Hey, remember when Ally Macbeal had those co-ed bathrooms and it was all like weird and supposedly cool. Well, it turns out that it is weird but not actually cool. The City Council of Houston is seeking to allow men and women to use restrooms and showers for the opposite sex.
So, you know how when you go to bars and the line for the girl's bathroom is crazy long and the guys can just go right in. Well, I'm thinking that won't be the case in Houston anymore. You just have to decide you want to "identify" with that gender for a little while.
Houston Mayor Annise Parker, an open lesbian, is promoting an “Equal Rights Ordinance” designed to quell any discrimination in America’s fourth largest city—including any discrimination on the basis of “gender identity.”I'm pretty sure you'll be seeing things like this all over the country soon enough. No classifications are allowed anymore. You can not discern good or evil because that's too judgmental, you can't even discern gender anymore because that's too judgmental now too.
“Gender identity means an individual’s innate identification, appearance, expression or behavior as either male or female,” the most recent ordinance draft states, “although the same may not correspond to the individual’s body or gender as assigned at birth.”
Many people are especially concerned by the “Public Accommodations” section of the ordinance, which would allow men to use women’s restrooms, and vice versa, if they identity with the opposite sex.