Biological male, claiming to be female, at last charged for invading a women's locker room with a rod.

No such protections, though, for high school and other girls who are forced to share their shower and locker rooms with biological boys.

Now open to one and all.

I’ve long wondered whether a biological male claiming to be female could get away with walking around nude in a women’s locker room, his erect package allegedly in plain sight. In light of how some schools and the Obama/Biden administrations have ruled that boys can hang out, as it were, in the high school girls’ bathrooms, locker rooms and showers.

Before you call me homophobic, my concern always has been the girls’ right to privacy, an argument made endlessly by the extremist abortion industry that dominates today’s debate. Especially when teen and pre-teen girls are so concerned about their body image. It’s not just that they shouldn’t be forced to see the boy’s junk, but also why should they be exposed to possible creepy leachers? (Yes, yes, I know we must trust that the trans-gender girl is honest in its assertion. In every and all cases.)

Girls, in reality, don’t have the protection of the law. In fact, the law is turned on its head. requiring that their right to privacy be squelched. But apparently, some women in a spa aren’t so compliant.

Now comes the news that that they wouldn’t allow themselves be bullied by the wokesters:

This week, The Post reported that indecent-exposure charges have been “discreetly” filed against the Wi Spa intruder. “Sources with knowledge of the case but not authorized to speak publicly say four women and a minor girl came forward to allege that Darren Agee Merager was partially erect in the women’s section of Wi Spa.” Merager denied the allegations and claimed, preposterously, to be a victim of “transphobic harassment.”

“Transphobic harassment?” Oh, sure. The Post also reported that Merager is “a tier-one registered sex offender with two prior convictions of indecent exposure stemming from incidents in 2002 and 2003 in California…. In 2008, Merager was also convicted for failing to register as a sex offender.” The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department had an “an internal flyer from 2018 explaining, ‘Merager claims to identify as female so he can access women’s locker rooms and showers.’” 

The incident happened a few years ago, and when the women complained at the time, the spa’s management refused to do anything about it. It took this long. Of course, the guy, not the women, had the protection of the law. Unbelievable. Wait, no. This lunacy now has become believable.

The women persisted in the face of condemnation from the left and finally Merager was charged, albeit “discretely.” After all, who wants to encourage the rage of the woke?

I might be wrong, but their rage will be waiting on my doorstep.

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  • The Woke are a Joke. Self -absorbed "Me-Firsters"...Self -congratulating "Hey! Look at me! I'm special! I'm woke". They are so full of themselves.

  • In reply to HSPARKS:

    Define your terms before you judge. And after you do, give examples of what you mean.

  • "...the Obama/Biden administrations have ruled that boys can hang out, as it were, in the high school girls’ bathrooms, locker rooms and showers."

    Dennis, give us the exact words of any law or executive order under Obama or Biden that says this..

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    This is complicated, so pay attention: Go back to the original action by the Civil Rights Office in the Department of Education in the Obama Administration. It issued a "guidance" that kicked off the federal effort to--shall I say--integrate high school bathrooms, etc. It was more than "guidance" because it threatened withholding federal funds. The "guidance" was issued without following the requisite administration procedures required for this kind of executive branch actions. For example, no public hearings were held on what should have been "proposed rule-making." The Trump administration properly withdrew the "guidance," but the Biden administration renewed it. To answer your question: There is no law or executive order requiring this action. Doesn't that tell you something?

  • "Of course, the guy, not the women, had the protection of the law."

    This man is convicted sex-offender who was convicted of failing to register as one. How can you say he had the protection of the law?

  • "The women persisted in the face of condemnation from the left "

    Exactly who had the "left" condemned them?

    Also, can you give us a more balanced source than the far right-wing New York Post?

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    What, like the New York Times or the Washington Post?

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    Right wing or not, the Post accurately reported that charges were filed, which WaPo and NYT did not report. Initially, the spa owner was accused of faking or setting up the story until the four women and minor confirmed it. At least the Post reported it, unlike the MSM which doesn’t report stories that might undermine their agenda.

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