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Bathroom-gate has inspired controversy, criticism, and debate.
Enclosed is an interview with Jennifer Braly, the pre-op male to female transsexual that is the central figure of the bathroom-gate scandal at the University of Arkansas-Ft. Smith.
Jennifer had some interesting takes on the bathroom-gate affair, transgender rights, Obama-care, and what determines gender identity disorder.
Here is the full interview transcribed:
CampusReform.org: What do you know about the complaints against you for entering the women's restrooms?
[The university told me] 'some students complained and we had to make a decision and this was our decision.' So I decided to try to fight that, and I filed a complaint with the Department of Justice, the Civil Rights Division, Educational Assistance, out of Washington, D.C. And they took up my case, and I got a verdict back about a couple months ago where they reached an agreement that I could use the women's restrooms....
The problems continued when I started doing lecture in the Psychology Department, and my gender identity, who I actually was, became publicly known on campus.... [T]he students found out I was transsexual and they decided they didn't want me using their bathroom. And they raised some complaints. I don't know how many complaints. One, two, it could be twenty, I don't know....