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Saturday, May 11, 2013

California to let "Transgender" children select their bathroom and sports teams

A World Gone Mad
The lunatics are running the nation  -  Democrats to let transvestite children select which one-sex sports team to join or which bathroom to use

The People's Republic of California  -  Insane Leftist Democrats pushed through an Assembly bill allowing "transgender" children to choose which one-sex bathroom or sports team they want based on their chosen gender identity.  These transgender students by law could dictate to the schools what "feels right" to them . . . . including boys using girls locker rooms.

Sponsored by Assemblyman Tom Ammiano (D-San Francisco) Assembly Bill 1266 is aimed at prohibiting "discrimination against transgender students" in the state's school districts, Ammiano said.

Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2013/05/09/5409126/california-assembly-oks-two-bills.html#storylink=cpy

Several school districts, including in Los Angeles and San Francisco, already have policies that allow students to participate in activities and use facilities for the gender they identify with, according to local news reports. Should the bill also pass in the state's Senate and signed by the governor, it would ensure that all students have equal access, according to Ammiano says the Christian Post News.

"I do not believe that by allowing individuals of opposite sex to use the same restrooms makes any sense at all, and I think the vast majority of Californians deeply oppose this," said Assemblyman Tim Donnelly (R-Twin Peaks) as reported by The Sacramento Bee.

Curt Hagman (R-Chino Hills) said the bill doesn't make practical sense, especially in consideration of middle and high school students changing and showering in a locker room, the Bee stated in its article.

However, Ammiano has been standing firm on his bill, including writing an op-ed last month in which he admits that some students might be uneasy about new transgender allowances for school sports teams and bathrooms.

The National Center for Lesbian Rights, Equality California, Transgender Law Center and Gay Straight Alliance Network sponsored the bill.

Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2013/05/09/5409126/california-assembly-oks-two-bills.html#storylink=cpy

(Sacramento Bee)

TRHPS "Sweet Transvestite"

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