Bill O’Reilly: It’s “Truly Madness” Not to Make Transgendered Kids’ Lives a Living Hell

Ignoring the potential for child abuse, Bill O'Reilly argues that schools should be forced to notify parents if a student is transgendered.

On “The O’Reilly Factor” Tuesday night, Bill O’Reilly argued that it was “truly madness” allow transgendered children to use the bathroom that is appropriate to their expressed gender. But what really got O’Reilly upset was the fact that Massachusetts schools would actually allow a transgendered student to choose how and when to have a conversation about gender identity with his parents. (I mean, honestly, if schools don’t forcefully notify a kid’s parents when he’s dressing up as a girl, how will the parents even know they should be beating the fem out of him?)

Six-year-old transgender student Coy Mathis in Colorado has recently made the news for being prohibited from using the girls’ bathroom in school, despite Coy identifying as a girl. By contrast, Massachusetts law now states that transgender students can play on sports teams and use restrooms of the gender they identify with.

This has Bill so mad, he just doesn’t even know who he is anymore.

O’Reilly brought on Fox News Analyst Monica Crowley, along with Alan Colmes to discuss the issue. Bill ignored Colmes salient points – for instance, that most of O’Reilly’s were factually false – and got to the real core of this issue: locker room hijinks.

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Come on, Bill. Even the frat guy demo is on board with trans-equality. Pretty soon it’s just going to be you and Westboro.


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3 Responses to Bill O’Reilly: It’s “Truly Madness” Not to Make Transgendered Kids’ Lives a Living Hell

  1. barjack


    Looks like Dudley DooRight edited your first paragraph – it doesn't jibe with the email I got.

    • Linda (The Daily Dolt)



      I decided to tone it down a notch if that's what you're referring to.

  2. dale


    In stead of providing evidence to support why he thinks the parents should know, he just says that the opposition is stupid. This is a blatant example of the simplest form of logical fallacy. This man should be fired