Laura Ingraham Won't Let Her Daughter Use Transgender-Inclusive Restrooms By Herself 

From the April 21 edition of Courtside Entertainment Group's The Laura Ingraham Show:

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LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): Oh, by the way, I just want to say I have a great sense of relief today. So some people are in the resignation stage of their Trump grief. I'm in the relief stage, I'm just relieved. Now why am I relieved? Because Target is now going to allow transgender people to use the bathroom of their choice. Target has made a decision, and they did the big icon where they changed the red Target mark to a rainbow, or half rainbow and half other. So I'm just personally, I'm very relieved by that. Because now I'm relieved that I have to now walk into bathrooms with my 11-year-old daughter, soon to be 11-years-old. Now I can just say I'll wait outside, but now apparently I'm going to have to walk in with her to every public restroom. Because, you know, there's a subjective test for how you identify as something. Does it require a dress? Does it require a mindset? Does it require an amount of time that you identify as something other than your biological gender? I mean no one's really gamed out how this is going to work as a practical matter, everybody's just feeling good about themselves because we've made so much progress in LGBTQRST rights.


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