Gov. Brown Signs Trans-Gender Student Bill

Monday afternoon California’s Gov. Jerry Brown signed a trans-gender student bill (AB1266) into law.

With the “pioneering” new law, California becomes the first state in the union to allow students K-12 to choose a bathroom or sport based on their self-identified and perceived gender.



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Hmmm. Governor Moonbeam has now pushed California so far into moral relativism, its hard to imagine any parents with solid Judeo-Christian values allowing their kids to attend public schools.

It’s equally hard to imagine a young student, barely comfortable with changing for school sports in locker rooms filled others of their same-sex, being at ease with the opposite sex sudden in their rest rooms and locker rooms.

Hey…maybe Jerry just wanted to give the home school movement a boost?

Whether that was his intent or not, California will surely see a rise in home schooled children.