Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 54752
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
2021/07/27 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular

2013/11/4-12/5 [Recreation/Dating, Politics/Domestic/Gay] UID:54752 Activity:nil
11/3    Check this out if you don't want your grade school kids to be forced
        to share bathrooms and shower rooms with the opposite sex:
        Only three days left.
           \_ Yes, you are so right, those are exactly the same things.
        \_ KCBS article on this:
        \_ Hold on now, they're also sharing with teh GAYS. We should just
           have separate bathrooms and shower rooms for each individual,
           just so nobody is uncomfortable with anyone else, male, female,
           gay, or straight
           \_ I don't want to have to share a shower with myself, can you
              help me out here.
Cache (1220 bytes)
An Important Message from Pastor Jack Hibbs Friday, October 25th, 2013 @ 2:42PM Please take a moment to watch this important message from Pastor Jack Hibbs of Calvary Chapel, Chino Hills. California Republican Endorses Referendum At its recently concluded convention in Anaheim, the California Republican Party voted to officially support the referendum to overturn AB... About Us Privacy for All Students is a coalition of parents, students, nonprofit and faith groups who have launched a referendum effort to give voters the right to decide whether to accept legislation that gives students the ability to utilize intimate school facilities such as showers,rest rooms and locker rooms based on their so-called gender identity and not their actual sex. The legislation also allows students to participate on formerly sex-segregated school sports and athletics teams based on gender identity. AB 1266 was signed into law on August 12th and is the only legislation of its kind ever enacted in America. The coalition also announced that Frank Schubert of Mission Public Affairs, LLC has agreed to advise the coalition during the referendum qualification phase and will manage the campaign once it qualifies for the ballot.
Cache (1137 bytes) ->
signed into law by the Governor Jerry Brown that would make accommodations for transgendered students in California's public schools. AB 1266 is scheduled to take effect in January and requires schools to allow transgendered students to play on sports teams and use bathrooms and locker rooms that match their gender identification. But a coalition of conservative groups is in the midst of a petition drive to block the law from taking effect and to let voters decide the issue. "Our polling shows that, overwhelmingly, the voters of California do not support this open-ended violation of privacy of the majority of students in order to accommodate a few," said Karen England the co-chair of Privacy for All Students. San Francisco Assembly member Tom Ammiano authored the legislation. Brown's Law Protecting Transgendered Students * KCBS' Susan Kennedy reports * * * "What makes me sad is, whether this is intentional or not, it still encourages violence against those who are different. It also vindicates the necessity for this bill because obviously people will look through this to a length of bigotry and prejudice," Ammiano said.