Singer and former Pussycat Doll member Kaya Jones is mostly known now for her outspoken conservative stance on Twitter, but a recent tweet has revealed another major aspect of her personality that no one needed to know. She has a real problem with bathrooms!
How would you feel about your child using this bathroom? pic.twitter.com/W9HSqDUzCx
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) January 6, 2019
In all seriousness, Jones seems to be a making a not-so-veiled attempt to discredit those who don’t identify as cisgendered males or females.
She’s no stranger to bigoted rhetoric. Here are some of her other tweets from 2018:
Ok with killing babies,not ok with straws. Ok with Iran,not ok with America. Ok with drugs,not ok with guns. Ok with a million genders,not ok with science proving only 2. Ok with threatening the President,not ok with a joke towards a ball player. The left has lost their minds!
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) August 5, 2018
I just threw up a little bit🤮🤢 gross and again glorifying confusion. There’s only two genders people. When will my industry make me proud? Jeez y’all are dumb!
Britney Spears releases teaser for new gender-neutral fragrance https://t.co/ix8S5hbjy7
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) July 16, 2018
I’m not being mean, I’m being honest. Science 🔬 shows us two just 2 not 58 genders. XY and XX. A hermaphrodite is an exception and usually a parent/parents are forced to chose for the child which they will live as. That’s all.There’s only two sexes people. Science gotta love it
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) March 3, 2018
Where oh where are all the real men? This nation has raised a bunch of weak men who are scared of women. I mean. No please come back real men! I’m blaming the 58 genders on this one! Oh wait there’s only 2!
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) March 15, 2018
If Jones took a moment to self-reflect on the supposed harm members of the LGBTQ+ community have done to her, she may realize her stance on all of these issues is deeply flawed and intolerant. This moment of introspection will have to wait, however, because Twitter couldn’t help but focus on Jones’ bathroom problem.
Right off the bat, many people went ahead and answered her question. How would they feel about their child using a gender-neutral bathroom?
How convenient, we can all use the same toilets!
— John Wood (@JSWood75) January 6, 2019
I'd be glad I was in a place that cared enough to have gender neutral bathrooms, and I'd explain to them why it has been done and why, in my view, it's a good thing.
— Nick Pett 🏳️🌈 (@pettoir) January 6, 2019
Just fine. Like, 100 percent fine.
— Ben Stephens (@stephens_ben) January 6, 2019
Many other Twitter users pointed out the idea that gender-neutral bathrooms have been used before in pretty much every house, airplane, and public space you’ve ever been in.
It’s just called…a bathroom.
you got a bathroom at home? https://t.co/uv8AJ00fxe
— ᴡɪʟ (@properrdosee) January 6, 2019
You mean a unisex bathroom?? Because that's what this is https://t.co/YgOGnotEd2
— B-Wyatt (@B_Wyatt_TQMG) January 6, 2019
You mean like . . . At home? On a airplane? The train? I'd be more pissed off with you filming me, you fucking nonce!! What the fuck do you think kids get up to in there #pervert #shutthefuckup https://t.co/8Ags4Rvvr7
— Nicci Rothwell (@NicciRothwell) January 6, 2019
It seems Jones may be…overreacting?!
Oh no, a gender neutral bathroom just like the one at home oh no oh no.
— Kevin M. Kruse (@KevinMKruse) January 6, 2019
And ALL disabled toilets which are gender neutral 🤷🏻♂️.
— Tony Pearson (@tone_delpiero) January 6, 2019
The most disturbing thing about this bathroom is the woman outside with a camera.
— Charlotte Clymer🏳️🌈 (@cmclymer) January 6, 2019
I'd be more concerned that there was a fucking weirdo stood outside filming a public bathroom tbh https://t.co/kxk7eoQf7X
— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) January 6, 2019
I'd be weirded out by you standing there filming the bathroom. https://t.co/lCv1k4QdtB
— Perfect Little Soup Bran (@ItsTheBrandi) January 6, 2019
With Jones so close to the bathroom, many admitted they may steer their children clear.
DEPENDS. MY CHILD HAS A FEAR OF ANY TOILET WITH SOMEONE STANDING OUTSIDE OF IT PUSHING THEIR PHONE FORWARD AND BACK TO ZOOM IN AND OUT ON A TOILET SIGN.
— O (@WANDAGROUP) January 6, 2019
Pretty uncomfortable if you were going to be lurking outside with a camera like a dodgy pervert. If you weren’t then I’d be absolutely fine with it. After all they manage to use gender neutral bathrooms at home, on planes and on trains without any incident at all.
— Vikki (@TetchyBitch) January 6, 2019
Why are Trump supporters so obsessed with toilets? It’s getting weird. Why can’t you just let people piss in peace?
— Christopher Wylie 🏳️🌈 (@chrisinsilico) January 6, 2019
One might hope this thumping on Twitter would drive an individual to change their ways but, sadly, that is not the case with Jones.
Since going viral for being a bigot, she’s continued down the same path…
I am a true warrior for my gender. I don’t want anyone telling me as a woman who can come into my bathroom. I don’t want men in my bathroom. It makes me very uncomfortable.
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) January 6, 2019
…and has met similar results.
Funny, when I was a young child and was out in public with my father and one of us had to use the bathroom, he would bring me into the men’s room with him so he knew I was supervised. And you know what happened when I, a young girl, went in there?
Nothing. To anyone. Ever.
— Sarah McGonagall (@sarahmcgbeauty) January 8, 2019
Transwoman aren’t men, you would never know she was cisgender at one point. Plus, there are stalls as we don’t use urinals, so what‘s the problem? Share the mirror and counter space 😊
— norvina (@norvina1) January 8, 2019
I'm a woman, I don't want haters in my bathroom, you make me very uncomfortable
— Anne Parker (@NMP_never) January 6, 2019
Perhaps the best advice for Jones was offered here:
Wow, this tweet failed almost as epically as your last. You’re not good at this. Stop. Talk to people who are. Read something. Stop tweeting before you know what you’re talking about. You’re welcome.
— Brian Sims (@BrianSimsPA) January 7, 2019
That sounds like something to remember!