After the kids turn 12, all bets are off, and basically, anyone who wants to is allowed to shove things up their asses.
It’s called democracy.
If you don’t like it, move to China.
The Orange Unified School District became the latest district in California to approve a transgender notification policy following a packed meeting that grew heated at times Thursday night.
The policy requires the school to notify parents when their children under the age of 12 request to use different names or pronouns than what is on their birth certificate.
Prior to the meeting, school board members said they received an email from California Attorney General Rob Bonta threatening to take action to protect student civil rights. Meanwhile, students and their families anxiously awaited the fate of the proposed policy.
Being under the age of 12, being manipulated by a homosexual or woman teacher into believing you are a tranny, then keeping that secret from your parents is… human rights. The government will issue threats.
That’s a lot of white women in the crowd.
I didn’t realize they were such big Starfield fans…
It was a packed house with demonstrators spilling into the parking lot. During the meeting, there were several delays and disruptions, along with over three hours of public comment from both sides.
Despite Bonta’s warning, the policy was approved in a 4-3 vote around 11:30 p.m. to a roar of applause.
Board members Ana Page, Kris Erickson, and Andrea Yamasaki, who opposed the policy, left the meeting early citing safety concerns.
Yeah, I’m sure the Proud Boys were planning an attack, right?
Because that’s for sure real life.
This mongrel already blocked another school district from doing the same