It doesn’t take much to trigger and upset liberals these days, but a restaurant in Texas clearly isn’t concerned with being politically correct.
According to the Daily Dot, Dodie’s Place, in Allen, Texas, came up with a clever way to distinguish its men’s and women’s restrooms.
The eatery used two different pictures: one of Bruce Jenner winning the decathlon in the 1976 Olympics that made him a national hero and a household name; the other of “Caitlyn” Jenner from in the 2015 Vanity Fair interview that made Jenner a household name once again (if not exactly a national hero).
Most people could probably guess which restroom door got which picture.
Dom DiFurio, who uploaded the photo to Twitter, told the Daily Dot that Allen, Texas, wasn’t a friendly spot for LGBTQ members.
“Collin County, where Allen, Texas, is, as a whole is considered a conservative bastion in North Texas,” DiFurio said. “I wouldn’t consider it a particularly great place to be LGBTQ.”
No doubt, Allen, Texas, would be crushed to hear that.
It’s a restaurant that’s using two of the best known pictures in contemporary American pop culture to differentiate the men’s room from the women’s room. Normal people get the message immediately. Normal people with a sense of humor might actually laugh.
While some may find the bathroom posters offensive, they were just pictures explaining basic biology — nothing more, nothing less.
While plenty of oversensitive liberals will presumably disagree, the message is effective.
With the bathroom debacle getting out of hand — especially given Democrats essentially want men and women to use whatever restroom they want — this Texas restaurant satirized transgender bathrooms and gave the rest of us a laugh at the same time.
Dodie’s Place nailed it.