What's next, police arresting people for not wearing at least three pieces of sex-appropriate clothing?
Man arrested for wearing women's swimsuit
(Note: I don't know anything about this case other than what was in the WHIO-TV broadcast, so I'll be using male gender pronouns in the post since Miller was described as male-identified CD, not TS. It's the most I know at the moment.)
This is a crock.
Police said Miller will be charged with five counts of public indecency and three counts of menacing.
The menacing charges are also ridiculous. They said he wasn't threatening anyone, he just made some people uncomfortable. But if everyone who made me uncomfortable were arrested, well, the police wouldn't be around to arrest Miller.
But I'd like to hear the journalist here, Brittny McGraw, describe exactly how this guy was a threat to anyone. Putting on a women's swimsuit doesn't hurt others unless they're already insecure about their gender.
I just don't get it. Are the police now in charge of enforcing wardrobe choices? And what about his swimsuit is inappropriate, especially considering it was once the style of choice for men, minus the bra?