SB 777, the new California law which went into effect in January 2008, outlaws any whiff of “sexual-identity discrimination,” and it brings hate crime law to bear on offenders in public Education settings. I make no post hoc ergo propter hoc argument here about the subject. But pervasive liberalism, tolerance, and sexual confusion reinforced by the new law were, in my view, contributing factors in the death of Larry King’s, the 15 year old Oxnard, California boy who was permitted by the administration of his junior high school to dress and act out in the manner of an aggressive homosexual or cross-dresser.
The bill was sponsored by State Senator Sheila Kuehl who was notorious in California for her earlier PC attempt to outlaw public school sports teams’ use of names like “Braves,” “Redskins,” “Indians.” (I am not sure, but I think—I hope—she failed.)
I was asked to sign a petition to have SB 777 suspended until after the matter could be voted on by California citizens in the November 2008 general election. Upon reading SB 777’s changes in the California Education Code that became effective January 1, 2008, I, for the first time ever, joined in circulating a (that) petition myself. Insufficient petition signatures caused it to fail to qualify for the ballot and a second (aborted) attempt was set aside to concentrate all efforts on getting the Marriage Protection amendment on the ballot and on promoting votes to amend the California constitution to define marriage as joining one man with one woman.
My and many others’ understanding of SB 777:
The effect of the law is to entitle a student to choose to change his/her sexual identity hourly and to use restroom, locker room, and other facilities and sex-segregated classes and organizations according to whim. As you will see in reading my red-font highlighting in the attachment, the changed law points out that the sexual assignment the delivering doctor gives a newborn child simply is a stereotypical response and has no weight. Hence, ultimately, application of the law nullifies historical biological and familial distinctions, the concepts of “mother,” “father,” “boy,” “girl,” “husband,” “wife,” “man,” “woman,” etc.—concepts and words soon to be banned from the classroom.
A teacher living down my street who signed my petition indicated that where she teaches it became necessary for the school district to build a third set of restrooms, apparently for those who can’t make up their minds as to their sexual status. Wonderful, now pranksters can visit all three restroom classifications with impunity.
No doubt, the timid liberal rabbits in Larry King’s Oxnard School system attended workshops on the new hate crimes expansion, which cowed even those educators with better instincts and prevented their intervention. The liberal disease is pervasive, cerebrally terminal, and now lethal.
This link is to the relevant California Senate site for the bill’s history. The second and third links below are to the bill as first introduced and as approved.
Here is the introduction of the bill SB 777 in the CA Senate as it was marked by the sponsor to show changes to the existing education code .
Here is the final version of SB 777 as approved and signed into law by Gov. Schwarzenegger in October 2007. The changes became effective January 1, 2008 as set forth in the bill’s last paragraph