California is preparing to forbid school employees from informing parents if their child identifies as the opposite sex
· Jun 24, 2024 ·

California really is the worst state, isn't it?


The California Senate has approved a bill that bans schools from telling parents if their children want to change their pronouns unless the children give consent or other law requires it.

AB-1955 passed along party lines, with all 29 Democrats voting in favor and their eight Republican colleagues voting against. It now moves to the state Assembly, where it must be passed by committees and on the floor before it can be sent to Gov. Gavin Newsom's desk.

Gee, I wonder how likely it is that it'll pass and get signed by Comrade Newsom?

It's always best in these cases to take a look at what the legislation says, and rest assured, it very much says that,

This bill would prohibit school districts, county offices of education, charter schools, and the state special schools, and a member of the governing board or body of those educational entities, from enacting or enforcing any policy, rule, or administrative regulation that requires an employee or a contractor to disclose any information related to a pupil's sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression to any other person without the pupil's consent unless otherwise required by law, as provided.


So, in other words, if the bill passes then every parent in California will have to assume as a matter of course that their child's school might not be telling them about their child's dangerous LGBTQIA+ delusion.

Remember, this is the state that already tried to enact punishments for parents who don't affirm their children's gender delusions:

The state capitol, meanwhile, voted to become a "sanctuary city" for transgender individuals, including children:

Seems like California is really, really interested in funneling kids into a lifetime of delusion, irreversible surgery, misery, and medical malpractice.

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