One of the things we see frequently with wedge issues is that both sides
dig in on something pretty quickly as soon as it turns up. On a national
level, 2 years ago, bathrooms were a non-issue. Today, they're divisive.
One side wants an immediate and sweeping change to a long status-quo, using
law; the other side wants to codify the status quo using law.
How does this gridlock get broken
Glenn Beck today came out to echo Ted Cruz on the issue of "bathroom bills," calling the idea of letting transgenders use the bathroom of the gender they feel comfortable as clear "New York values."
SCOTUS has issued a stay on a Virginia circuit court's ruling, temporarily upholding a school's anti-trans bathroom policy until they can issue a fuller ruling. The post SCOTUS Temporarily Blocks Trans Teen’s Bathroom Rights as it W...
On the heels of a new bathroom bill in Wisconsin and just days after bathroom usage became an issue for one transgender student in Missouri, a YMCA near Seattle is embroiled in its own bathroom battle. The Y in Tacoma, Wash. attempt...
While the issue of bathroom policing may have found its unfortunate cultural moment as a wedge issue for the right (they’re really running out of ideas at this point), the topic isn’t new. In fact, the subject made national headline...