“Every man has a property in his own person. This nobody has a right to, but himself.”
And nobody has to accept his claim his rights supercede their rights.
Trans ‘rights’ advocates are pushing past a once distant bridge. They have the same rights as the rest of us. Not among those rights is immunity to charges of indecent exposure because of their self-perception.
“[W]hat threat could possibly unite radical feminists and Christian women conservatives?”
We should tolerate everyone’s perceived personhood. So long as it’s merely psychological, and not infringing.
We can be civil, nothing more is required, without having to agree with their opinion. Or being forced to use their pronouns, share bathrooms with them, or date them.
We should not let a tiny, arguably delusional, minority define personhood as “whatever I think I am at the moment.”
We should not legislate such transitory, whimsical definitions.