Apparently musicians really care about restrooms (at least in the U.S.).
The latest celebrity to join the boycott bandwagon is Canadian rocker Bryan Adams. Fresh off a gig in Egypt earlier this year --- where the LGBT community is more worried about staying alive than finding a place to go pee-pee --- Adams has cancelled shows in North Carolina and Mississippi over their so-called religious freedom or "bathroom" laws.
Comedian Steven Crowder joined The Glenn Beck Program on Friday to let off a little steam about Bryan Adams, Bruce Springsteen, Ringo Starr and the growing list of musicians canceling performances in the U.S.
"When Ringo Starr and Bryan Adams boycott your state, the losers are all other 49 states," Crowder joked.
Other than the outright hypocrisy of these musicians (Adams recently toured Saudi Arabia, a country that kills homosexuals and transgender people), Crowder wanted to ensure the real issue didn't get lost in the shuffle.
"They say it's anti-LGBQTI . . . " Crowder said. "And so they're trying this out and acting as though it's exclusive to gay people to lock it in with this whole transgender bathroom thing. It's totally dishonest."
Glenn agreed. The real concern is protecting the rights of a very small minority at the expense of our daughters, mothers, sisters and other females who deserve safety and privacy.
"I think the uber-militant LGBTVQ -- whatever it is -- I think those guys -- the militant leaders of that, they're doing it. But that's not who I'm worried about," Glenn said. "What I'm concerned about is a guy who just walks into the women's restroom with my girls in there."
Co-host Stu Burguiere clarified the concern perfectly.
"The concern here is not Caitlin Jenner, it's Jared from Subway," Stu said.
While some opponents speculate opening up bathrooms to different genders would increase sex crimes, Crowder's main concern was based on pure fact.
"I don't necessarily know that there is proof that this would equate to a rise in sexual assault. I don't need to. Guess what, most women don't feel safe. Most women feel incredibly uncomfortable," Crowder said.
Listen to this segment from The Glenn Beck Program:
Featured Image: Bryan Adams is seen on stage at the GQ Men of the year Award 2015 show (german: GQ Maenner des Jahres 2015) at Komische Oper on November 5, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Clemens Bilan/Getty Images for GQ)