It's also not up to us to figure out how to determine if someone is non-functional, because it's not our problem - it's yours.
But you're the one who claimed it wasn't an issue in the first place because of those non-functioning parts. First you dodged the question, then you moved the goalposts. You're a hypocrite.
Also, the bathroom nonsense started a decade ago, in Missoulla, pushed by the local fundie churches.
I don't see a cite here, and regardless of what happened in Missoula, what does that have to do with North Carolina? This is misdirection on your part to avoid the fact that a city passed a pro-trans bathroom law, which prompted a reaction from the state.
You made a clear statement, with no exceptions, and the when I pointed out it wasn't true, you tried to walk it back. Won't work.
It works in context. Sorry, no sale.
Also, I sure didn't have sex with the guys I rented out my spare bedroom to.
So you can't say you would have "passed" in that regard. And if you haven't had genital surgery, you know you wouldn't have passed in that regard.
Do you still call black people niggers?
That's a pretty dumb analogy. I don't believe men can become women, but what does that have to do with what you call black people? A more appropriate analogy would be considering if Rachel Dolezal is black because she made herself look black and "identifies" as black. I consider her white. Do you accept her as black? Do you think the black community should accept her as black?
That $20 million is to accommodate bigots.
As I said, businesses have to deal with irate customers, and it's costing them money, despite your claim that it was good business and economic sense.