Over the past two years, people on both sides of the aisle have been strangely obsessed with bathrooms, especially as they pertain to transgender people. “Bathroom bills” — bills that attempt to legislate which restrooms transgender people can and cannot use — have taken up an impressive amount of time and legislative attention, and often seem heavily divided on partisan lines, with libertarians awkwardly hovering in the camp of “do whatever you want” (as usual). Last week, Texas senators debated whether they should move forward with bathroom legislation.
My vote is no.
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