The Bathroom Dispute…

This is one of those areas where libertarian principles can give you some clarity. Something important to understand and have in your mind when considering the bathroom debate and the issues surrounding it, is the fact that Americans have lost their sense of Liberty and more specifically with this topic, their understanding of land and private property ownership. When one owns their own property regardless if they are a corporation or an individual, they have the right to make their own rules regarding their bathrooms. If they want to allow trans genders to use whatever bathrooms they decide, that is their Liberty to make that choice and you as a consumer have the Liberty to decide not to patron those companies or use their restrooms, therefore your rights are not being infringed because you have the choice to not use those bathrooms or frequent those companies. If you disagree with their policies, you protest by taking your business elsewhere. One (or Corporation) also has the right to segregate their bathrooms into whatever conditions they decide. And if one as a consumer disagrees with those decisions, they have the Liberty and right to take their business elsewhere. Corporations and companies will naturally adjust their policies to the will of the people because they don’t want to lose customers. That is what the principles of Liberty, freedom and property rights and ownership are all about. These social issues will work themselves out on their own without government involvement. It’s not government’s role to get involved in decisions of this nature made in the private sector. There will be plenty of companies and corporations that have bathroom rules that are aligned with one’s moral principles, without government legislating laws one way or the other. And when it comes to government facilities, that should be left up to the States. And arguably up to the ones that control the particular facility.

– Michael Vincent –

Myth-Busters: Liberty vs. The Bathroom Bullies…

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