California Bathroom Bill Moves Forward

CitizenLink 24 July 2013
California legislators have passed a bill that would force public schools to allow gender-confused youth to choose whether they would like to use the boys or girls restrooms and locker rooms based on their “gender identity.”
If signed by the governor, AB 1266 would also let students who believe they are the opposite sex participate in sex-segregated activities, including sports teams. The new law would apply to students in elementary, middle and high school.
“As a society, we know we must protect children from harm, but this law is in direct violation of this principle,” said Brad Dacus, president of the Pacific Justice Institute (PJI). “These politicians have disregarded the safety and privacy of all children, in exchange for appeasing the vocal LGBT lobby.”
PJI Staff Attorney Matthew McReynolds sent a letter this spring to the state Assembly urging lawmakers to reject the bill.
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