I have the perfect solution to the controversy of having transgender folks using the bathroom of their choice.  Make all bathrooms private ones.  The kind that have a sink and a toilet and a changing table and throw in a urinal and every one is happy!  If you have kids you bring them in with you or you stand outside the door (which locks).  I personally like these kind better anyway.  Heck, you can even label them MEN or WOMEN 0r UNISEX…it doesn’t matter cause there ain’t gonna be no one else in there with you (other than whomever you invite in with you!).

Am I possibly  the only person who has thought this?

Yes, it may take some monies to put these kinds of bathrooms in but if stores want happy customers, they will fork over the dough to make it happen.  It’s a win~win for everyone as I see it.

What are your thoughts on this?

With love from your Common Sense Queen


About thelumberjackandthegypsy

The lumberjack is my husband and he owns Arrowhead Wood Products; Arrowhead Toboggan and Snowshoe; and Lake Superior Furniture Co. and is the exclusive manufacturer of wood shutters for Summit Hill Shutter Co. The gypsy is me, and I have a passion for teaching people to tap into their creative side, even when they think they don't have one! I did not grow up creative or artsy and I was in my thirties before I started sewing and creating things. I am a rug hooker; artisan teddy bear maker; painter (from pictures to large pieces of furniture!); knitter; doll maker; needle-felter, repurposer; sewer; decorator; blogger; glamper; reader; vintage jewelry maker; junker; and now a shop owner. But the lumberjack and I feel our greatest gifts in this world are our four grandkids and our daughter and her husband and our relationship with Jesus Christ. We have been married for more than 33 years and most of that time we have lived out in the country on a hobby farm where we have raised chickens, turkeys, ducks, goats, pigs and beef cattle. We also homeschooled our only child for her entire school years. We lived out our dream of being like the The Little House on the Prairie and they were great times. I also have a personal blog: where I tell stories of what life on the farm has been like and other things that pop up in my very weird mind. I prefer "quirky or eccentric" instead of weird (sounds more fascinating and less creepy)!

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