Go ahead, make fun of the fact that several City Council members introduced a bill Wednesday to have more restrooms set aside for women. Why? Because females take longer, explained Yvette Clarke, who dubbed the legislation the “Restroom Equity Bill.” “Every woman and little girl can recall a situation were they waited in a long line to use the bathroom,” said Clarke, an East Flatbush Democrat and one of the main sponsors of the bill.
The law would apply to arenas, auditoriums, drinking places, meeting halls, theaters, dance halls and stadiums. Other buildings would be required to adhere to the 2:1 ratio as best as possible, with details yet to be worked out in full. “I think the courts are recognizing that restroom facilities are an essential, important service,” he told the Associated Press in an interview. According to Clarke, similar bills have been adopted in at least 12 states and cities like Pittsburgh and St. Paul, Minn.
She said that the potty parity law could easily be accommodated at some facilities by the change of signs on the restroom doors. “We have fought for equal rights in employment, leadership and society,” said Brooklyn Councilwoman Leticia James. “The next logical step would be to have parity when it comes to using the restroom. That is such a basic right.”
A 2-1 ratio is parity? This is what left-liberal thinking has come to. They’re not even embarrased to publicly make moronic statements like this anymore. This is like saying that if the Vikings and Packers finish at 11-5 and 10-6 while the Bears and Lions finish at 6-10 and 5-11, there is parity in the NFC North. Of course, considering the childish thinking of the left, I’m only surprised that the insane and unjust courts haven’t proclaimed restroom facilities to be a Constitutional right instead of only an “essential, important service.”