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Tranny Upset that TSA Scanners Don't Have a Trans Option

Tranny Upset that TSA Scanners Don't Have a Trans Option

By Earl Hall for Allen B West

Well, I guess this is a sign of the times, but it still amazes me we’re having these kinds of discussions these days. We’ve all gotten used to the fact that our entire bodies are scanned and revealed naked to TSA officials in those airport body scanners. When the carpets match the drapes, it doesn’t spark an alarm. But when there’s an end table behind the drapes… well, that’s a different story.

I never realized full body scanners are stuck in the Stone Age “sexual binary” where TSA agents push a pink or blue button when someone enters the scanner to take into account the anatomical differences between males and females.

But that’s SO old fashioned, because now we must accommodate the tiny percentage of the human population, which is somewhere betwixt and between.

As NBC News reports, “a transgender woman says she was delayed by TSA workers at Orlando International Airport who thought her body parts didn’t match her gender identity.

Shadi Petosky, a writer and producer, tweeted about the ordeal over her anatomical “anomaly” as it happened, saying she missed her American Airlines flight on Monday due to the incident.

I stepped into the full body scanner, the TSA agent looked at me and pressed the F button,” Petosky said in an interview with NBC News via text message. “The scanner picked up an ‘anomaly’ in my crotch area.”

“I said, ‘I’m transgender. That’s my penis,'” Petosky recalled. “The TSA officer then said something like, ‘If you are a man, then go back in the machine and we’ll run you as a man.'”

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