Talk about going to "hades in a handbasket...."
this has been one of those slippery slope week in California. First the same-sex marriage biil is re-instated....and Wednesday the "California lawmakers passed AB1266 requiring public, K-12, schools to let transgender students choose which restrooms they use and which school teams they join based on their gender identity instead of their chromosomes.
Some school districts around the country have implemented similar policies, but the bill's author says AB1266 would mark the first time a state has mandated such treatment by statute."
Talk about a sick, declining society. Last year, California lawmakers passed a bill to mandate that the history of gays and lesbians and their contribution to society; the nation and California be taught in public schools. Two years ago, they mandated that teachers discuss, openly, with their classes why some students have same-sex parents, and that no one was to treat them differently than children from heterosexual families. (SEE:http://drpfconsults.com/ways-to-incl...in-the-school/
) This addition to the curruiculum was designated as the "Diverse Family" module, and pushed for by the LGBT commuity in the state.
So here's the question: Let's say you can ONLY afford to send you kids to public school. How will you handle the news when little Johnny or Susie comes home from school today and informs you that in the bathroom or locker room/showers, a member of the opposite sex was transferred in with them today?