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Gender Identity Madness as Law: Male and Female He Created Them - Unless You Live in California Comments

To the accolades of the leaders of a Cultural Revolution - and the shock and despair of most parents - Governor Jerry Brown signed California Assembly Bill 1266 into law. It mandates that restrooms in public schools, from kindergarten through the twelfth grade, no longer be limited to boys or girls, young men or young women. Students who self identify as transgendered will now be able to choose which restroom they use. This legislation ... Continue Reading

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  1. rafaelmarie
    1 year ago

    What is going to happen is that some girl will unfortunately get sexually assaulted, and the state of california will fortunately get sued FOR MILLIONS!


  2. Emma
    1 year ago

    This has to be the dumbest thing that the CA State Legislature has come up with! My response is such that most is unprintable on this forum. No common sense! What happens to the young girl who thinks she is a boy in the team shower? Will she be shocked into reality when she sees that "something " is missing? What about prepubescent girls who are already self conscious about their bodies? Don't they have the right to not share with a boy? Where are their "rights "? What about the fifteen yo boy who objects to another male sharing space with his younger sister while she's undressing? This is so perverted that I can't go on! This might fly in OC or Hollywood, but it is going to create huge problems in inner city schools and rural counties! The law truly is an ass! Not to mention Jerry Brown! Thank God home schooling is legal in California! No way am I placing my children in a situation where they will be forced into criminal behavior by morons! This is child abuse on the part of these parents! Supported by the state! Disgusting!

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