Mr. "Cristan" Williams has repeatedly written on the subject, and now Mr. "Autumn" Sandeen has taken up the cause, having produced at least
I suspect, AB 1266, a law that takes an extremist approach to protecting "transgender" students in California public schools will be overturned next year. I have said, repeatedly, that the smart move would be to have it amended to take out the excessive features (in particular sharing locker rooms) or at least include provisions concerning privacy (i.e. something similar to rules in San Francisco that address "inevitable nudity"). Now, I don't even know what the situation is in school locker rooms. It has been a very long time since I was in one, and that may not even be an issue. But, whether it is, or not, addressing it would defuse the objections to the law.
But, given that this has not once been addressed in anything I have seen, I suspect that it may well be a issue. And I also strongly suspect that transgender extremists have no problem with the issue, even though I have no doubt it would cause even more upset for students who are legitimately transsexual (who are really not a concern for the kooks like Sandeen and Williams).
I do find it amusing that, while the Pacific Justice Institute has made the claim that the Colorado student was harassing female students, the only ones who has applied terms like "attacking," "predator," and "monster," have been trans extremists attempting, desperately, to create straw man arguments.
Now, honest people can disagree on whether or not what has occurred in that Colorado high school amounts to harassment. Arguments can be made both ways. But the simple truth is, no one, not even the Pacific Justice Institute has actually referred to that child using words like "predator" or "monster" except the trans extremists. The really bad thing is, I can imagine this child reading some of the articles in support, and actually believing that people have used those terms...when they haven't.
I have been attacked by people I would normally support because I have declined to accept extremists positions on this case. I am saddened that this child is being used by either side to further a political agenda. I am saddened that this child's privacy has been invaded by having photos posted online. It seems odd...much has been made about people making death threats, and yet, something that might lead to someone spotting the child and attacking has been posted. Without the photos being posted, the chances of someone identifying the child are much less. But, anyone who is obsessive enough to actually carry out such an attack now has more information to use.
In spite of what some, in fits of irrational rage, have suggested, I don't want this child harmed. Sadly, if it does happen, it may well be more the fault of the trans extremists than those they try to smear while pushing their agenda.