Boys’ And Girls’ Locker Room? Calif. Bill Would Blur School ‘Gender Identity’ Rules

Boys’ And Girls’ Locker Room? Calif. Bill Would Blur School ‘Gender Identity’ Rules

Beyond any notion of acceptance, we have brushed lightly – even to the point of bristling directly into this proposed situation on several occasions. There have been times when we directly examined the notion of cloning. Other analyses have included the reactions to special interest and advocacy groups inasmuch as because people who, without knowledge of unintended circumstances that represent a clear minority of the general population believe that somehow Natural rights or Natural laws don’t apply to them.

Furthermore, we have tried to espouse our view of small pocket groups of people who want something, begin to believe that it is their Right to have special consideration and as such special interest groups seeing the money to be gained begin endorsing such notions thus allowing the small groups to wield the power of huge outfits with the non-enlisted assistance of special interests and then what?

Government intervention! Both through legislation or regulation the government’s intervention sets the issues assail and yet, what do any of us know?

Here is a short story from CBS News in Los Angeles that, believe it–or– not is being presented either for ballot publication or simply a new act.

Days after a landmark law went into effect requiring California schools to teach about gay historical figures, a new piece of proposed legislation is likely to spark even more controversy.

Sponsored by Assemblyman Tom Ammiano (D-San Francisco), AB 266 would require schools to allow students to play on sports teams according to their “gender identity” and not their biological sex.

The bill — which is currently before the Assembly Education Committee — was initially aimed at resolving conflicts among local governments “and other interests” through the creation of a state sports commission.

However, revised language in the proposed bill would mandate that students “shall be permitted to participate in sex-segregated school programs, activities, and facilities, including athletic teams and competitions, consistent with his or her gender identity, irrespective of the gender listed on the pupil’s records”.

Under the proposal, a boy who claims a female “gender identity”, for example, would have the right to try out for a girls’ sports team.

In addition, the bill would also require opposite-sex access to “sex-segregated facilities” that could possibly include locker rooms.

Ammiano claims to be the first San Francisco public school teacher “to make his sexual orientation a matter of public knowledge”.

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