2. “Regardless of what my state’s law now says, and regardless of the gender that appears on my birth certificate, I do not plan on frequenting any women’s restrooms now or anytime in the future. Doing so would guarantee two things: that I would be uncomfortable, and that the women sharing the bathroom with me could be uncomfortable. And so I will continue to use bathrooms that correspond with my gender identity. If that is an act of protest, then let it be an act of protest. But personally, I just like to call it ‘peeing.’” Speaking of, here’s a transgender Christian North Carolina resident’s take on the bill.