While I am probably not the first to pose these, please indulge me:
- New York is the only state in the country where women can be topless legally, after a 1992 ruling in the state's highest court. That means any woman can walk around the city at any time with no shirt on. (Link: NY Daily News). That means my much-better-half can present herself topless at the LGA or JFK TSA screening line in order, you know, to speed things up, right?
- If I am online and either I object to the scanner or I am selected (for whatever reason) to go on the pat-down line, what if I am wearing those track pants with snaps up and down the legs, and underneath I wear only a Speedo and two pasties (say, the Obama logo) on my tits? Won't that speed things up? (In the interest of full disclosure: even during the height of my Taekwondo training I was not a pretty site au natural. While I still try to work-out on my own, I am probably the pastie-white nightmare you imagine).
OH LOOK! Someone (much better looking) beat me to it:
My TSA Stripdown: Nov 21 at Seatac from Furry Girl's Feminisnt.com on Vimeo.
- Typically, we have restroom/dressing room attendants or pat-down agents of the same gender of the customer. Say a gay person says I don't want any same-gendered agent frisking me because that I am uncomfortable with anyone of the same gender touching me there! Would the TSA accommodate the request?
- What if a person (myself, or anyone else) insists on a specific-gendered TSA agent conduct the search? Say I want that gal over there to frisk me, as opposed to that guy. Or could I say anyone but him/her ?
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