Oklahoma continues to just get win, after win, after win.
The legislature in the great state of Oklahoma just passed a bill that, in sane times, would never have to be passed.
The bill mandates that Oklahoma students only use the bathroom that matches their sex. So boys have to use the little boys room and girls have to use the little girls room.
If we were a proper society, this would never have to be a law.
But as we saw in Virginia, these laws are of utmost importance.
Yes, it is still important to protect girls from dudes, even if the dude is wearing a dress.
Oklahoma's legislature gave final approval Thursday to a bill that would require students at public schools and public charter schools in the state to use restrooms and locker rooms that match the sex listed on their birth certificates – the latest anti-transgender bill state lawmakers have sent to their Republican governor this year.
"Anti-Transgender" in CNN's lingo should be translated as "pro-reality" and "women's safety."
The state's GOP-led Senate passed SB 615 by a vote of 38-7. If signed by Gov. Kevin Stitt, the measure would take effect immediately. CNN has reached out to the governor's office for comment.
The bill would apply to students in pre-K through 12th grade at public and public charter schools in the state. Transgender students who decline to use the restroom required under the measure would have to use "a single-occupancy restroom or changing room" provided by the school.
This supposed "anti-trans" bill even allows a provision for students who don't wish to abide by the law to use single-occupancy restrooms instead.
School districts that fail to comply would have a portion of their state funding cut and could be sued by school parents.
So, to recap, in Oklahoma when this law is signed, parents can sue schools if they let boys into the girls' room. But in Virginia, if your young daughter is RAPED in a school bathroom by a boy in a dress it will be covered up by the school and the dad of that girl will be used as the face of "domestic extremism."
It goes without saying if you're going to send your children to public school you better make darn sure that the state and the school are doing all they can to protect the physical safety of your children.
Way to go, Oklahoma!
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