#ambulancechasers

What is more egregious than receiving $800,000?

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The $650,000 of that sum paid to the lawyers of a transgender student, Ms. (Mr) Ashton Whitaker, who claimed discrimination against the school which prevented her from using the male bathrooms and calling her the incorrect pronoun. She also added that she suffered from anxiety, depression, migraines and other health problems related to dehydration because she had tried to avoid restroom trips by drinking less water.

Whitaker said, “The idea of using the girls restroom was humiliating and there was no way I could do it…If I were to use the gender-neutral restrooms, I would also stand out from everyone else with a big label on me that said ‘transgender.”

Doesn’t that quote sort of say it all? Whitaker wants the school to accept her as a male yet the idea of using gender neutral restrooms would label her as transgender! Indeed if she is asking the school teachers to call her male pronouns and to be allowed to use the male toilets isn’t she labeling herself in front of her class? Wouldn’t male students who saw her use their bathrooms already know it was because she was transgender?

However this court victory only opens the floodgates to more victim based ambulance chasing. For lawyers it becomes a field day. The days of “have you been injured at work?” will be replaced by “have you had your feelings hurt?” At $650k a pop that is easy money for lawyers.

Should all schools be forced to change curriculums, indoctrinate other students, parents and teachers as well as go to considerable expense to accomodate people like Whitaker? Should parents who wish their kids to study in schools that aren’t caught up in this nonsense be free to send their kids to boys or girls only education without the state determining bathroom policy? Don’t they have just as much right to demand that as a transgender student from demanding the opposite? Yet the ruling is moving toward a scenario where parents who do not accept this be labeled bigots and persecuted for holding conservative views.

Let’s think about this. For girls who ‘identify’ as boys or vice versa why must we be dictated to by law to ‘pretend’ to accept them for what they subjectively (not biologically) feel themselves to be, assuming we know in the first place? California has laws that can jail one for using the wrong pronoun. This is the slippery slope.

Perhaps the solution – if the demand is high enough –  is transgender only schools where people like Whitaker can study, be called whatever pronoun that makes them happy and pee in the bathroom of their choice. They can have their own sanctuary. Why should the students (and parents) of the school that paid the $800,000 settlement suffer from a cutback in educational tools, teachers or other facilities because of a student’s hurt feelings? $800,000 would buy a lot of ‘useful’ equipment for furthering education.

To give a great example of how weak the liberal argument is for the slippery slope of caving in to transgender in schools and general life look at this interview of Tucker Carlson and DNC senior advisor Zac Petkanas. It is frighteningly naive.

Today’s ‘civil rights’ movement is all about removing them from the majority. No one is arguing that transgender people don’t deserve equal status (they have it). It is only because they demand special treatment which once again throws into the fore the problem with institutionalising policy which creates the very opposite to what ‘diversity’ crowd proclaim they promote. Honestly what has gender, race or sexual preference have to do with ‘performance’ in the schoolyard or workplace? Yet increasingly we are asked to provide it to prospective employers who fear being persecuted if they don’t get the ‘balance’ right.

And so the Hollywood witch hunts come forth

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As CM wrote at the time of #metoo the saddest part to emerge from this campaign will be the risk of witch hunts where potentially innocent people are forced to defend against things that may not have actually happened. As Jeremy Piven points out in the quote above – careers and reputations can be destroyed with impunity even if allegations are proven false. Whether it is Kevin Spacey or the sanctimonious George Takei, so much Hollywood dirt is surfacing and within it there will be ambulance chasers looking for a quick out of court settlement to make the problem disappear.

Real sexual assault is a major issue that should be dealt with. Shame on anyone that looks to take advantage of a serious problem to enrich themselves at the expense of someone who is innocent. That is almost as sick as committing the crime itself. Sure every proven case of sexual assault should be prosecuted to the extent of the law yet so should perjury by the ambulance chasers.

#METOO – #ME(N)TOO

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Let’s make it absolutely clear – sexual assault is unacceptable. Pretty much every sane person on the planet gets that. Once again we have liberal elites, led by Alyssa Milano, all of a sudden taking to social media to run the #METOO campaign to highlight an issue they could have easily raised years ago. Now they turn on their former paymaster and sexual predator in chief Weinstein they have all of a switched from blissfully unaware to full throttle because they can. Men who do not wish to be seen as unsupportive have launched a counter campaign #IWILL so as to avoid any untoward  shaming. My two questions to Milano are:

1) If you knew that Weinstein was a predator surely you could have run this #METOO campaign from the get go. Since it was an open secret why didn’t you start #METOO at that time or was it you chose to put your career above the issue?

2) on New Year’s Eve in Cologne 2016, the German federal government gagged the police and the media to cover up mass sexual assaults perpetuated against women. Regardless of who the perpetrators were, after the scandal broke where was Milano protesting #METOO for the fact that the Mayor of Cologne recommended German women wear less revealing clothes so as to avoid being harassed or assaulted by their new arrivals? You were absolutely silent.

Lets be very clear. My daughter was the victim of sexual assault on a crowded train in Tokyo at age 13. When I got the message I downed tools at work and went straight to her school to see how she was. I am not sure whether I was more shaken then her. Possibly. I rode on the train every morning for the better part of two months to see if I could get her to identify the attacker. In my mind I had no qualms about exercising street justice on this pig. I was not in the slightest bit worried about the repercussions to me. My daughter’s safety and mental well-being trumped all else. We haven’t caught him.

So to have Milano virtue signaling about all these evil men perhaps she should take a knee to her own cause by knowing the overwhelming majority of men out there absolutely abhor any form of sexual assault and are more likely to defend women’s rights more than she can possibly dream of. This sanctimony must end. The stereotyping must also cease. The #IWILL campaign smacks of this liberal brainwashing which becomes nothing more than an attempt to sound pious over issues they’ve conveniently ignored until they can get some mileage.

Watch Corey Feldman’s interview on pedophilia with Barbara Walters where she criticizes him for “could destroy[ing] an entire industry” rather than face harsh realities.

So Alyssa in all  honestly your campaign seems more about giving your own career a jump start rather than protecting  all those real victims of assault. Your actions to date would suggest that.

Indeed the bigger danger is that innocent men may all of a sudden be forced to defend themselves if allegations from disgruntled former partners or women who willingly consented to sex feel there is an ambulance chasing opportunity. Maybe on the fringe but still a concern. Why is there no mention of female sexual predators and assaults against men? How many cases of female high school teachers having sex with underage boys have surfaced in recent times? I guess that doesn’t fit the narrative of “speaking out”.