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Since World War II, public bathrooms have figured centrally in African-American civil rights struggles for racial integration in the workplace and in schools.Integrating these spaces in the Southern United States meant doing away with Jim Crow laws that mandated, among other things, separate public bathrooms for blacks and whites.Whites defended these segregated spaces with violence.And, with varying degrees of cynicism, segregationists often interpreted demands for racial equality as black male demands for interracial sexual contact with white women. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 8802, which prohibited “discrimination in the employment of workers in defense industries or government,” the government established the Fair Employment Practices Committee to enforce this order.Its purpose was to convince voters about the dangers of the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance, known as HERO, which protected 15 classes of people from discrimination, including LGBT people. 3, Houston voters rejected the city’s anti-discrimination law by a 61-39 percent margin.Opponents of HERO vilified transgender people as sexual predators and portrayed an ordinance protecting them as a “bathroom bill.” In so doing, they reframed a referendum question on civil rights as a question of whether to permit male sexual predators to molest children in women’s bathrooms. The conservative idea that civil rights protections sexually endanger women and children in public bathrooms is not new.
Historian Phoebe Godfrey summarized the racial, gender, and sexual dynamics at play.
Always leave immediately.” The pamphlet circulated nationwide and police in Dade County, Florida, distributed it to 80,000 schoolchildren in 1954 alone.
These same ideas also circulated widely through the antigay film Florida’s anti-gay history, which overlapped with conservative opposition to the ERA and African-American civil rights, is crucial to understanding what transpired in Houston last week.
Obviously if you're watching a scene with a woman tied to a bed while a man forces sex on her, the final act of that movie will involve said man getting shot in the face by Bruce Willis.
If, on the other hand, it's a man being tied down and forced into sex by a pretty lady, well, you're watching a wacky romantic comedy. They have drinks, maybe lunch; witty banter is exchanged. She produces rope (or sometimes handcuffs) and suggests he be chained to the bed and kinkiness will ensue. At which point she cheerfully robs him blind and leaves, leaving the robbed (and naked) guy stuck until someone finds him.In fact, conservative sexual thought has been in the toilet since the 1940s.