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OpEd - Candidates and Gender Identity


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 How much does one have to 'express gender', plastic surgery, hormone shots, and cross-dressing and make up? Women's shoes, or tight jeans and top, or are uni-sex clothing and an attitude enough to qualify for preferential treatment?

You are male traveling or shopping with you daughter or granddaughter and two slight young men dressed somewhat uni-sex follow her into what may be an other wise empty ladies room, or woman's changing room. You can try to talk to her from outside the door, but you are not dressed to go in. If you do and the she-males have done nothing (yet), will the law be on their side that your bigotry has you harassing them.


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