CA Introduces Bill To Punish Retail Stores If They Separate Boys And Girls Departments

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Leave it to the left to suggest we’re denying science when it pertains to climate change, but, in the same breath, will turn around and deny science for the biological standards of gender.

I mean, I guess I never needed the signs to let me know which articles of clothing were more feminine than others, but this is a little much.

Triggered by signs that signify gender? This further confirms that individuals who believe gender is a fluid concept aren’t confident in their own belief system… not like we didn’t already know it in full force, but I had to provide a friendly reminder.

I just think it’s comical because the legislature suggests that it wants to remove the ‘divide’ but literally all I can visualize is management simply removing signs.

“Welp, that should do it.”

Are they aware that the childcare items for boys and for girls actually do need to be different? No? Okay.

Does the phrase ‘front to back’ raise any eyebrows?

Even if I’m listening to an atheist talk about lack of beliefs all together, with me being a Christian woman, I’m just fascinated about the life events that led this person to believe what he or she believes in, even though I don’t agree with the application of that particular thought process in my own life. It’s that easy to not become emotionally invested.

But wait, it doesn’t just pertain to clothing items.

According to The Daily Wire:

A new bill introduced by a member of the California state assembly would force stores that separated toys, clothing and childcare items into boys’ and girls’ sections to pay a $1,000 fine.

Of COURSE it’s California.
I remember when I was a child, I loved my fair share of Barbies and Hot Wheels. I never cared about which aisle they were in, which one was more ‘girly’ than the other, or any other distinguishing boy/girl elements.
My thought process as a child? “This toy looks fun. Final answer.”
You can find the bill in its entirety HERE.
Verbatim, the bill states the following:
Existing law, the Unruh Civil Rights Act, specifies that all persons within the jurisdiction of the state are free and equal, and no matter their sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, citizenship, primary language, or immigration status, are entitled to the full and equal accommodations, advantages, facilities, privileges, or services in all business establishments of every kind.
This bill would require a retail department store with 500 or more employees to maintain undivided areas of its sales floor where, if it sells childcare articles, children’s clothing, or toys, all childcare items, all clothing for children, or all toys, regardless of whether a particular item has traditionally been marketed for either girls or for boys, shall be displayed.
Beginning on January 1, 2023, the bill would make a retail department store that fails to correct a violation of these provisions within 30 days of receiving written notice of the violation from the Attorney General liable for a civil penalty of $1,000, as provided.