FYI .... Deer Friends

 
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It is time I became clear about it.  I don’t care what YOU do with your genitals!  I do care if you teach in public schools that what you do with yours is normal for all folks whatever that is.  I do care if whatever you do with yours involves small children.  I do care if whatever you do with yours is done irresponsibly & causes me to have to pay for your mistakes; whatever you think those mistakes are. That would normally end such a discussion, except for politics.
I don’t go around thinking that I am my genitals whatever those are. Some people think that way - I don’t.  I wish politicians would quit thinking through the genitals of their constituents - (try not to think of Anthony Weiner, D - NY or Bill Clinton, pres. USA). I don’t like politicians who redefine laws according to their genitals or the genitals of their constituents. Such is pandering & belongs to the no-integrity classes. Take up your moral compasses & apply them to yourselves.
BTW, I do have a problem with the term sexual orientation being a political correctness euphemism for political shenanigans. I attended an orientation class when I first went to college to help us know what the university was about.  Did any of you send your genitals to a sexual orientation class?
BTW, I don’t want to be forced to watch what you do with yours.

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Mark de LA says
E.G: Legislation
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(1) Public school students who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT), or are perceived to be LGBT, or who associate with LGBT people, have been and are subjected to pervasive discrimination, including harassment, bullying, intimidation and violence, and have been deprived of equal educational opportunities, in schools in every part of our Nation.

(2) While discrimination, including harassment, bullying, intimidation and violence, of any kind is harmful to students and to our education system, actions that target students based on sexual orientation or gender identity represent a distinct and especially severe problem.

(3) Numerous social science studies demonstrate that discrimination, including harassment, bullying, intimidation and violence, at school has contributed to high rates of absenteeism, dropout, adverse health consequences, and academic underachievement among LGBT youth.

... etc. another opportunity for job security for lawyers. Text of H.R. 1652 Some people pandering to student genitals. 3% chance of passing.