In Seattle, Washington, an unidentified adult male entered a young girls’ changing room and stripped down in front of a swim team.

When the young girls, shocked at what was happening, asked the man what he was doing, he replied, “the law has changed and I have a right to be here.”

Law enforcement officials say the man did not attempt to disguise himself as a woman or identify as a transgender.

According to guidelines outlined in state law, appearances don’t make a difference in cases of “gender identity.”

David Takimi, a spokesperson for Seattle Parks where the scene unfolded, released a statement explaining exactly what occurred:

“Seeing this individual in the locker room, parents of swim team [girls] and women who had paid for lap swim became alarmed and alerted our front desk staff. 

In response, an Evans Pool staff member entered the women’s locker room and asked the man to leave.”

Many Americans have expressed concerns over so-called “transgender” laws being passed in legislatures around the country.

They fear that pedophiles and other deranged individuals will exploit the law to “peep” at women and young girls.

One of the locals who regularly visits Seattle Parks agreed:

“Either identify yourself as a transgender or you’re not, and you’re just taking advantage of a loophole.”

Opponents of so-called “transgender” laws have long warned that outcomes such as this would inevitably happen.

But LGBT advocates ignored and played down those fears, labeling critics as “bigots” and stirring up a public fuss over alleged “civil rights” violations.

Another local resident who attends the pool regularly chastised the new so-called “transgender” law saying, “they’re causing people to feel exposed and vulnerable with the intention of reducing people feeling exposed and vulnerable.”

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