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December 01, 2023
Florida Enacts Law Saying Govt Funded Orgs Can't Force Pronouns On People. Those Who Force Pronouns Are Pissed.
Children are constantly being targeted with sexual content. This is not just on social media. We now live in a time where this is rampant in school curriculums. That is why Florida did something about that.
Not too long ago, Liberal activists claimed that Florida’s parental rights bill would harm kids, which was a bunch of nonsense since it protects kids from what is de facto sexual grooming.
Obviously, the alphabet mob did not like the bill. It is not clear why they hated it so much but it is probably safe to assume that they didn’t like how Florida recognized the rights of parents to raise and teach their children.
Anyone with common sense knows that we should protect young children from sexual content but I guess when you think Sally can become Joe, well not much sense is common.
Anyway, LGBT organizations are mad again as they are not too happy with a proposed bill that they say would “cripple LGBTQ nonprofit groups in Florida and a “major threat to their existence” with a “devastating domino effect.”
Filed by state Rep. Ryan Chamberlin, R-Marion, the bill (HB 599) would prevent nonprofit groups or any employers who receive state funding from requiring training on “sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.”
In other words, no forced LBGT indoctrination. But LGBT groups are probably mad because now it will be harder to promote their lie that there is a “trans genocide.” Which there is not.
Chamberlin said the legislation was needed “to protect Florida’s non-profit workers,” according to the Union-Bulletin.
“The bill focuses on taxpayer-funded organizations and businesses to prevent them from forcing employees to participate in gender sensitivity or pronoun training and conduct that is married to a penalty for non-participation,” Chamberlin said. “If an employee recognizes a person by their birth gender or does not want to participate in gender sensitivity training, they should not be reprimanded or fired.”
If enacted, it would be an expansion from the initial focus on schools in the Parental Rights in Education Act, which the left dubbed the “don’t say gay” law even though it never said the word “gay” in it.
Additionally, the bill seeks to prevent businesses from disciplining employees for refusing to use other people’s preferred pronouns.
It would prohibit "employees and contractors from being penalized or subjected to certain actions for not providing certain titles and pronouns" and prohibit “adverse personnel action” based on “deeply held religious or biology-based beliefs."
“The original justification no longer applies,” said Gregory Koger, a professor of political science at the University of Miami. “This isn’t about schools. This isn’t about children. This is about how every Florida person is supposed to speak to every other Florida person in the so-called free state of Florida.”
Wow, the lack of self-awareness is missing in that quote. The bill prevents compelled speech. Meaning, you cannot force someone to say they/them/it. People can still jump on the pronoun bandwagon if they want to. But transgenderism is a lie. And you can't make someone think two plus two equals five on their own. You would have to coerce and indoctrinate them into believing that. Just like with the pronoun stuff.
And because transgenderism is a lie, it is not protected by the First Amendment. Fraud is not protected under Freedom of Speech.
“Companies know that inclusive benefits, programs, and policies are good for business, employees, and communities,” Jamie Henkel, interim director of Learning and Inclusion for PFLAG National said. “With so many issues to focus on and try to solve, HB 599 is a distraction – and a dangerous one, at that.”
Where is the evidence that DEI makes people more tolerant of individual differences? Because I have yet to see any.
Anyway, the bill is just in the early stages. Hopefully, it will come to fruition in the new year.
It is good that some lawmakers want to ensure that no one is compelled to profess or believe any idea, especially a lie.