Late Night host Stephen Colbert shared who he feels comfortable using a public restroom with: no one.
"I don't care if you're male or female, what sex or gender identity someone is," Colbert joked. "I -- and I mean this sincerely -- do not want to share a bathroom with anyone. For two reasons: number one and number two."
Colbert was reacting to recent reports of Christians boycotting Target after the company stated customers can use the restroom that corresponds to their gender identity.
"When I am forced to use a public bathroom -- which is infrequently, thank God -- I go in there with blinders on," Colbert went on. "I don't know who's next to me. It could be a centaur next to me for all I know. I don't even like to look at myself in the mirror afterwards. I know what I did. I'm there for a surgical strike -- get in, get out, minimal casualties."
And what did he have to say to the makers of the HB2 bill?
"All those lawmakers out there who are so obsessed with who's using what bathroom and what plumbing they got downtown, newsflash: You're the weirdos."