June 1, 2016
In a sure-to-be landmark case, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, San Francisco, has ruled in favor of three California youth who recently sued to gain admittance to a XXX movie theater. The boys, ranging in age from 11-13 years old, solemnly stated that they “identify” as 23-year-old trans-genders, and thus could not reasonably be refused entry into the adult cinema. “Pat,” one of the transgender
who goes by the name “Pat,” claims that allowing trans-aged, trans-genders into
theaters showing “adult movies” will make everyone
feel “more comfortable, included and respected.”
Pat and his friends are also suing two liquor stores and a Super America for, respectively, refusing to sell them a bottle of cherry vodka, a case of light beer and a pack of menthol cigarettes.