The Swill Bucket is pleased to present anotherÂ column by Jennifer Chou.Â Jenn received her B.A. in communications studies from UCLA and her J.D. from the University of San Diego School of Law. She enjoys beer, jogging, the beach and music in her spare time.
“TSA screening: no logic, no freedom, just fear, hatred and molestation”
There is seriously something wrong when the government demands its citizens be molested or to undergo x-raying and be viewed naked, in order to travel.
Itâ€™s hard for me to believe people are serious when they ask what the big deal is about being viewed naked on these porno scanners. Clearly, if people are generally comfortable being naked in front of complete strangers, it would not be illegal to be naked in almost all public places. And is it that hard to imagine that victims of rape or sexual assault might be extremely uncomfortable with strangers seeing them naked or groping them?