. . . but in this case, I think he's justified in his views on the grounds of preventing crime, if nothing else.
Commenting on anti-Christian attacks in America and the radical LGBT agenda that says transgender men can use women’s bathrooms, Lt. Gen. (ret.) William “Jerry” Boykin, former chief of U.S. Army Special Operations Command and a top member of Delta Force, said ... that the first transgender man that walks into his daughter’s bathroom won’t have to worry about sex-change surgery.
Earlier in his remarks, Boykin said, “Where is the Christian world today? Where are the Christians of America today? They should be flocking to ... the city council and say, ‘No, you’re not going to let a man go in my daughter’s bathroom just because he feels like a man today,’ said the lieutenant general.
There's more at the link.
I don't agree with Gen. Boykin that transgenderism is necessarily 'evil' in and of itself. It is a recognized and valid medical condition, albeit (I believe) much more rare than proponents care to admit. Nevertheless, I fully agree with him that the insistence on transgender men being allowed to use women's bathrooms is wrong, because it opens doors to criminals. How can one tell whether a biological male in that bathroom is transgender, or just out to get some sort of sexual thrill by exposing himself to women - if not something much worse? The simple answer is, one can't tell; therefore, the only safeguard against the problem is to insist that gender-specific bathrooms must be reserved for that gender alone.
This is a situation where competing 'rights' clash head-on. One can't insist on granting one person a 'right' at the expense of another person's rights, or expose someone to danger purely to make a politically correct point. That makes the 'cure' worse and more dangerous than the 'disease'.