AB 1266, authored by Assemblyman Tom Ammiano (D-San Francisco), was signed into law Aug. 12 by Gov. Jerry Brown. The legislation creates the right of elementary and secondary school students to use sensitive sex-segregated school facilities such as showers, restrooms and locker rooms based on the student’s perceived gender identity rather than their actual sex. from privacyforallchildren.com
The exact wording that will be changed in the education code states that: “A pupil shall be permitted to participate in sex-segregated school programs and activities, including athletic teams and competitions, and use facilities consistent with his or her gender identity, irrespective of the gender listed on the pupil’s records.”
The California state legislature and Gov. Jerry Brown should be ashamed of themselves for allowing this evil bill to become law.
Californians can not just stand around and allow this madness to continue.
Whether you are a conservative or a liberal, you cannot think this is a good idea. We need to protect our children from being used as pawns in this culture war against biblical values.
There’s a referendum being circulated in hopes of stopping the law of taking effect on Jan. 1 and putting it on the ballot in November. The amount of signatures needed for this is 504,760. I’m not sure what the current status is, but I believe the count was at about 350,000 as of last week.
WE NEED TO MOVE FAST!!! THE DEADLINE IS THIS WEDNESDAY.
If you want to help out, go to privacyforallstudents.com and download a short form petition. You can also pick up as many long form petitions as you want by visiting one of the many petition distribution centers across the state. To see which one is closest to you, click here.
Whether or the referendum gets enough valid signatures, which it doesn’t look good at this point, we as a state need to hold our government representatives responsible for their actions. The best way to do that is at the ballot box.
It’s the only way true change will come to California.