so entitlement is an inherently male behavior? so is aggression, and since your language is incredibly aggressive, would it be safe to say that you are exhibiting male behavior, thus you are a man? honestly, you need to get out more and experience real life if this is how you view the entire subject. her simply being in a bathroom is not "violating the rights and privacy" of every woman there unless she is actively looking and peeping under bathroom stalls. ANYONE is subject to that behavior.He absolutely does belong in the men's restroom. A feminine man is still a man. You're trying to claim that a sufficiently effeminate man somehow magically becomes "woman enough" to be allowed to invade women's privacy and violate their rights, which is entirely fucked up. When a man enters the women's bathroom, he isn't just doing anything - he is violating the rights and privacy of every woman there. No man belongs in women's single-sex spaces.
It's not "sane" to declare yourself a woman when you are objectively male and bully your male ass into women's spaces, violating women's rights and privacy. To further believe that calling yourself a "woman" and putting on some makeup actually makes you somehow a woman is even more insane. You can't claim "sanity" here.
And clearly he does not know "his place", since not only does he use women's single-sex facilities, he even entered a women's beauty pageant. He willfully crosses women's boundaries because he, as a male, feels entitled to do so. That's a male behavior, by the way.
I guarantee you've shared a restroom with someone like this before and have never lost your shit as hard as you are now. you are blowing this shit WAY beyond proportion. if some AGP troll walked on in, of course that would be a different story. gender and biological sex are different and serve different purposes. you would never blow the fuck up like you are now if someone that didn't necessarily have XX chromosomes entered the bathroom.He should go get weird looks, then, instead of invading the privacy and violating the rights of women.
You're seriously arguing that a man getting "weird looks" for going in the men's bathroom is more harmful than the violation of the rights and privacy of women by men who bully their way into women's private spaces, and so his desires should take precedence over the needs of women? Seriously? Wow.