Watch What Happens When a YouTuber Walks into Women’s Bathroom Dressed as ‘Transgender Female’

Viral YouTube star Joey Salads is back with another video in which he dresses as a female, identifies as transsexual and walks into a women’s bathroom

The social experiment, which aimed to gauge women’s reactions to a biological male walking into their bathroom, follows the passage of legislation in North Carolina that requires people to use bathrooms that correspond with the genders in which they were born.

After speaking with a medical doctor, who said that genders are based on DNA, chromosomes and biology, and a transsexual, who argued that gender is a “social construct,” the YouTube star donned a wig and a dress and headed to a public restroom.

After following the first female into the bathroom, Salads is immediately met with a hostile response from the frightened and agitated woman.

“You can’t be in here!” the woman says. “You can’t just say you’re a girl!”

The YouTuber is met with similar reactions after following two other females into the restroom as well.

“Get the fuck out of here!” one woman yells.

Near the end of the video, after one encounter left an older female screaming in fear, the YouTube star is eventually met by a young woman who nervously discusses his alleged identity.

“As you can tell from this video… most women are not comfortable sharing a bathroom with a trans person,” Salads comments. “There has to be another solution for this debate because women are not comfortable sharing a bathroom and the trans people want to share the bathroom.”

Salads’ channel, which boasts over 1 million subscribers, frequently touches on political issues. In a video last month, the young YouTuber was assaulted by Bernie Sanders supporters for holding a Trump sign.


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