whilst being sensitive to community standards on the issue.
“And common culture is dictated by whom, you…”
Kady M.

And therein lies the problem:

What happens when the community’s standards are based off of lies and fear?

Are we seriously validating that? Because I said earlier you are still advocating for trans people to be subordinate to the imagined risks cis people have invented in sharing facilities with trans people.

If we’re validating fears that not rooted in substance, why is this considered a more valuable goal than policy that is rooted in evidence?

If we’re really using what is comfortable with the general public as the litmus test for Civil Rights, then we would still have racial segregation. Explain how this scenario is any different.

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