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A California Senator's Attack on Parental Rights

DCM in FL Wrote: Aug 02, 2012 12:39 PM
BTW, what I mean by "how many do you think there are?" is this: Among people there is a continuum running from no attraction to the same sex all the way through virtually exclusive attraction to the same sex. There is no clear boundary between, say, "gay" and "bisexual." How many orientations is that? Answer: none, because any level of attraction to the same sex is not an "orientation." "I suspect that yours is the last option among the four." - Gotta throw in a little ad hominem, huh? Just for the record, I have the only real "orientation" there is: straight.

Two months ago, I wrote, “As of today, it is legal in California to give hormone blockers to an 11 year-old boy in order to delay the onset of puberty, but it could soon be illegal for a 17 year-old with unwanted same-sex attractions to receive professional counseling, even with parental consent.” Now, California Senator Ted Lieu, has removed any doubt as to why he introduced Senate Bill 1172: “The attack on parental rights is exactly the whole point of the bill because we don’t want to let parents harm their children.”

This is an absolute outrage, and every...