In which the state of California continues to lose its collective mind

Posted by: ST on August 13, 2013 at 6:15 pm

Via the MSN Living Family Room blog (bolded emphasis added by me):

Governor Jerry Brown signed transgender-rights bill AB1266 into law, which allows students “to participate in sex-segregated programs, activities and facilities” based on their self-perception rather than birth gender. It will go into effect January 1.

Parents of transgender students have often debated with school districts over what restrooms their children can use, and, many times these disagreements land in court.

Supporters of the bill believe it will curb discrimination and bullying.

Opponents of the bill say it could lead to an invasion of privacy. But Carlos Alcala, a spokesman for the bill’s author, says the law is about allowing transgender students to fit in.

Um, no, it’s about trying to get “transgender youth” to fit in – it’s about allowing the deeply confused youth of America to rule the roost when it comes to “deciding” what gender they feel more comfortable “identifying” as.  There is no right  and wrong anymore with the radical left.  No boundaries nor differences between boys and girls.  There just “is.” And as far as bullying goes, does anyone SERIOUSLY think that a boy who “identifies” as a girl and walks into the girls’ restroom is not going to be bullied at some point, and vice versa?  The guys and girls who aren’t “confused” about their gender are already confused about all other things related to sex and sexuality, and school cafeterias, bathrooms, and buses are going to be the perfect places for bullies to do what they do best.

Did I mention that this law allows boys who “identify” as girls to … use the girls’ locker room, and presumably the showers, too?   Liberals will laugh at this and call anyone who objects as “prudish” and “regressive” but I can tell you this for a fact: Sane LIBERAL parents object to their daughters sharing a locker room with a boy (and vice versa), I don’t care HOW he “self-identifies”! Expect lawsuits …

In any event, the bigger issue is not even the bullying, but the state of California having the audacity to tell kids and teenagers that even if they were born a boy or a girl as per the birth certificate, have all the parts they are supposed to, that it’s ok for them to “self-identify’ as the opposite sex if that is what they feel most comfortable doing.  As I said in June after news reports came to light of 1st grader Coy Mathis in Colorado who won “her” “civil rights” case to be able to identify as a girl even though she was born a boy:

How is it “discrimination” [to only allow boys in the boys restroom and girls in the girls restroom]?? COY IS A BOY, not a girl. Born that way.  No matter what Coy wants to believe about HIMself, and what his family clearly encourages him to believe.  If this child had been born a boy who had girlie parts or vice versa, I could understand the dilemma, but until they become an adult, this is nonsense.

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Folks, the lunatics are now running the asylum, and children now officially rule the household. I’m at a loss for words here.

This is quite possibly one of the most moronic, unnecessary bills ever signed into law – how fitting it was in the People’s Republic of California?!

Coy Mathis

1st grade children like Coy Mathis are now allowed to determine their gender in Colorado, and students in California can now ‘self-identify’ as the opposite sex. Who needs a stinkin’ birth certificate?

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  1. Steve Skubinna says:

    Heck with it, just take the signs off the bathroom doors.

  2. Naaman says:

    Why limit the kids to using restrooms? Just let them “do their business” in class….

  3. If you are confused about gender, look at your “equipment”. You know, like sexing a house cat male or female.

  4. Lynne Wallace says:

    This sickens me. I’ll never forget the time I was in the LADIES ROOM – not unisex room – and in walked a man or a girly man or something (he was wearing women’s sandals and makeup). Anyway, you can imagine my horror, as I knew instantly it was a man. Suddenly I did not have to use the restroom any longer and left. Btw, this incident happened in Crazifornia about five years ago, so no surprise there.

  5. John W says:

    The next step the moonbats will take will be to defend the right of transgendered individuals to retain their outward physical appearance, whether it comports with their self-identifying gender or not. If a little boy self-identifies as a little girl, the moonbats will say, then why should he have to wear dresses, wear panties, paint his fingernails, or do anything else that would be appropriate for the gender he believes he is? What would be wrong with letting a little boy who looks like a little boy use the girls’ bathroom, as long as the little boy says he believes he is actually a little girl (whatever that means).

    I think I just gave myself a headache.