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11/14/2013

'Privacy For All Students' goes another round with me; 'we don't want Sacramento legislating tolerance of damaging lifestyles'

by Jeremy Hooper

In response to my piece for GLAAD pointing out that the Privacy For All Students coalition has put forth no path for protecting the transgender students they would leave vulnerable, should their repeal effort go forward, this anti-trans coalition offered me yet another public reply. Here it is, followed by my reaction:

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"Damaging lifestyles." There it is. There's that animus that we all knew was there. Thanks, kids.

And now, true to anti-LGBT form, they have deleted my comments and banned me with this "explanation":

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So much for the fair and free exchange of ideas. Typical.

Oh, but I actually am a parent, PFAS. And I know your movement better than you know yourselves, which is why my words are a threat to you all.

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