http://dfw.cbslocal.com/2012/02/03/female-passengers-say-theyre-targeted-by-tsa/ Unfortunate that this is only a local news station in an already anti-TSA state that's running this story. Potentially controversial observation from a rabid gender-egalitarian: Am I the only one who's irked by the constant pointing-out of the fact that male clerks are able to view female scans? As if it's somehow worse than female clerks viewing female scans, or female clerks viewing male scans, or male clerks viewing male scans? Violations of Constitutional rights are violations of Constitutional rights. It doesn't matter to me who's getting scanned and who's doing the viewing. It matters that the scans are happening at all and that it's an actor of the government forcing them upon citizens without warrant or probable cause. Who gives a tinker's damn what people with what dangly bits are perpetrating the offense? It's still an offense. Pardon me if I'm off my meds today. The whole "OMG BUT GENDER TOTALLY DOES MATTER" thing utterly misses the point that this (expletive deleted) is unethical for a whole host of bigger reasons.