In Anchorage Alaska the voters narrowly turned down a “bathroom bill” that would have rolled back legal protections for transgendered individuals who would use the bathroom of their choice that would correspond with how they perceive their masculine or feminine identity. This means that the protections remain, they can piss where they want.

Good for them.

Now what about me.

These rights granted individuals to use whatever bathroom they choose is about caring about their feelings, keeping them safe, ridding them of stress for basic functions of having to urinate or deficate in a public rest room. I don’t get such protections when it comes to my dick.

I am cut. I am not uncut and I am constantly being berated in this society because of it.

For example, take a look at a clip from the article at The Daily Dot where I learned about this vote.

After reading the article I saw this as I continued scrolling, saying “Pure, uncut internet. Straight to your inbox.”

Uncut is often used this way to promote something that is fuller, better, not damaged.

I am damaged and it affects my life every single day every time I look at my dick, every time I think about the trauma that was forced upon me at birth. Seeing that part of my most prized possession of creation and pleasure and masculinity having been sliced off is devastating. Being reminded of that with statements like what I just saw on The Daily Dot only makes it worse.

Where are the protests? What law maker is stopping this holocaust?

Cutting the vagina is banned, cutting the penis is legal. WHAT THE FUCK IS WRONG WITH THIS COUNTRY.

Women who are protected from this horror of circumcision are currently pursuing legal cases saying that they suffered emotionally from men who touched their leg or came on to them too strong repeatedly and win million$. The events go back 40 or 50 years even.

None of these lawmakers give a shit about what I have endured by the medical profession and this horrendous disgusting Jewish tradition that is claimed to be a protected by “religious rights”. I am not Jewish and this was forced on me at birth. I never had a choice. My parents should never have been forced to “decide for me”. How dare any society allow such a thing.

My claim for reparation has gone beyond the statute of limitations, whereas women are powering through having those statues destroyed and transgendered are getting their bathroom feelings accommodated.

I demand those laws change and become EQUAL WITH THOSE ENJOYED BY WOMEN WHO KEEP CLAIMING THEY ARE NOT BEING TREATED EQUAL.