He said it is "Wrong" to keep transgender people out of the bathroom and showers of the actual opposite sex. It is a matter of equal rights. What do you think? I look at it as a safety issue. Most moms don't allow their little boys to go into a men's restroom even at five or six or more without an older brother or dad to escort them. Why is that? Because there is always a possibility of the one vile person. So the little boys come into the ladies' room. So, IF there were truly men who actually are committed to being female, I know they could understand this point… How is a woman abel to tell if the six foot man entering the bathroom dressed like a woman is innocent; or, is he dangerous, standing around pretending to put on lipstick and waiting for the the right circumstance, the right victim to drag into a stall. And just because a man is transgender, does that mean he is not heterosexual? Bruce Jenner is transgender, but says he is also heterosexual. He is attracted to women just the same. How do you feel about your little daughters going into the bathrooms by themselves. And how about teen boys taking advantage of this transgender law, great fun? And how about the sweet little girls and teens who are so shy and private in their feelings becoming a victim of fear, teasing, not knowing what to do, and being confronted with a clean shaven man in a dress and eyeshadow? Transgender people have children are any not seeing a bad situation? Are Lesbians really going to go into the mens room? I think they could run into a real problem, bad, bad. So do you have any concern about any of this.