Imagine this. You send your 13-year-old daughter to her first day of high school. She goes into the school bathroom, and standing there is a 6' 2", 19-year-old male student. She screams. But instead of school officials expelling the boy from school and turning him over to the police, your daughter is arrested for committing a hate crime.
Something like that will happen soon in California. On January 1, the state imposed on children Assembly Bill 1266, mandating that all bathrooms, gym showers, and sports teams in public schools be open to everyone, regardless of sex. The bill’s official title is the School Success and Opportunity Act.
The bill’s author was Assemblyman Tom Ammiano (D-San Francisco), a homosexual activist. Gov. Jerry Brown signed it into law on August 12, 2013. Of the relationship between the two men, a fawning Los Angeles Times reported concerning a different bill, “Ammiano said the two had multiple meetings in Brown’s office, where they discussed its threadbare carpet, their shared Roman Catholicism”—which their policies mock—and legislation.
According to the summary of AB 1266, “This bill requires a pupil be permitted to participate in sex-segregated school programs, activities, and facilities including athletic teams and competitions, consistent...