Sex revolution?

Are we in the middle of a sex revolution of some kind? Maybe I was just not paying attention.

What is the deal with all of this attention about sex, orientation, labels, and my pet peeve, government intervention.

Bruce, 'excuse me, Caitlin has went "all the way" now and is some sort of role model for those who want to be like Caitlyn. ok fine, no problem.

The state of NC (along with 6 other states) have laws on the books defining marriage, and who can use which bathrooms. It would be nice to think that there were politicians at work here representing the majority of citizens of the state, which is why they passed such a law. But wait, the NCAA threatens to pull out some key events (aka $$$$$) and suddenly these "representtatives saw the error of their ways.

I hated the government being in our bedrooms and now our bathrooms. And to pass a stupid law that was unenforceable... well, I just cannot logically explain it (other than the "follow the $$" mantra) as to why it was pushed "to protect women and children" (which to me is always a last defense of a failed stance) and fearmongering.

On the flipside however, as the overturn of this law was pushed because it was "unfair" I often wondered what these snowflakes did when they went to concerts and sporting events when they had to use the bathrooms prior to such a law discriminating against them.

There is a group that claims to represent the LGTQ community to ensure that they have equal treatment under the law. They too are not above fearmongering in their own ways. 

FoxNews, The Feminism revolt/redefinition, oh crap, there are ssooo many examples out there nowadays.

I know we have a race war going, and a ideological war, perhaps a religious battle (not sure if "war" can be applied), man/women skirmishes, and blue/black war, so now we are suppoed to worry with who does what behing closed doors? We gotta know who goes in what bathrooms?

Before long will we start looking into what people do in bathrooms? How long they're in there? Will we in time start review the umm, results, of their bathroom expeditions?

My ultimate points here are simple:

1) I do not care what people do as long as they aren't forcing me to participate or pay for it. If they do some crazy stuff in their house, as long as it doesn't affect anyone else, and it's THEIR private house, live and let live dammit!

2) I do not wish for the government to be involved as it is not their business, and like everything else, they will mismanage and in the end, cater to the mightest dollar in deciding the country's morality.

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Comments (8)

  1. Munkyman

    I’d like to see a law burning party in my lifetime, I had the faintest of hope that Trump might kick it off… no mas.
    We have faaarrr toooooo many laws on the books, aside from the basics about reckless endangerment, stealing, beating, killing & raping laws should have expiration dates & the punishments proscribed should have expiration dates even for those. There are a lot of laws Congress, a state or a municipality could never pass twice if any of them expected to get re-elected & they may never come off the books because they generate revenues or make “someone” happy.

    April 19, 2017
    1. knights68

      yes :::sigh::: I think you are correct. There are way too many “feel-good” laws on the books that cater to the minority at the cost of the majority. If not outright allowing government into our homes, our bedrooms/bathrooms, hells bells even within our own bodies. The devolution continues.

      April 21, 2017
      1. Munkyman

        I blame MADD.

        April 21, 2017
  2. wirelessguru1

    What you are seeing is the degeneration of society exploding now!

    April 19, 2017
    1. knights68

      “Degeneration”, yes, mush better word!! Thank you!

      April 21, 2017
  3. morningafter7

    It’s ridiculous. As if the government can’t think of something more important to worry about. Live and let live – damn right!

    April 19, 2017
    1. knights68

      Is government solely responsible? Or are we, the increasingly apathetic and/or uninformed voters who are to blame for allowing it to happen much less allowing it to continue?

      April 21, 2017
      1. morningafter7

        Apparently (and unfortunately) it’s some of both.

        April 24, 2017