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In California, it May Soon be a Criminal Offense to Call Someone by the Wrong Gender Pronoun

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Hasn't California become its own country yet?

 

:RpS_smile:

 

There was talk of seceding from the Union by Californians who regretted the outcome of the last Presidential election.

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Oh, my goodness.

 

I Can understand people purposely doing that -- I've seen some gender changed people who look pitiful -- or maybe I'm thinking of 'cross dressers'. Maybe people should just stick with the gender they're born with. Get counseling or something to help them cope with whatever gender they've been born with.

 

I Can understand the confusion of someone born with a combo of sexual organs and there's genuine confusion as to gender.

 

But to pass that kind of a law. Maybe they should be allowed to secede. (just a thought).

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Oh, my goodness.

 

I Can understand people purposely doing that -- I've seen some gender changed people who look pitiful -- or maybe I'm thinking of 'cross dressers'. Maybe people should just stick with the gender they're born with. Get counseling or something to help them cope with whatever gender they've been born with.

 

I Can understand the confusion of someone born with a combo of sexual organs and there's genuine confusion as to gender.

 

But to pass that kind of a law. Maybe they should be allowed to secede. (just a thought).

 

From a purely political POV, that would suit me just fine (being a conservative and a Republican), because w/o California, the Democrats wouldn't win the Electoral College or the popular vote again before the end of the age :RpS_thumbsup:

 

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