How could you possibly know who is a CD and who is Trans when you just met them?
There is no way of knowing.
And thus the problem of allowing biological men into girls restrooms/dressing rooms.
The "trans" swimmer, according to his teammates, consistently exposed his penis to them.
According to two who spoke up, said he also exposed his partially erect penis on several occasions.
This made all of the ACTUAL girls very uncomfortable and OBVIOUSLY feeling violated because they were violated. By wokist.
It is egregious that these girls were expected to have no reaction to a 6'4" adult male exposing his partially erect penis to them.
Now what did the left media do with this, how did they react? They called her an "extremist" and a "right wing activist". Because she has decided to speak out against trans in girls sports - and the left calls that extremism.
And the right, correctly so, calls that wokism.
Straights, cross dressers, transsexuals', gays, lesbians, bisexuals, or just people that look different should be treated the same in all public places as long as they are not violating the law.
In regard to unisex restrooms, they are in use in this country and around the world. Adopting the the use of unisex restrooms provides a safer, less expense, and generally cleaner facilities. Prior to 1887, practically all public restrooms were unixex. In Massachusetts in 1887, the legislature passed a law that factories had to provide separate facilities for women. The legislature felt that women that were being forced to take work in factories should have a private facility with private toilets and locking doors so they would have the same privacy they had at home. Other states passed similar laws. Retail establishments in order to make their facility more friendly to women added a separate facilities for women. This was the beginning of widespread use separate facilities in America.
In the early 20th century, there was a rising number of attacks against women in the cities due primarily to the fact that there were a growing number of women in the workplace and more women were leaving home without escorts. State legislatures look for ways to make our cities safer for women. It was decided that it would improve safety to forbid men from entering the women's restroom even though there was little evidence that it would have any effect on safety. The primary effect of these laws was convincing the public that separate restrooms were safer and that believe exist today. However, the facts show that the opposite is actually true.