Gender no longer exists in California (in case you didn’t know that)

Friends, some of us keep telling you how nutty the radical social left-wing really is…well, here are two more recent examples. And please don’t think for a minute this is the end of anything. It’s only the beginning — there’s a lot more weirdness in our future unless the adults in society take back control.

ChristianNewsWireGovernor Brown Signs Co-Ed Bathroom Bill — California Students Lose Their Right to Privacy

Assembly Bill 1266 was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown today. AB 1266 forces schools to allow students to participate in sex-segregated school programs, sports activities, and to be allowed access the bathroom and locker room of the student’s choice consistent with his or her opinion of their gender. The law is the first of its kind in the country.”Current law dealt with this sensitive issue on a case by case basis,” said Karen England, Executive Director of Capitol Resource Institute, “but this bill was never about helping a few children that experience gender dysphoria – it is about furthering the radical Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender agenda by utilizing the public school system to force acceptance of the lifestyle on our children.

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This next one about the yahoos is from Yahoo Sports:

Yahoo SportsNew California law will let transgender student athletes choose to compete as a boy or a girl

A new law in California could dramatically change the way that transgender student athletes in the state are allowed to compete, perhaps setting a new standard for other states.

As reported by the Associated Press, Los Angeles Times, CBS News and virtually all other news outlets, California became the first state to formally protect rights for transgender students between kindergarten and the end of high school when Governor Jerry Brown signed state law AB1266. While a student’s ability to choose which restroom they use has received the largest amount of attention, two other rights protected in the bill will have a direct impact on California prep sports: the right to choose which locker room a student wants to use and whether they compete in boys or girls sports.

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