Former Pussycat Dolls singer Kaya Jones has been roasted online for freaking out about gender neutral bathrooms.

In a Twitter post dated January 6, Jones filmed the sign of a gender neutral restroom and wrote as a caption: “How would you feel about your child using this bathroom?”



The singer, who performed with the Pussycat Dolls in 2003 but left before the release of their first album, is now a frequent Fox News pundit and a supporter of President Donald Trump.

Twitter users hit out at ‘creepy’ Kaya Jones for filming bathroom sign

Naturally, the internet has responded by roasting Jones for her “creepy” actions.

One viral response said: “I’d be more concerned that there was a f**king weirdo stood outside filming a public bathroom tbh.”

Another added: “You literally have a gender neutral bathroom in your own house you dense f**k.”

A third said: “How would I feel about my child using a single-occupant restroom where a woman is posted outside it filming the door? Well, @KayaJones, I would find that pretty damn creepy.”

Trans author Juno Dawson pointed out that single-stall gender neutral bathrooms are far from a new concept, adding: “Have you ever been on a plane bbz?”

Empirical research shows that there is no evidence of higher crime rates in gender identity inclusive spaces and that reports of privacy and safety violations in public restrooms, locker rooms, and changing rooms “are exceedingly rare.”

However, Jones has doubled down on her comments.

She wrote: “2300 people go missing everyday in the United States 900,000 each year.

Singer Kaya Jones attends an Oscars Viewing Party on February 22, 2015.
Former Pussycat Dolls singer Kaya Jones attends an Oscars Viewing Party on February 22, 2015 in Hollywood, California. (Tommaso Boddi/Getty for Amazon)

“Human trafficking, sex traffickers, rapists & pedophiles now can easily lay wait vulnerable women & children in the multiple use gender neutral bathrooms. Way to make it easier for the sickos out there.”

The prominent Trump supporter added: “I am a true warrior for my gender. I don’t want anyone telling me as a woman who can come into my bathroom. I don’t want men in my bathroom. It makes me very uncomfortable.

“Why is it controversial to say I don’t think women and men should share a public bathroom. Just curious. And how did we go from separate toilets 🚽 to shared ones.”

Responding to criticism, Jones also denied that she was anti-LGBT because “my cousin is gay.”

Kaya Jones hit out at Pussycat Dolls ‘prostitution ring’

Jones isn’t new to sparking controversy.

The Pussycat Dolls launched legal action against the parent company of the Daily Mail newspaper in 2018 for reporting on Jones’ claim that the group was a “prostitution ring.”

The group stated: “The Pussycat Dolls has always and will always stand for female empowerment and sisterhood.

“To liken our professional roles in The Pussycat Dolls to a prostitution ring not only undermines everything we worked hard to achieve for all those years but also takes the spotlight off the millions of victims who are speaking up and being heard loud and clear around the world.”




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