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On Thursday, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill making California an even worse place to live. It is now illegal to be factual and call someone by their proper gender if they, xe, or sie don’t prefer it. Fortunately, though quite oddly, it only applies to nursing homes and residential care facilities… for now, at least.

Under the California Health and Safety code, the “LGBT Senior Bill of Rights” warns that anyone who “willfully or repeatedly” doesn’t “use a transgender resident’s preferred name or pronouns… is guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000), by imprisonment in the county jail for a period not to exceed one year, or by both the fine and imprisonment.”

So if you call someone who wants to be a “they” Mrs or Mr, you could end up in jail for a year, especially if you’re careless enough to do it a number of times.

State Sen. Scott Weiner authored the bill and told those who oppose it, “Everyone is entitled to their religious view, but when you enter the public space — when you are running an institution — you are in a workplace, you are in a civil setting, and you have to follow the law.”

In addition to word policing, nursing home staff must allow senior residents to use whichever bathroom they wish.

That’s definitely not Making America Great Again.  All the real problems have been solved, so they can focus on things like The LGBT Senior Bill of Rights.

Sad and scary thing is that you know, given time, this awful thought-policing crap will make it this way too.

 

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