Wednesday, January 30, 2013

The Don't Say Gay Bill is Back, Requiring Teachers to tell the Parents their kids is Gay

This damn bill is back and causing a foolishness alert across my home state. After it's 'death' last year, I guess the creators of this bill thought it needed more mess added to it.
The general assembly recognizes that certain subjects are particularly sensitive and are, therefore, best explained and discussed within the home. Because of its complex societal, scientific, psychological, and historical implications, human sexuality is one such subject. Human sexuality is best understood by children with sufficient maturity to grasp its complexity and implications [...] 
A school counselor, nurse, principal or assistant principal from counseling a student who is engaging in, or who may be at risk of engaging in, behavior injurious to the physical or mental health and well-being of the student or another person; provided, that wherever possible such counseling shall be done in consultation with the student’s parents or legal guardians. Parents or legal guardians of students who receive such counseling shall be notified as soon as practicable that such counseling has occurred.
So now, the kid could be in danger of getting beaten, kicked out or worse. These fools are not thinking of the children's best interest.

You can read the bill here


1 comment:

R.J. said...

I'd love to see a "Don't Say Bigot" bill, just like I'd love to see divorce outlawed here in Cali as payback for Prop H8.

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