. This is what happens when facts take a back seat to emotionally-charged conjecture. Why focus solely on restrooms, which constitute only one quarter of the subject matter at hand, when the bill clearly legislates “restroom[s], locker room[s], changing room[s], or shower room[s]”? Have any of those railing so hard against this bill EVEN READ ITS MERE FIVE PAGES, or is that too much to ask a thinking, reasoning human being to do BEFORE formulating strong opinions, anymore? I still haven’t found even ONE who actually has, yet! *sigh*

http://www.ncleg.net/Sessions/2015E2/Bills/House/PDF/H2v4.pdf

Lest our memories remain selectively short for the sake of politically convenient “outrage” and a completely shallow and shortsighted sense of “fighting against discrimination,” this “bill” was a direct response to a Charlotte, NC ordinance which, among other things, contained language that attempted to FORCE schools and public agencies to provide males and females access to ALL FOUR of these facilities, regardless of gender, in the name of “transgender” rights, and that individuals be granted such access with little more than a verbal declaration of being “transgender.”

With this understanding in mind, enforcement of this “bill” is actually pretty simple in three out of four situations. On average, the easiest way to know if a male is in using a locker room, changing room or shower room is that he’ll HAVE A PENIS dangling between his legs! And, a female using a men’s locker room will have a vulva. In other words, regardless of gender titles, or how an Individual looks, it’s a WHOLE DIFFERENT STORY for one to remove their clothes, and have a sex organ that doesn’t correspond with their appearance, nor with the gender-assignment of the bathroom, itself. This is very likely why the mainstream media monopoly is fixating on the bathroom scenario, instead of discussing the entire issue at hand. Not only is it the least enforceable, making it the biggest gray area in the bill, but any discussion of a man or women entering any of the other three spaces would be met with a knee-jerk “I DON’T FUCKING THINK SO” from even the vast majority of the most left-leaning, progressive liberals! This is especially true when taking note of the fact that the first section of this bill is dedicated to SCHOOLS and STUDENTS, along with public agencies!

Meanwhile, this bill actually protects post-operative transsexuals, granting them full access to all four facilities, since they are, indeed legally able to change their gender on their birth certificate in ALL FIFTY STATES of the Union!

http://www.lambdalegal.org/know-your-rights/transgender/changing-birth-certificate-sex-designations

To be clear, I’m mostly just laying out the facts, without yet providing my own views. Personally, I think that multi-occupancy bathrooms, alone, are highly unsanitary, very anti-privacy, completely anti-responsibility, anti-safety, anti-parent-and-child, and also typically anti-disability (not too mention anti-menstruation, as well), so I avoid them like the plague. Meanwhile, I have NEVER, and would NEVER, use a multi-occupancy showers, nor would I dare get undressed in a multi-occupancy changing room, nor locker room! And, I hope to see all of these sorts of facilities one day replaced with single-occupancy unisex units – and I honestly believe that ALL of these bills and ordinances will make my desire an actual reality, since it is the simplest solution to all of controversy at hand. 🙂 Even at one of my recent Autistic Self-Advocacy meetings, in Greensboro, NC, ALL THREE transgendered individuals agreed with me on my viewpoint, and when I listed my various grievances in detail, they even chimed in with their own examples, too! Peace and privacy are what we’re ALL looking for, while schools and businesses are looking at their bottom line: prices – without much more than a passing regard for the human factor!

Oh, and for the record, the single-occupancy bathrooms I mention would truly work a lot better if they were segregated by “urination” and “defecation,” rather than gender! LOL! 😉 (Click Here to Continue Reading This Post)