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Dem Rep Cohen Is Completely Destroyed By Testimony About Her Men In Women’s Locker Rooms Comments [VIDEOS]

In a recent exchange in Congress, Rep. Steve Cohen, a Democrat, and Rep. Matt Gaetz, a Republican, clashed over the issue of locker room privacy, with Paula Scanlan, a swimmer and witness, playing a central role in the discussion.

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Cohen began the conversation by expressing his opinion about Scanlan’s situation at the University of Pennsylvania. He acknowledged that the university could have handled the situation better by potentially erecting barriers inside the women’s locker room.

However, this solution did not sit well with Gaetz, who redirected the question to Scanlan. She asked, “Miss Scanlan, we just heard my fellow Democrat, Mr. Cohen, say that your situation could have been completely resolved if we had some barriers to women’s showers. Do you think that’s a sufficient way to solve what we are dealing with here?

Scanlan gave a cogent response, pointing out the apparent contradiction in Cohen’s position. He noted that if barriers are needed in women’s changing rooms to protect privacy and provide security, this inherently suggests that there are biological differences between men and women.

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She argued: “I think Rep. Cohen is admitting that we need barriers recognizing that there are biological differences between men and women. And recognizing that we need to have private spaces separate from each other. Why can’t we use the locker rooms that we’ve always used , male and female? If you recognize that we need protection and privacy for these men, then you recognize that the locker rooms we’ve always used are the right ones.”

This exchange brings to light the insanity of biological males who support the left in women’s spaces and sports.

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