Don’t want to be scanned in an airport security line? Really? Easy: don’t fly. Nobody is holding a gun to your head forcing you to take that flight to Aruba. Although if security is relaxed because of the idiotic uproar of recent days, then you might get a gun held to your head on-board the flight instead.
Because I like flying and I don’t like being on board a potential airborne torpedo, then I’m prepared in those circumstances to have my junk scanned or touched. I’ve been through both of those procedures at airports – as have many people. While I don’t enjoy it, really it’s so minor an issue that queuing for the security screening is a bigger inconvenience.
And if the TSA wants to look at x-rays of my private bits, that’s what’s supposed to happen, right? Otherwise, what’s the point?