Should Inclusive Restrooms Really Include Bears?

Rancho Popantopalous, CA—It started when a local brown bear attempted to use the restroom at the Feldman Public Library in Rancho Popantopalous. At first, library staff refused the bear entry, but when it was clear that the bear self-identified as human, the issue immediately became more complex. The library’s restroom was an “inclusive restroom” and after some thought, library staff decided to allow the bear entry. Despite the mauling of three patrons, the community at large felt good about the decision and celebrated it as a big step for interspecies progress.


This led to a public policy allowing any local bears who identify as human to use any restrooms in the state, without exception.

With more bears using restrooms, the death toll has risen exponentially, causing some people to question if the policy has really been thought through. But this is only a small minority, mostly friends and families of the dead, who have been dismissed as bigots and hatemongers.

There is already talk of building larger stalls and urinals to accommodate the animals. “If you don’t like getting attacked by bears, go home and use your own bathroom,” said librarian Julianna Huxley. “Stop trying to set back the clock.”


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3 thoughts on “Should Inclusive Restrooms Really Include Bears?

  • March 10, 2017 at 3:51 pm

    I’m not sure if this is meant to be mocking trans people or not, but it certainly comes off that way :\

    • April 28, 2017 at 11:38 am

      Get off your high horse . No mention was made of the bear’s gender choice. This is not about humans anyway!

  • May 2, 2017 at 5:40 pm

    Hey, they don’t always go in the woods.


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