Skip to comments.Governor Signs SB 777 New law will open female locker rooms to transgender men
Posted on 10/15/2007 8:11:24 AM PDT by edcoil
Governor Schwarzenegger has signed into the law the highly controversial SB 777 (Kuehl) that will permit transgender students to enter the locker rooms and restrooms of the gender with which they identify.
Under the guise of preventing discrimination and bias against homosexuals, transgenders and other sexual variants, SB 777 will force innocent school children to accept alternative lifestyles.
What about straight men? Don’t they deserve a shot? Discrimination!
I can really identify with women.
Once again California demonstrates to the world why it should be taken seriously.
So! Now Bill Clinton will become a tranny.
This is going to create havoc in schools......and, actually could be the END of the transgender movement, if teenage boys act the way I think they will.....can you imagine, deciding to PRETEND you are a transgender in order to get into the girls lockerroom?????
Anyone else expect a surge in men claiming to be transgender?
“Anyone else expect a surge in men claiming to be transgender?”
Ugh, Arnie needs to be replaced. (Makes me very glad I don’t live in CA.)
I have a very special condition called “Momentary Gender Dysphoria.” It causes my sexual identity to change on a whim.
Here, I have a doctor’s note.
I think I need to be dressing in the woman's locker rooms....or just hanging out.
And yet, millions of people do like to live in CA. Can’t figure out why.
They say it’s the weather.. That’s about all I can figure.
Anyone wanting a repeat of this on a national level, vote for Rudy! Otherwise, realize liberal Republicans ARE the greater of two evils.
“Governor Supports Girlie-Men”
It isn’t like we can prove that you aren’t, and anyone who even questions your claim will probably be prosecuted for hate crimes.
Enjoy your stay I guess!
Please follow the link:
Conservative California - Had Enough Yet?
A major coalition, much like the one formed for the recall effort, will be needed to make this happen.
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