College Students Asked to Feel Bad about Their ‘Pee Privilege’

May 11, 2017 by

Just do yourself a favor and feel bad about everything.

M.J. Randolph –

“Do you have pee privilege?” a sign hanging outside a Northern Arizona University bathroom asks. If you’ve never contemplated such deep thoughts, the sign helpfully explains that if you “never have to think about gender identity, ability, or access when peeing,” then you do. According to Campus Reform, the signs have popped up all over the campus:

Another sign expands upon the definition of “pee privilege,” noting that the “ability to use a restroom without fear or concern for your own safety constitutes” such a privilege, explaining that other factors like the “gender binary,” or the “ability to undoubtedly know which bathroom to pick,” contribute to “pee privilege.”

Also, one of the posters includes the“do’s and dont’s” of what to do if you’re in the restroom and believe that you are encountering a transgendered person.

“Feel like someone is in the ‘wrong’ restroom?” the flyer questions, deliberately placing “wrong” in scare quotes, and then advising students not to “question” someone who they think fits such a category.

“Don’t stare,” the sign continues, suggesting that “this person is probably aware that they don’t fit into either restroom” so they don’t need anymore “eyes reminding them.”

The sign does, however, confirm that students should protect not their own safety, but the safety of any transgender individual they may encounter in a bathroom, explaining that “gender variant people are at high risk of verbal, sexual, and physical assault.”

“Keep yourself accountable to make sure they’re safe from others,” the sign concludes.

When some stores decided to allow transgendered people to select whatever bathroom they choose — Target was the most notorious — many parents and victims of sexual abuse expressed concern that pedophiles and other creeps might decide that bathrooms are their new hunting grounds. These signs reaffirm this concern, since they advise students not to question whether someone is transgendered.

In other words, no matter what kind of guy walks into the girls bathroom, ladies, you have to be okay with that.

Check out the posters here. And while you’re at it, check your privilege.

“Do you have pee privilege?” a sign hanging outside a Northern Arizona University bathroom asks. If you’ve never contemplated such deep thoughts, the sign helpfully explains that if you “never have to think about gender identity, ability, or access when peeing,” then you do. According to Campus Reform, the signs have popped up all over the campus:

Another sign expands upon the definition of “pee privilege,” noting that the “ability to use a restroom without fear or concern for your own safety constitutes” such a privilege, explaining that other factors like the “gender binary,” or the “ability to undoubtedly know which bathroom to pick,” contribute to “pee privilege.”

Also, one of the posters includes the“do’s and dont’s” of what to do if you’re in the restroom and believe that you are encountering a transgendered person.

“Feel like someone is in the ‘wrong’ restroom?” the flyer questions, deliberately placing “wrong” in scare quotes, and then advising students not to “question” someone who they think fits such a category.

“Don’t stare,” the sign continues, suggesting that “this person is probably aware that they don’t fit into either restroom” so they don’t need anymore “eyes reminding them.”

The sign does, however, confirm that students should protect not their own safety, but the safety of any transgender individual they may encounter in a bathroom, explaining that “gender variant people are at high risk of verbal, sexual, and physical assault.”

“Keep yourself accountable to make sure they’re safe from others,” the sign concludes.

When some stores decided to allow transgendered people to select whatever bathroom they choose — Target was the most notorious — many parents and victims of sexual abuse expressed concern that pedophiles and other creeps might decide that bathrooms are their new hunting grounds. These signs reaffirm this concern, since they advise students not to question whether someone is transgendered.

In other words, no matter what kind of guy walks into the girls bathroom, ladies, you have to be okay with that.

Check out the posters here. And while you’re at it, check your privilege.

Source: College Students Asked to Feel Bad about Their ‘Pee Privilege’ | Truth Revolt

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