Peanut Butter, Jelly & Pee

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Some things seem terribly simple to most, yet cause a debate of epic proportions because a few very confused/angry fellas just don’t get it. Transgender folks wanting to use the bathroom fitting their gender is one of these things.

Magician Justin Willman breaks the whole thing down for these outraged defenders of the holy kingdom of pee with some peanut butter and jelly…

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  1. The peanut butter in the jelly jar and the jelly in the peanut butter are real physicalities, not dystopic mental derangements.

  2. Very simple, yet apropos. Horselips noted the difference between something being real because it’s observable and deranged because it’s not observable. Thereby continuing such arguments as gravity doesn’t exist, poverty is caused by laziness and depression is your fault.

    Could these be true? Sure, why not? But why hide behind pseudo -scientific arguments when the truth us it makes you uncomfortable and doesnt fit with your view of reality? Same reason people are still uncomfortable with black people, interracial marriage, and homosexuality.

    If transgendered people are deluded, it doesn’t benefit them for others to refute their claim(if you argue with a truly deluded person, expect violence(I work in mental health, btw)), if they’re not deluded, they’re living a truly unfortunate lifestyle and you’re simply adding to how unfortunate it is… just like people may have done to you in the past.

    1. Nicely said.

      Unfortunately, these topics will never be talked about in an intelligent way in horsey’s (or any others) church sermons.

  3. After reading the idiotic comments there, it’s obvious this video didn’t have the intended results hoped for. As a gay man, using a public men’s room can be enjoyable if there’s cute guys in sight. At the same time it can be frightening if there’s rough looking assholes around. I don’t want to be mugged, or worse. I’m not sure I’d be any safer in the ladies room. The women wouldn’t be too happy to see me there, and I’m sure there are many who could easily beat me up.

    I did some research on this and with the exception of a few horrible disgusting creepy assholes that dressed up as women in order to gain access to women’s bathrooms, washrooms and change areas, I couldn’t come up with a single example of any true m to f trannies videoing, assaulting or raping women. Are the men and women against these laws also afraid they’ll be assaulted by gay guys and lesbian girls? If so, shouldn’t they be advocating no homosexuals should be allowed in public facilities? The whole thing is just a lame excuse to those who oppose transgender’s rights and freedoms.

    Honestly I feel there are so many people who’ve lost their basic common sense and ability to think properly these days.

    1. “After reading the idiotic comments there, it’s obvious this video didn’t have the intended results hoped for.”

      And a bit curious just as to WHO this video is intended? After all, for a gay teen site, aren’t most younger people not caring about this transgender thing? I don’t think they have too many problems with it.

      That would leave the older generation who need to be “schooled” about transgenderism and the respective restrooms used for them. It’s this generation that’s doing most of the “complaining” and making rather stupid laws to keep people out of public areas. And then we narrow it down to the “conservatives” [sic].

      horsey, are you listening?

      1. I’m all ears. Trouble is, a lot of this is going in one and right out the other.

        One day, maybe in my lifetime, science will detach itself from corrupt funding, political correctness and the progressive agenda and recover its badly shaken credibility. And maybe after that, we’ll find out for sure whether transgenderism is indeed a scientific reality or simply a mental thing. When all that happens, whatever the result, I’ll be happy to go along with it.

      2. “And a bit curious just as to WHO this video is intended? After all, for a gay teen site, aren’t most younger people not caring about this transgender thing? I don’t think they have too many problems with it.”

        What? Since when is YouTube considered a strictly gay teen site? Seems to me you’re a bit delusional.

        “That would leave the older generation who need to be “schooled” about transgenderism and the respective restrooms used for them. ”

        Exactly. Since you missed the sarcasm in the video that was actually directed towards an older adult audience, you totally missed the point. Obviously, you’re not the sharpest knife in the drawer.

  4. Why don’t everyone else do like Target and like Long beach .create single stalls bathrooms and single stall changeing rooms

  5. “What? Since when is YouTube considered a strictly gay teen site?”

    Hmm. Where did I say “YouTube?” Isn’t it obvious that I was referring to the posting on THIS SITE? Now, who’s a bit delusional?

    “Since you missed the sarcasm in the video that was actually directed towards an older adult audience, you totally missed the point.”

    And, since you missed my sarcasm directed towards the older audience in here.

    “Obviously, you’re not the sharpest knife in the drawer.”

    Back at you. Btw, my blade is plenty sharp enough. But, you should make an appointment for your own sharpener.

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