Tuesday, August 13, 2013

California Endorses Sexual Perversion In Their Child Indoctrination Centers



California Endorses Sexual Perversion In Their Child Indoctrination Centers

Monday, California became the first and only state to endorse child perversion -- in a state law that sets the stage for young girls to be sexually molested in public school locker rooms and PE showers by boys who just say they are girls. 

By de Andréa
August 13, 2013

Without comment, California Governor Jerry Brown Monday signed into law a bill (AB 1266) granting the ‘special’ rights for so-called transgender students (K-12) in the state’s Child Indoctrination Centers peddled as public schools.  It makes the Golden State the first state in the nation to allow participation in normally “sex-segregated programs, activities, and facilities” in public schools, based on a student's say-so of gender identity.

In July I wrote an article titled Unisex Schools are hereYou might want to read it as well.

Under this new law, public schools in all of California will ‘be required’ to allow students to access whichever restroom and locker room and showers they want and it would allow boys to take showers with girls just because they say “today they are female”.  I’m so glad my parents are gone so they don’ have to see this.

Supporters of the law, which includes the American Civil Liberties Union and of course the perverted pro-homosexual groups, say it will reduce bullying and discrimination against transgender students in public schools.  But what they don’t say is what a pro-family spokesman is expressing and that is a deep concern over violations of the rest of the students’ privacy and the potential for sexual assaults which is of course not a concern of the perverted homosexual groups.

Brad Dacus of the Pacific Justice Institute is among those reacting strongly to Brown’s signing of the measure.  “It's an outrageous and egregious violation of the privacy and decency for young women and young girls all throughout the state of California,” the attorney says.  “This new law will even allow boys to play on girl's athletic teams.  So this is a serious violation of the fundamental right of young people up and down the state of California.”

All under the guise of providing ‘special’ rights, which in and of itself is illegal under the US Constitution which no one pays much attention to these days, and protections for children with a gender-identity disorder.  So now, if a boy wants to molest a girl, he can legally follow her into a restroom and violate her, the state of California of course would be a ‘criminal accessory before the fact’, but I don’t know if anyone has thought of that. 

We are perverting the law by saying we are protecting so-called transgender children, because what about the protection of the other 99.999 percent of the children?  I guess the state isn’t concerned about those children.  Are you…??? 

Dacus vows that his legal group intends to defend individuals – particularly young girls and young women – who now face the real possibility of having their privacy rights trampled among other violations.  “No young person should be forced to take a shower with the opposite sex, much less change in front of the opposite sex,” he exclaims.  “This is an outrageous piece of legislation and an outrageous violation of the right to privacy.”

But Dacus says he will have to wait until someone is harmed to file suit because legally a person must prove that they have been damaged.  Ron Prentice of the California Family Council confirms that is indeed the case.  "If any child is forced to undergo sharing locker room facilities with the opposite sex, then indeed there are multiple religious liberty groups available that are willing to file suit on their behalf,” he says.  “And frankly, that’s what will be necessary – plaintiffs who say they are suffering injury by this new law."

THE BOTTOM LINE:  First I would strongly advise that every parent who cares about their children’s well being, both morally and physically, to pull their kids out of public school when the law takes effect on January 1st  2014  before’ they are molested.  Just because a lawyer can’t file suit against the State until your 14 year old daughter is gang raped in her school locker room by six boys that say they have decided to be girls today, that shouldn’t stop parents from prophylacticly protecting their children.  You couldn’t sue the state for enough money.  Your daughter will have psychological problems because of that experience for the rest of her life, what is that worth to you.  You have a right to protect your children from harm no matter what!  Besides the State would have to abolish the law over night because all the schools would go broke, the schools get no’ money if there are no’ kids.  Call it a strike if you want, personally I would put my child in one of these programming institutions for a whole long list of reasons, but that’s just me.

And the law makes no provision for counseling for young people who have a so-called gender-identity disorder.  I am reminded of a girl in my school that I think every boy was secretly in love with; she was called a tom-boy but we all considered her a girl.  She hung out with the boys, she play stick ball in the street with the boys, she would out run the boys on the track…today’ she would be considered transgender and be encouraged to be a boy.  This tom-boy grew up; today she is married, to a man, and is a grandmother with five children and eleven grandchildren.  No one ever told her she was a boy in a girls body…the only place these kids get these ideas are from perverted adults.

You might have to move high on a mountain and into the deep woods like me…    

Thanks for listening – de Andréa


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1 comment:

Henry W said...

In the first place the author is guilty of over stating the possible dangers to young girls and at the same time she omits the dangers to the "normal" young boys. But back to the girls; the probability of a girl in the shower being "gang raped by six boys" is almost zero. True, it could happen, but it won't, so why even mention that? Surely any boy who says he wants to be a girl "for today" will not be allowed in the same room with nude girls. Also, "real" transgender boys will have no more interest in molesting girls than another girl would. That being said, there are some real problems with the law. It is illegal for a male to expose himself to a girl without her consent and to give her consent she must be at least 18 years of age. Most girls in public schools are not 18. Is it ok for these young girls to have to be in the same room with naked boys, transgendered or not, who, by the way, have the same physical attributes as all other boys? Of course not, but under the new law THAT WILL HAPPEN OVER AND OVER AGAIN TO EVERY SINGLE GIRL IN A PUBLIC SCHOOL WITH EVEN ONE TRANSGENDER MALE STUDENT! To me that seems to be the main argument against this ridiculous law. I do have sympathy for those few people, young or old, who are so different as to be rejected by society as a whole, but having the government forcing our children to be exposed to opposite sex nudity (or worse) is not the solution.