Imagine two scenarios.
Scenario No. 1: You arrive at the airport for your trip or vacation. You check your bag at the counter. Next stop, the TSA checkpoint where you’ll be required to remove your shoes, belt, watch, jewelry and . . . dignity.
You’ll empty your pockets, take out your laptop and walk in bare or stocking feet across a dirty floor where, if all goes well, you’ll be reunited with your belongings and can get redressed in front of dozens of strangers.