Democrats and Republicans in the Golden State are working together to outlaw sex change surgery on minors and protect women’s rights in public accommodations.
Republican Jonathan Zachreson and Democrat Erin Friday of Protect Kids California submitted statewide ballot initiatives aimed at preventing men from participating in women’s sports, informing parents if a student expresses an interest in undergoing a gender transition, and banning child sex changes and puberty blockers. Members of both political parties back the pair’s efforts to advance the ideas.
According to reports, the media and California politicians portray it as a partisan issue, whereas in reality, it has nothing to do with either major party. The majority of Democrats agree with us, remarked female rights activist Sophia Lorey, who spoke during the introduction of the endeavors.
According to the ballot proposition, the Protect Children From Reproductive Harm Act, sex transition procedures and puberty blockers for minors would be illegal in the state.
The Protect Girls’ Sports and Spaces Act would establish sex-segregated bathrooms and locker rooms and ban males from competing in female sports, while the School Transparency and Partnership Act would require school officials to notify parents if a pupil determines they want to be identified as a gender different than his or her biological sex.
According to California’s ballot initiative guide, initiatives need 550,000 signatures to qualify for the ballot, and a majority vote in favor of adoption would make it the law in the state.
Friday informed media outlets that she was moved to assist in submitting the proposals because of her personal encounters with gender ideology, including her daughter’s transition at school without her consent or knowledge.
Friday explained that all of these organizations, including far-left groups like Gays Against Groomers and same-sex-attracted groups, were in agreement on the subject. The Democrats ought to see the writing on the wall.
According to the findings of a study conducted in March 2023 by Summit.org and McLaughlin and Associates, almost sixty percent of American voters are of the opinion that biological males competing against women have a negative influence.