Help Us Overturn AB 1266 – The Co-Ed Bathroom Law
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Read Tim Donnelly’s article to see how our children are being used as political pawns and social engineering guinea pigs.
I’m Outraged By Assemblyman Tim Donnelly 8/15/13
Just when you thought Sacramento couldn’t get any worse–when you thought they had run through every bad idea, that they had exhausted their perverse liberal agenda, they surprise us again.
This time, it’s a bill that strikes directly at the privacy and well being of our children.
Last week, Governor Brown signed AB 1266, which allows any K-12 student who identifies his or her gender as something opposite of what their actual sex is, access to any bathrooms, locker rooms and sports teams.
You read that correctly. That means that if your daughter’s male classmate wants to use the girls restroom, he simply has to “decide” that he identifies as a female—and he’ll be let right in.
That also means male high school athletes can join female sports teams, if they claim to identify as a female.
Allowing teen-aged boys and girls in the same locker room, showering side by side, is a bad idea. In fact, AB 1266 is a recipe for disaster.
This will take the normal hormonal battles raging inside every teenager and pour gasoline onto those simmering coals. The right to privacy enjoyed by every student will be replaced by the right to be ogled.
This bill doesn’t apply to adults. It doesn’t apply exclusively to teenagers. It applies to the entire spectrum of K-12 students, meaning it affects children as young as five years old.
In an effort to cater to a thin slice of the population, Sacramento is shredding the right to privacy for vast majority of students. This isn’t an issue of right or left; it’s an issue of right and wrong.
This is indoctrination, pure and simple, by a legislature and Governor in Sacramento who want to use our kids as subjects in an experiment in social engineering.
I recently spoke about this on Fox & Friends—click here to view the interview.
Already, efforts to repeal this law are underway. We can still stop this awful law from taking effect. If you’d like to be updated on the progress of removing this law from the books, reply to this email and indicate you would like to receive future updates.