Let's trim the fat here. I don't give a fraction of a damn about the content of this song. Obviously her main point is that we shouldn't change the bathroom laws for such a small percentage of the population. However, if that's the case then the fact that her children might unknowingly share a restroom with a transgender like 2-3 times in their life shouldn't be a big deal either.
Whatever, all the potential legalities discussed in this song are of no concern to me. It's 2016, everyone knows that transgenders pee where they want and lyrics don't matter. Rhythm and sound, on the other hand, absolutely do. That's why I really have to question why she decided to go with a rap song. Go figure, Drake's black Jewish Canadian ass is pumping out slow jams when everyone just wants him to drop a heater while the white Canadian Bible thumper who has the voice to give us a sing-songy melody we might accidentally enjoy is valiantly failing to drop bars on the beat.
At least it's following the same formula that most rap songs do these days. Have a catchy hook and just clutter the verses with non-sensical trash. The only problem with this ladies non-sensical trash is that it didn't rhyme. Honestly, if she had thrown together some imaginary words just to make the song blend better I probably wouldn't know it was trashing the LGBT community's ability to piss wherever they please. The words were so forced and off beat that I actually started to pay attention to them. There's a reason it's called a "flow", and if this woman had any she probably could have snuck in a "God hates the gays" and I wouldn't have even noticed.