Overview[ edit ] The defense of provocation was first developed in English courts in the 16th and 17th centuries. During that period, a conviction of murder carried a mandatory death sentence. Because of that, the need for a lesser offense was inspired. At that time, not only was it seen as acceptable, but it was socially required that a man respond with controlled violence if his honor or dignity were insulted or threatened.
Intuitively, I would think them less likely to do so. So enough with the dumb, mean-spirited legislation. What about the issue itself? I must admit that I always was under the impression that bathrooms were sex-segregated, not gender-segregated, so the issue surprised me a bit, when it first hit the newspapers.
One might be a man, in every observable, behavioral, and psychological way, but no dick, no urinal. For we also have been told that there are more than two genders and in some quarters, the alleged number is in the dozens.
Facebook, famously, has fifty-six or so gender categories, with which one can identify. Are we seriously supposed to contemplate having three, four, six … twenty different kinds of bathrooms?
Such a proposal seems not just impractical but weird and yet, it follows directly from the multiplicity of genders and the proposal that we segregate bathrooms by gender, rather than sex.
How, after all, would one explain to those whose gender is other than male or female that they will have to make use of one of two gendered-bathrooms, neither of which they identify with?
The problem is this: This gorgeous girl has male genitalia. And this handsome guy has female genitalia. And can anyone seriously suggest that the sorts of folks pushing for this crazy legislation would be happier if this happened?
Notice also that it is based entirely on superficial appearances — on what people look like at first glance — which is all that one is ever going to get, passing by another person on the way to the toilet stall.
A rule that would serve all of the relevant interests — both the substantial, rational concerns of the transgendered and the not-very-substantial, somewhat irrational concerns of the rest — could go something like this: Male bathrooms are for people who superficially look like typical men and Female bathrooms are for people who superficially look like women.
Yes, there is the matter of the urinals, but this is simply an accidental result of the fact that when this system got established, no one was making the sorts of distinctions that we do now.
In any event, as a matter of practical effect, it is irrelevant. It will have to remain a matter of family resemblances. Look sufficiently enough like a guy?
Look sufficiently like a woman? Use the ladies room. Look sufficiently like either one? Even the assholes pushing for the legislation in Indiana.
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