Every once in a while I'll have one of these weird instances in which life seems to imitate something I've read in the Post-Dispatch. For example, yesterday there was a story about how the government in New Jersey recently made it illegal for businesses to discriminate against transexuals. Then today I went to Jimmy John's to cop a gabagool, and the chick working the counter may or may not have been a transexual.
I say may or may not have been because honestly I'm not sure. She was ridonkulously large, but chicks around here tend to be pretty big anyway, so who knows. If I would've been thinking, I would've checked for an adam's apple, but I really wasn't trying to look too hard one way or the other. She had a pretty deep voice though (even for a guy), and her hands were pretty big, though, again, probably still in proportion to her ridonkulously large frame.
I'm not sure what the rules are here in Missouri as far as discriminating against transexuals is concerned, but I think there is a case to be made for them being barred from certain kinds of work - especially anything that involves food service and/or working with children. (A transexual serving food to a child would obviously be entirely out of the question.)
I'm not gonna sit here and front like I didn't enjoy my sandwich, beause I did. But I could easily see how a man of lesser... um, stature could have his appetite ruined by having his sandwich handed to him by a tranny. Granted, the same argument could be made for a teh ghey guy or (let's face it) most lesbians, but that's different, in the sense that we can't prove for a fact that teh gheyness is merely a "lifestyle choice" rather than a genuine medical condition, where as being a tranny is obviously the former.
And it's not like businesses don't already discriminate in these matters anyway. The next time you're in a McDonalds, take a look around. Notice how all of the thugged out-looking black dudes are in the back working the microwaves, while all of the black chicks with bad attitudes are working the register, and, of course, the one white guy working there is the manager? Coincidence? Pffft! At the very least, the "broad" at Jimmy John's should've been in the back slicing the roast beef or some shit.
What do you 'bags think? Should a business be allowed to fire a person - or not hire them in the first place - because they're a transexual? What about forcing them to work in the back like they do the black kids at Abercrombie?