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09/06/2013

Audio: Tony Perkins would pull kids from sports rather than exposed them to trans students' 'twisted view'

by Jeremy Hooper

He might even pull them from school entirely, if they weren't homeschooled already. But the Family Research Council would definitely yank his kids from sports programs rather than have them follow the safeguards and protections for transgender students that are now prescribed by California state law (*to be enacted 1/1/14):


[SOURCE: Washington Watch w/ Tony Perkins; 9/6/13]

Eh, so the kids who are yanked from varsity sports might not be so good at something like basketball. At least they'll be pros in bubble-living!

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