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Song Parodies -> "Concern for Gender"

Original Song Title:

"Return to Sender"

Original Performer:

Elvis Presley

Parody Song Title:

"Concern for Gender"

Parody Written by:

Dan Creeden

The Lyrics

Concern for Gender
Concern for Gender

North Carolina has some issues
With laws they pass and choose
Telling people where to go
With number one and two

It's all so crazy
Concern for Gender, your sex unknown
Where to tinkle, use which throne

It's such a quarrel, a gender spat
Just mark the door already so
I can go in and crap

So much ado about nothing
One's plumbing don't matter you see
As long as you leave the place
Clean enough for me to pee

It's all so crazy
Concern for Gender, your sex unknown
Where to tinkle, use which throne

Next time when I travel in the South
Not worried who's dropping stool
Just want a stall that don't have a smell
With toilet paper full

Concern for Gender
Concern for Gender

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Peter Andersson - April 27, 2016 - Report this comment
555 manly pelvic thrusts (No Homo!) for this excellent take on the OS!
Rob Arndt - April 27, 2016 - Report this comment
Out here in California we have Family Restrooms marked with a blue triangle that shows a man, woman, child, and disabled chair. Usually in large Walmart grocery stores and Target. I use them all the time because most adults avoid them. I am disabled, so I freely use them. Back on topic with NC and gender, I don't personally care. It's the 21st century and what defines our sex is more than just genitalia. I was against this issue until I read about 5 year old Cody who asked his Marine daddy to surgically fix his problem because he felt like a girl and wanted to be herself. The dad allowed Cody to grow his blonde hair long, bought girls clothes and toys, and petitioned his school to let her use the girl's restroom. He won. I've also seen several films about true murders of teen boys that dressed as girls because they felt feminine. It should be noted that ALL human life starts out female in the womb. Male genitalia develops later. Why is it we accept almost any birth defect but discard theories surrounding gender bonding abnormalities? I believe SOME people may be born that way. At least it's a possibility. Only God knows for sure. This is not to justify the LGBT claims or refute the Bible which addresses adult sexual behavior. Btw, there are also common diaper stations in Men's Restrooms these days in which male adults take little girls. No biggie IMHO. And traditionally, women have always taken little boys to the Women's. Do we really need restroom attendants or security in all restrooms now?
John Lomain - April 27, 2016 - Report this comment
Good parody. There probably should be more unisex bathrooms
Duh... - April 27, 2016 - Report this comment
If you have a penis, you go in the men's room. If you have a vagina, you use the women's room. This is not quantum physics, people
Anonymous - April 28, 2016 - Report this comment
Join the twenty-first century, jerk . It's more complicated than that now.
Peter Andersson - April 28, 2016 - Report this comment
I'll need to ask a question here - are big restrooms where strangers can just walk in through an unlocked door the norm in the US?

Sure, we still have some of those in Sweden but the most common type are now primarily for one person only and can be locked from the inside - but here's the twist - thanks to laws about public ascessibility for the disabled they're normally big enough for a wheelchair, which at the same time means they're big enough for a mother (or father, or both) to take a child in there for a diaper change.

So we have a different set of laws that at the same time generally solved the problem that seems to have gotten a whole army of One Guys upset over this parody!
You fail biology forever - April 28, 2016 - Report this comment
Twenty-first century humanity is no more complicated than humanity in any century that preceded it. Humanity continues to consist ONLY of males and females. Your "feelz" about what you are or would like to be remain as irrelevant to what you actually are as in all preceding centuries.
You also fail basic literacy - April 28, 2016 - Report this comment
FYI, HB2 also has virtually nothing to do with "gender" concerns. Its main purpose was to overturn a meddlesome and oppressive sex-offender-enabling Charlotte ordinance (itself written with the help of a convicted sex offender, incidentally) and prevent any other city from passing such laws. The reasons for this were not at all theoretical: under a similar ordinance in Seattle, a man entered changing room for girls and women, and the facility was forbidden to throw him out. According to some sources, that was just a social experiment. However, up in Canada, where they also have such a "non-discrimination" ordinance, an actual rapist used the very same loophole to gain access to women's shelters and rape several victims before he was finally arrested. Under HB2, neither of these men would have been given this kind of access to girls and women; HB2 has therefore made North Carolina much safer for girls and women than Seattle and Canada.

Try actually READING HB2 instead of what its "virtue-signalling" enemies tell you about it. This is the final draft as signed into law by the governor:
Dr Giorgio Coniglio dec - April 28, 2016 - Report this comment
There could be a danger in unequivocal, but non-expert opinions, supported by websites for the converted, being parlayed into un-needed laws (such as the one we have now all read). I would imagine that assault (whatever the perpetrator's personal paraphernalia) is still a crime in Seattle and in Canada. Perhaps municipalities shouldn't have to guarantee the basic rights of facility-users. However, most people and organizations will likely continue to feel safer in Seattle and in Canada than in NC.
Rob Arndt - April 28, 2016 - Report this comment
Sorry to push back, but there have always been hermaphrodites too born with both. What restroom do they use? And then there are man-made shemales some of which look more female than real women. Sure, they have male genitalia pre-op or choose to retain the male genitalia, but using a Men's Room usually can provoke violence. They too more often than not use the Ladies. I haven't read any problems with that. Btw, you mention none of the male homosexual behavior in Men's Rooms with Gay sex and glory holes or normal men who have deliberately gone into the Ladies to assault and rape women regardless of what a sign represents. I think common sense would dictate the use of Family Restrooms (like we have in California) in public to solve this problem. Also, Unisex restrooms too with one toilet and a lock. Also, nothing wrong with Dan's parody.
Rob Arndt - April 28, 2016 - Report this comment
Yes, Peter, large restrooms are common in most grocery, department, specialty, and box stores. A typical Costco has a Men's Room with 3 urinals and 2-3 toilets (one of which is always a large disabled one). The Ladies has 8 stalls! Walmarts, Targets, Kohl's, Sears, Safeways, Bel Airs, etc... pretty much the same. Single restrooms with locks are typically found at gas stations, some fast food places, and small businesses. I live in ultra-liberal California, so no one really cares about gender issues.

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