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So a friend is buying me dinner. Nothing fancy. In fact, he suggested something more expensive than we got, but in the end he allowed me to do the ordering and I was my usual unpretentious self.
But I digress.
See, it was hot that day and I had already downed an entire 1-quart (a nose hair shy of a liter) bottle of Gator Aid, plus a 1-liter bottle of Root Beer. So I hit the men’s room. My friend did too…
Okay, so my friend and I are in the men’s room, and this guy comes in. Well, not just this guy but this guy and his two kids. The younger of the two was a boy and the older was a girl.
Why isn’t this man in prison?
Realistically — and I am NOT talking theory here — if I had simply whipped it out and started peeing in front of a strange girl I would have been arrested. And this is no small crime. We’re talking permanent record here, we’re talking “Sex Offender” registry. That’s what they do to grown men who expose little girls to that sort of thing. For real.
In an even worse case, one I did not personally witness, a father brought his little girl into the men’s locker room at a health club. In the event you are from another planet, let me explain: A men’s locker room is where men change their clothing. They also frequently take showers there. in any case, it is a place where you will find a group of men in various stages of undress, including naked. And, again, men who intentionally expose their naked bodies to strange little girls not only get arrested, but they get labelled “Sexual Offenders” and wind up on sex offender registries.
These are very, very serious crimes. These are crimes that mark a person for life.
“Het Parent” privilege knows no bounds. The universe owes them for figuring out how to have sex without the proper use of birth control. Yup. It marks them as special. And if they feel like going someplace, no matter how inappropriate it is, no matter how unaccommodating it may be, They are not only bestowed with the right to go, but the privilege of re-writing the laws in order to accommodate themselves.
That is their privilege.