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“Genderless” Showers and Restrooms in Public Schools?

Recently, California Assemblyman Ammiano introduced Assembly Bill (AB) 1266 a couple weeks ago, which would enforce some radical changes in California public schools.  The intent of this legislation is to force schools as follows:

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This bill would require that a pupil be permitted to participate in sex-segregated school programs, activities, and facilities, including athletic teams and competitions, consistent with his or her gender identity, irrespective of the gender listed on the pupil’s records.
 
       

Perhaps you noticed that this gender-fluid mindset would also apply to school “facilities” – meaning restrooms and locker rooms.  So, if a male student says he identifies as a female, this bill says he should absolutely have the right to join the girls in their locker room. Assemblyman Ammiano is a homosexual.

We introduced you to this agenda when Senate Bill (SB) 777 became law in 2008.  This bill redefined “gender” to mean “sex, and includes a person’s gender identity and gender expression. ‘Gender expression’ means a person’s gender-related appearance and behavior whether or not stereotypically associated with the person’s assigned sex at birth.”
 

Although existing state law already allows students to choose their gender (day-by day) and choose the locker room of their preference (day-by-day), some conscientious school districts will only allow their students to use gender neutral restrooms when a conflict arises.

This new bill, for example, will force school districts to comply with the demand of ANY male student who claims to identify as a female, to use the girl’s locker room along with the girls.

We have seen this issue progress in our schools, and we have made it part of Advocates’ mission to educate parents, students, and teachers about what is happening in our schools. We also want to take this issue to the courts, if we can find a student or teacher who has been affected by SB 777 or now AB 1266, if it becomes a law.

As we told you, this agenda is spreading across the country. Massachusetts Commissioner of Education Mitchell Chester recently informed K-12 school principals in his state that they must allow children of any age who identify as “transgender” to use any public school bathroom and locker room that they choose.

How Can You Help Us?


  • Go to our website and download a copy of our informative booklet about the state of our public schools, called “Hijacked K-12”.  We put many hours of research and writing into this project, and we want you to have the information and to share it with as many families as possible!
  • Let us know if you, your child, or anyone you know has been affected at school by these gender liberation laws.  Anyone that has been forced to adhere to these laws or has felt violated by them would be a possible plaintiff.  If you think you may have a case, please contact us at 888-588-6888 or on our website here.
  • Pray for our schools.  Students and teachers are being forced to adhere to some very baffling laws, and we want them to know that we are keeping them in prayer, and we are constantly searching for ways to protect their rights.

One Response to "“Genderless” Showers and Restrooms in Public Schools?"

Helen Kingsbury says:

I do not think it is right for Mr. Ammiano’s personal life choices to be suggested in our public schools. He clearly has his own preference of gender, but it does not give him the green light to cause confusion in our schools. Talk about opening a can of worms.
I don’t understand how these laws get passed. Where has common sense gone? I am deeply disappointed with our leaders. Concerned citizen, Helen Kingsbury

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