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  • #258962
    July 02, 2010 - 13:10

    Once again the passenger has no say and is subject to the Draconian Edict of the day as fancied by the Security Overlords. Give the passengers a choice if you really want to be fair and impartial about the procedure. Traveling inside your own country's borders and we have to hear, 'Your papers please.'

    Tell me, why did the spokesman for the agency feel it necessary to say, 'no particular incident' triggered the new bulletin ?

  • Jennifer
    July 02, 2010 - 13:10

    improve policies? what's your definition of sex? i don't see how this policy improves the traveling experienece of trangender people. heck what if any particular traveler feel less comfortable about this? why not just ask for their consent to be searched by the officer at the desk, and find someone of an alternate sex if that is what the traveler prefers?

  • #258962
    July 01, 2010 - 19:47

    Once again the passenger has no say and is subject to the Draconian Edict of the day as fancied by the Security Overlords. Give the passengers a choice if you really want to be fair and impartial about the procedure. Traveling inside your own country's borders and we have to hear, 'Your papers please.'

    Tell me, why did the spokesman for the agency feel it necessary to say, 'no particular incident' triggered the new bulletin ?

  • Jennifer
    July 01, 2010 - 19:45

    improve policies? what's your definition of sex? i don't see how this policy improves the traveling experienece of trangender people. heck what if any particular traveler feel less comfortable about this? why not just ask for their consent to be searched by the officer at the desk, and find someone of an alternate sex if that is what the traveler prefers?