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03/25/2014

CA's anti-trans coalition sure is cocky for a losing team

by Jeremy Hooper

The deeply misnamed "Privacy For All Students" coalition, which has already failed to qualify its effort to repeal California's law safeguarding transgender students' schooldays, is still pretending like this is an ongoing debate

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[PFAS]

Well you can ask her to turn you all into sugar cookies, too, PFAS. Doesn't meant you have any truth backing you up. This is true no matter how much you act like an aggressive Ricki Lake Show guest from the mid-'90s.

Here's an idea: move on to actually make schools safer. For all students.

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