By Tom Quiner

Do you want this guy/gal sharing a bathroom with your little girl?

Do you want this guy/gal sharing a bathroom with your little girl … or boy?

Rockers Bruce Springsteen and Bryan Adams are okay with men who like to wear skirts, wigs, and bras going into the girls’ bathroom with your daughter.

They are perfectly comfortable having these guys, who say they identify as gals, in the stall next to their little girl, wife, or sister.

There is nothing weird about these guys/gals in the eyes of these esteemed members of the liberal Elite.

These cultural rockers are joined by corporate rockers like PayPal and Apple who are denying jobs to states that disagree with this newfound wisdom of the Elites.

The cultural rockers feel so strongly about it that they will not perform their popular brand of music in states that have passed laws protecting the religious freedom of those who don’t want men, who feel like women, using the bathroom with their little girl.

Says Mr. Adams:

“I cannot in good conscience perform in a state where certain people are being denied their civil rights.”

Mr. Springsteen agrees.

And yet they are perfectly fine with denying the civil rights of those who disagree. Religious freedom, as spelled out in the First Amendment, is a civil right. Even the ultra-liberal ACLU has admitted as much.

The mendacity of these Elites is as appalling as it is predictable.

As for Paypal and Apple, they have no qualms with doing business in places like China or Singapore and the UAE. Homosexual acts in the latter two is punishable by imprisonment, or worse.

They’re okay with that.

But now they won’t open plants in a place like North Carolina that doesn’t want to force churches and businesses to open the girls’ bathroom up to men who like to pull their panty hose down in front of them.

These haughty gascons sneer at normal folk who go to church each Sunday and believe God created man in His Image, not the other way around. Freedom of conscience, in their view, only applies to them.


  1. Oliver on April 12, 2016 at 10:08 am

    Wow. That’s crazy. I’ve been accused of being a crazy die-hard Apple fan – in a lot of ways, I am – but I’ve always tried to make it clear that I like Apple for doing stuff well. I don’t align myself with Apple on moral issues because they make a good smartphone. And this is crazy. Really.

    People scream “Individual Rights!” and reverse their stance entirely when it comes to other people’s rights. I’m in favor of rights, including rights to sin and destroy your own body (although I strongly disapprove) but we need to remember that the importance of protecting citizens, whether from foreign powers or domestic crazies, trumps allowing people to have “their rights” and put others in danger.

    • quinersdiner on April 12, 2016 at 10:17 am

      I hear you, Oliver. In fact, I blog on a Macbook Pro and have been using Apple products for more than three decades. I use Paypal, too. I use this blog to pushback in my own, small way.

      • Oliver on April 12, 2016 at 10:19 am

        It’s not small.

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