Man performs a "transsexual" experiment by using lady's public restroom.

  • ANTiSociaLiNJ...

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    Apr 22, 2016 12:09 AM GMT
    Just thought this was a bit funny listening to the reactions of females that didn't take too kindly to a transsexual male to female using the women's restroom. He didn't look all that believable either which more than likely worked against him.


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    Apr 22, 2016 12:47 AM GMT
    Fake "experiment"
    Anyone who watches lot of documentary or know a little bit motion picture production would see through it.
    It's just not believable. The dialogue.
    So this is just a joke type video, right? Because it's just pretty bad.
  • ANTiSociaLiNJ...

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    Apr 22, 2016 12:50 AM GMT
    Not sure if it was a joke. His other videos look like they're more on the serious side. I thought it was interesting how one woman was polite. She looked Asian while the rest were white and very aggressive and hostile.

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    Apr 22, 2016 4:13 AM GMT
    OK, one time, back in peewee swim team practice, exhausted, half blinded by the chlorates, I walked through the wrong locker room door and started showering on the girls side.

    They gave me the bums rush icon_sad.gif

    Many years later, working in a government installation, due to construction schedules, men had to use the women's room on our floor for a month. NO FUCKING WONDER they want to keep us out... They got sofas, a stereo, lounge chairs, and their own coffee service in there. icon_eek.gif The only thing "extra" we got was urinals.
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    Apr 22, 2016 5:37 AM GMT
    mindgarden saidOK, one time, back in peewee swim team practice, exhausted, half blinded by the chlorates, I walked through the wrong locker room door and started showering on the girls side.

    They gave me the bums rush icon_sad.gif

    Many years later, working in a government installation, due to construction schedules, men had to use the women's room on our floor for a month. NO FUCKING WONDER they want to keep us out... They got sofas, a stereo, lounge chairs, and their own coffee service in there. icon_eek.gif The only thing "extra" we got was urinals.

    LOL! Well, I entered the Ladies by accident one time. At the Mall of America (MOA), around 1990, that was the biggest mall in the US.

    I was in a hurry, and like in airports there were no doors to the restrooms. And the entrances were right next to each other. I mistakenly in my rush went right, when I should have gone left.

    Inside it was vacant, and I wondered where the urinals were. But the restroom extended for some distance, and I thought maybe those were towards the back. But I hadda go right now, so I went into a stall.

    As I'm peeing I hear the clack-clack of women's high heel shoes on the tile floor, and then the unmistakable sound of women's voices. I stopped in mid-stream.

    OK, I figured out I made a mistake. Now whadda I do? Wait it out? But my size 11 men's joggers on my feet might give me away. And I'm facing the wrong way. Should I sit down and lift my feet up out of view?

    More women started coming in, and I realized waiting was likely not gonna work. So I steeled myself, and propped myself against the stall door. I took a deep breath, turned the lock and opened the door, running as fast as I could with my cane. I blurted out: "Sorry, ladies, I got the wrong one."

    I ran (well, a fast walk for others) down the concours, fearing the mall police had been called. I saw the Raintree Cafe and ducked in there. I sat at the bar, in a spot where I couldn't be easily seen from the concours outside, but I could still observe it.

    I ordered a gin martini, and drank it down with shaking hands. Now anyone will tell you I take a full hour to finish any drink. Not this time. I gulped it down and ordered a second. A rarity for me to have a second martini.

    I don't know why, I'm usually pretty calm in crisis situations. But this one really unnerved me. I didn't want to go to jail for an innocent mistake. But I knew innocent mistake would be no defense against violating women's privacy. I'd be on the wrong side of today's law.

    And that can happen to men, labeled as predators, voyeurs, whatevers. Whereas women can always barge into the Mens restroom without any fear of penalty. A double standard.

    Not that the women bother me. I encounter it all the time in arena and airport restrooms, and some unisex restrooms in gay clubs.

    What bothers me is that men in that circumstance are prosecuted as criminals, but women get a pass. If we're gonna have gender equality, which I support, that's one place to start.
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    Apr 22, 2016 1:59 PM GMT
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    All that con artist generating ad revenue proved is that people can tell the difference between a real transgendered person and a fraud.

    Even that overly nice woman questioning him becomes immediately suspicious upon his answer though she's too nice to outright call him out on it.

    His conclusion thereby is garbage.

    That "experiment" was dumb as fuck. What a waste of youtube.
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    Apr 22, 2016 2:03 PM GMT
    mindgarden saidOK, one time, back in peewee swim team practice, exhausted, half blinded by the chlorates, I walked through the wrong locker room door and started showering on the girls side.

    They gave me the bums rush icon_sad.gif

    Many years later, working in a government installation, due to construction schedules, men had to use the women's room on our floor for a month. NO FUCKING WONDER they want to keep us out... They got sofas, a stereo, lounge chairs, and their own coffee service in there. icon_eek.gif The only thing "extra" we got was urinals.


    Of course there's a couch. That gives them time to synch up their periods. Still jealous?
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    Apr 22, 2016 2:23 PM GMT
    This whole bathroom thing is a pretty complicated issue. Whether they look "passable" or not is apparently insignificant. As this guy explained, trans identification doesn't require any physical alteration. If someone that looks like mindgarden identifies as female, then the people arguing that trans people should have the option of whichever restroom they please would have to argue mindgarden is entitled to use the ladies' room as is. Trans is an identity. We assume that people would be making physical changes, but it isn't necessary for a trans identity. And if we say that a trans person has to be "passable" to use the bathroom of their choosing, that could and will be claimed as another civil rights violation. What about people that can't afford hormones and/or bottom surgery? How about FtMs that don't want top surgery because of the scarring? How about MtFs that want to leave their penises as is? It's all gonna be a hot mess.

    Does anyone know if policies for bathrooms would differ from policies for locker rooms (where people are commonly completely naked)?
  • Wendigo9

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    Apr 22, 2016 3:02 PM GMT
    He is clearly not a tranny but a cross-dresser, unless the two are the same (which are not). Men who dress like women are not women and vice-versa, trannies. . . seek professional "mental" help.
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    Apr 22, 2016 4:24 PM GMT
    Wendigo9 saidHe is clearly not a tranny but a cross-dresser, unless the two are the same (which are not).


    This isn't necessarily true. Transgender has become an umbrella term for lots of alternative gender identities. Genderqueer, genderfluid and cross-dressers are technically included under the trans umbrella.

    Q: What's the difference between a cross-dresser and a transsexual?
    A: Two years.

    It's a popular joke between transpeople that plays on how what and who is trans is always evolving/flip-flopping (whichever word you prefer).
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    Apr 22, 2016 5:08 PM GMT
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    Apr 22, 2016 8:59 PM GMT
    While in France last year, they really don't care about same sex bathrooms as I got walked in on by women while taking a pee at the urinal, the first time came as a major shock, after that the next few times felt extremely embarrassed to have a woman in the same bathroom while you are so exposed, they didn't care one bit, I did, if they were only cubicles then I wouldn't mind so much but to be exposed like that wasn't good for an English guy like me who is a bit of a gentleman and like privacy. So I can understand women not liking that, maybe if he looked a little more female then he might have not had such a hard time about it.
  • metta

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    Apr 22, 2016 9:09 PM GMT
    I think that all of the videos that guy makes are fake. I wish people would not take them seriously.
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    Apr 22, 2016 10:14 PM GMT
    I usually use the "mother" 's bathroom ( the single one with the baby changing table and rocking chair). I would go in the men's, where I feel I should go, but my face is quite manly and I fear molestation because my boobs are so huge and a binding doesn't quite hide my rather XXXXX lrge penis WINK WINK. so I normally end up taking a dump in the bush.
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    Apr 22, 2016 10:54 PM GMT
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    mindgarden saidOK, one time, back in peewee swim team practice, exhausted, half blinded by the chlorates, I walked through the wrong locker room door and started showering on the girls side.

    They gave me the bums rush icon_sad.gif

    Many years later, working in a government installation, due to construction schedules, men had to use the women's room on our floor for a month. NO FUCKING WONDER they want to keep us out... They got sofas, a stereo, lounge chairs, and their own coffee service in there. icon_eek.gif The only thing "extra" we got was urinals.

    LOL! Well, I entered the Ladies by accident one time. At the Mall of America (MOA), around 1990, that was the biggest mall in the US.

    I was in a hurry, and like in airports there were no doors to the restrooms. And the entrances were right next to each other. I mistakenly in my rush went right, when I should have gone left.

    Inside it was vacant, and I wondered where the urinals were. But the restroom extended for some distance, and I thought maybe those were towards the back. But I hadda go right now, so I went into a stall.

    As I'm peeing I hear the clack-clack of women's high heel shoes on the tile floor, and then the unmistakable sound of women's voices. I stopped in mid-stream.

    OK, I figured out I made a mistake. Now whadda I do? Wait it out? But my size 11 men's joggers on my feet might give me away. And I'm facing the wrong way. Should I sit down and lift my feet up out of view?

    More women started coming in, and I realized waiting was likely not gonna work. So I steeled myself, and propped myself against the stall door. I took a deep breath, turned the lock and opened the door, running as fast as I could with my cane. I blurted out: "Sorry, ladies, I got the wrong one."

    I ran (well, a fast walk for others) down the concours, fearing the mall police had been called. I saw the Raintree Cafe and ducked in there. I sat at the bar, in a spot where I couldn't be easily seen from the concours outside, but I could still observe it.

    I ordered a gin martini, and drank it down with shaking hands. Now anyone will tell you I take a full hour to finish any drink. Not this time. I gulped it down and ordered a second. A rarity for me to have a second martini.

    I don't know why, I'm usually pretty calm in crisis situations. But this one really unnerved me. I didn't want to go to jail for an innocent mistake. But I knew innocent mistake would be no defense against violating women's privacy. I'd be on the wrong side of today's law.

    And that can happen to men, labeled as predators, voyeurs, whatevers. Whereas women can always barge into the Mens restroom without any fear of penalty. A double standard.

    Not that the women bother me. I encounter it all the time in arena and airport restrooms, and some unisex restrooms in gay clubs.

    What bothers me is that men in that circumstance are prosecuted as criminals, but women get a pass. If we're gonna have gender equality, which I support, that's one place to start.


    You needed 2 martinis to stop from shaking, to bring you down?

    First of all it isn't illegal, even in Florida, unless ti's made illegal. "Imagine going to jail for using the wrong restroom. It could happen under a new bill being introduced in Florida.

    A Miami lawmaker wants to make it a crime for people who don't use the bathroom that matches their biological sex."

    http://www.nbc-2.com/story/28047228/fla-bill-makes-using-wrong-restroom-a-crime#.VxqqXPpJm1g

    Sounds like you just needed a drink1
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    Apr 22, 2016 11:33 PM GMT
    Those rebuttals look strange.
  • Wendigo9

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    Apr 23, 2016 12:35 AM GMT
    CODY4U said
    Wendigo9 saidHe is clearly not a tranny but a cross-dresser, unless the two are the same (which are not).

    This isn't necessarily true. Transgender has become an umbrella term for lots of alternative gender identities. Genderqueer, genderfluid and cross-dressers are technically included under the trans umbrella.
    Q: What's the difference between a cross-dresser and a transsexual?
    A: Two years.
    It's a popular joke between transpeople that plays on how what and who is trans is always evolving/flip-flopping (whichever word you prefer).

    Why is it so hard for "transexuals" to acknowledge and accept the body they were born into? We enjoy fantasy as a kid, but all have to grow up and face reality sometime.
  • Crisistunity

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    Apr 23, 2016 9:56 AM GMT
    What's the point of having separate restrooms?
  • FRE0

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    Apr 23, 2016 9:13 PM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    mindgarden saidOK, one time, back in peewee swim team practice, exhausted, half blinded by the chlorates, I walked through the wrong locker room door and started showering on the girls side.

    They gave me the bums rush icon_sad.gif

    Many years later, working in a government installation, due to construction schedules, men had to use the women's room on our floor for a month. NO FUCKING WONDER they want to keep us out... They got sofas, a stereo, lounge chairs, and their own coffee service in there. icon_eek.gif The only thing "extra" we got was urinals.

    LOL! Well, I entered the Ladies by accident one time. At the Mall of America (MOA), around 1990, that was the biggest mall in the US.

    I was in a hurry, and like in airports there were no doors to the restrooms. And the entrances were right next to each other. I mistakenly in my rush went right, when I should have gone left.

    Inside it was vacant, and I wondered where the urinals were. But the restroom extended for some distance, and I thought maybe those were towards the back. But I hadda go right now, so I went into a stall.

    As I'm peeing I hear the clack-clack of women's high heel shoes on the tile floor, and then the unmistakable sound of women's voices. I stopped in mid-stream.

    OK, I figured out I made a mistake. Now whadda I do? Wait it out? But my size 11 men's joggers on my feet might give me away. And I'm facing the wrong way. Should I sit down and lift my feet up out of view?

    More women started coming in, and I realized waiting was likely not gonna work. So I steeled myself, and propped myself against the stall door. I took a deep breath, turned the lock and opened the door, running as fast as I could with my cane. I blurted out: "Sorry, ladies, I got the wrong one."

    I ran (well, a fast walk for others) down the concours, fearing the mall police had been called. I saw the Raintree Cafe and ducked in there. I sat at the bar, in a spot where I couldn't be easily seen from the concours outside, but I could still observe it.

    I ordered a gin martini, and drank it down with shaking hands. Now anyone will tell you I take a full hour to finish any drink. Not this time. I gulped it down and ordered a second. A rarity for me to have a second martini.

    I don't know why, I'm usually pretty calm in crisis situations. But this one really unnerved me. I didn't want to go to jail for an innocent mistake. But I knew innocent mistake would be no defense against violating women's privacy. I'd be on the wrong side of today's law.

    And that can happen to men, labeled as predators, voyeurs, whatevers. Whereas women can always barge into the Mens restroom without any fear of penalty. A double standard.

    Not that the women bother me. I encounter it all the time in arena and airport restrooms, and some unisex restrooms in gay clubs.

    What bothers me is that men in that circumstance are prosecuted as criminals, but women get a pass. If we're gonna have gender equality, which I support, that's one place to start.


    A similar thing happened to me in Minneapolis in the University of Minnesota library. The gender designation signs were up high where you wouldn't notice them if you weren't looking for them. Also, the symmetry of the library floor plan was such that unless you actually looked for the gender sign, you could easily accidentally enter the wrong public convenience which is exactly what I did.

    I didn't immediately notice my mistake, but then I saw the napkin disposal container and realized that I was in the wrong convenience. I instantly panicked and imagined being arrested and taken to jail. My panic increased when I heard women's voices. I responded by lifting my feet so that no one could see men's shoes. When the convenience seemed empty, I put my feet down, properly adjusted my clothes, and got out as fast as I could.