Our family lives in California.
The California Legistlature passed a bill, and it was signed by Governor Brown last week, that legally authorizes young men to whip out their weiners and urinate in the presence of my daughters.
If they are so predisposed, they may also shower with my girls once they are in Junior High School.
You see, that's the perfect time for young men to shower with pubescent girls.
As this is now the law, I guess we're all going to have to either Homeschool or teach our daughters what it means to not drop the soap.
I mean, we really have no choice in the matter.
IT'S THE FUCKING LAW:
SACRAMENTO (CBS/AP) - California on Monday became the first state to enshrine certain rights for transgender K-12 students in state law, requiring public schools to allow those students access to whichever restroom and locker room they want.
Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown announced that he had signed AB1266, which also will allow transgender students to choose whether they want to play boys’ or girls’ sports.
The new law gives students the right “to participate in sex-segregated programs, activities and facilities” based on their self-perception and regardless of their birth gender.
This image was actually used in the
CBS San Francisco article covering this story
The National Center for Lesbian Rights and the ACLU of California were among the bill’s supporters.
Detractors, including some Republican lawmakers, said allowing students of one gender to use facilities intended for the other could invade the other students’ privacy.
Such fears are overblown, said Carlos Alcala, spokesman for the bill’s author, Democratic Assemblyman Tom Ammiano of San Francisco.From the LA Times:
But Republicans opposed AB 1266, saying it infringes on the privacy rights of students, including girls who might not want biological boys sharing their showers and changing rooms.
Some opponents said the law might be exploited -- for instance, by boys who want a competitive advantage by joining the girls’ swim team. But supporters of the measure say the Los Angeles Unified School District has had a similar policy in place for eight years without problems.
“The vast majority of California students who do not identify as transgender have a reasonable privacy expectation that they will not be forced to undress or share bathroom, locker room, shower and sleeping facilities with members of the opposite biological sex,” said Matthew B. McReynolds, staff attorney for the Pacific Justice Institute.