SICK: California Bill Proposes to Fine Retailers That Maintain Separate Clothing and Toys Sections for Boys and Girls
Two Democrats in the California state legislature have introduced a bill that would force retail stores to offer boys and girls’ clothing and toys in one gender neutral section.
According to Reason.com, the bill would impact brick-and-mortar stores as well as online retailers based in California. It was introduced by Assembly Members Evan Low and Cristina Garcia.
Brick-and-mortar stores, if the bill became law, would be required to display the “majority” of their children’s clothing and toys in a single “unisex” area. They would also not be allowed to put up signs that indicate whether a certain toy or clothing item is intended for boys or girls.
Stores that maintain separate boys and girls sections could potentially face a $1,000 fine for non-compliance, though this only applies to retailers that employ over 500 people.
Online California-based retailers are not exempt from a similar provision. They would be required to offer their children’s toys and clothing on a single webpage titled “kids,” “unisex,” or “gender neutral.”
There are clear political and social motivations behind this bill, namely to use the state to compel “inclusivity” and encourage the “self-expression” of disordered inclinations at a very young age. It’s despicable.
In related news, Big League Politics recently reported on how 16 percent of Americans age 18 to 23 identify as LGBTQ. That figure will surely increase as the drive to downplay the biological and social differences between males and females ramps up.
A recent Gallup poll has revealed that a record number of American adults identify as LGBTQ, with members of Generation Z—young adults ages 18 to 23—mostly behind this increase.
In 2017 4.5 percent of American adults identified as LGBTQ, but now that figure has jumped to 5.6 percent, which constitutes an estimated 18 million people.
Even more incredible is that one out of every six Americans aged 18 to 23—a whopping 15.9 percent!—consider themselves LGBTQ.
The poll also dives into specifics about the respondents’ sexual orientation, as opposed to simply asking if they identified as LGBTQ. 54.6 percent of the respondents consider themselves bisexual, 24.5 percent gay, 11.7 percent lesbian, and 11.3 percent transgender.