A few posts ago, I left an open letter to Governor Bill Ritter about Colorado's Senate Bill 08-200. With the stroke of a pen, the legislature and governor attempted to erase the difference between men and women in the name of "tolerance" and "non-discrimination." Essentially, any man who "self-identifies" as a woman either in dress or in mind may legally use any public women's restroom. Likewise, any woman who "self-identifies" as a man may use a men's room to stand up and pee. In my opinion, the only people who benefit from a law like this are perverts and women at sporting events.
A recent Focus on the Family PAC commercial says it well; something like this, "If my legislators can't tell the difference between men and women, how can they lead our state?"
Imagine, ladies, you step out of your "powder room" stall to see this:
Yep, that's Colorado reality today. Maybe he will be willing to discuss makeup secrets with you.
Clue for the confused, men have a penis, women have a vagina. Here is a helpful bathroom sign I found on another blog:
Otherwise, Colorado can start using some of these signs I have made. Notice the compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act:
This sign tells entrants to expect the occupant of the adjoining stall to look at them through a hole in the wall.
Look for them at public restrooms on your next visit to Colorado.
Seriously, what is wrong with these people?