School Bathroom Bill Passes Assembly

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Sacramento, CA—In a 46 to 25 vote yesterday, the California State Assembly passed Assembly Bill 1266, the School Bathroom Bill. This bill allows students to enter and use school facilities for the opposite biological sex—including bathrooms, showers, and locker rooms—based on their perceived “gender identity.” It would also allow students to play on opposite-sex sports teams.

“Whether it’s in the bathroom or the locker room where you have someone of the opposite gender coming in and you’re supposed to act and pretend they are the same gender when everyone can see that person is not, it’s an invasion of privacy,” said Brad Dacus, President of Pacific Justice Institute.

The bill now heads to the Senate for vote

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  1. What noel, you are the only one who deserves respect and rights. You should be grateful you live in this country where rights sometimes are honored.

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