Transgender in Women’s Locker Room

It’s a simple enough issue here. If the trans person has just transitioned, then they should use a bit of common sense and know that this situation may occur and try to find some middle ground for a certain period of time. Secondly, if pre-op or non-op, they shouldn’t be appearing naked to other people, that’s what cubicles are for.

Now, the woman (Lisa) who complained and took a photo, what was she doing taking a photo in the changing areas anyway? I’ve been to my local swimming pool 3 times in the past week and there’s a clear sign saying no phones / cameras to be used in the changing areas. I’m in there as part of my new job, and I am post-op, but I’ve always used cubicles when they’ve been available. In this instance for me, I’m using a double cubicle as I’m a carer for someone.

Lastly, let’s just say this person was female from birth but just didn’t fit societies expectations of beauty. This would be reported completely different, especially on blog pages like Gender Trender where’s
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Being transsexual is a medical issue. Being a transvestite or crossdresser is a pleasure issue, and if you can’t distinguish between the 2 them how stupid are you?

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