This new TSA security? DO NOT WANT.
Either option is invasive, x-rays are not something you should be casually exposed to in any doses, and are cumulative, making them a bad idea for people who travel regularly... like my husband. If I had children, I would stop travelling with them immediately, because neither option is something I consider safe for them. And if they decide your scan is blurred, they can squeeze you anyway.
This feels like a dangerous step towards a loss of personal dignity and safety. I disagree with their reasons, and I disagree with their implementation. It says to me, more clearly than anything else I've seen, that we have already lost our war with the 'terrorists,' and if we don't do something about it, we're going to go down an inevitable spiral into an actual police state.
I do not want this.
Enough so that I am considering taking a 50% hit on the vacation I had planned for next month. Enough so that I am actually blogging about it.
Some more links:
http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/life/health/americans-fed-up-with-airport-security-measures-pat-downs-angering-travellers-108523499.html <- Dave Barry gets groped after a blurry scan
http://www.thestar.com/news/world/article/744199---israelification-high-security-little-bother <- an excellent resource of alternatives