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Sacramento, California — A bill in California that would mandate schools to allow boys to use girls’ restrooms and vice versa if they identified with the opposite gender has been approved by the state’s Assembly Education Committee.
AB 1266, also known as the “Bathroom Bill,” would serve as an amendment to the Education Code and would require all schools in the state to comply with its mandates.
“A pupil shall 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,” the legislation reads.
He advised that representatives with an organization called Gender Spectrum were also present, a group that teaches that there is no such thing as gender per se — but that some have more male or female traits and inclinations than others.
Mc Reynolds had an opportunity to speak on behalf of PJI.
“I urged the committee to consider the private implications for all of the parents and students who were not being represented at the hearing,” he said.
“The implications [of the bill] are pretty astounding.” “Basically, any responsible adult has their hands tied so they can’t step in on behalf of the 99 percent,” Mc Reynolds advised.
“I fear that many parents are going to to find out too late.” He explained that the bill would not only pertain to school restrooms, but would also entitle students who wished to identify with the opposite sex to be allowed to play on sports teams of that gender.