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Under it, transgender students at public and charter schools would not be permitted to use the bathroom of their choice, but could be directed to separate, single-occupancy restrooms.

https://www.thestar.com/news/world/2017/05/22/texas-transgender-bathroom-bill-on-fast-track-to-become-law.html
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Re: Texas transgender bathroom bill on fast-track to become law
« Reply #1 on: May 22, 2017, 09:50:38 pm »
Knowing the State of Texas like I do, when the incoming money drops due to such a harsh law, they will cut social programs to make up for the difference. If that fails to make up for it, other funding will be cut.

If anyone feels like Texas is going to far, they have only started. Farrar wants to invoke a $100 fine for each time a male masturbates, and wants to mandate a 24 hour waiting period for men to get a colonoscopy, vasectomy, or Viagra.
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Re: Texas transgender bathroom bill on fast-track to become law
« Reply #2 on: May 23, 2017, 07:51:30 am »
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colonoscopy

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That's a diagnostic technique, often used to detect cancer, among other problems.  Why would they want someone to wait for that?

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Re: Texas transgender bathroom bill on fast-track to become law
« Reply #3 on: May 23, 2017, 10:20:37 am »
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That's a diagnostic technique, often used to detect cancer, among other problems.  Why would they want someone to wait for that?

And why would it apply only to men and not women?

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Texas transgender bathroom bill on fast-track to become law
« Reply #4 on: May 23, 2017, 10:33:45 am »
Knowing the State of Texas like I do, when the incoming money drops due to such a harsh law, they will cut social programs to make up for the difference. If that fails to make up for it, other funding will be cut.

If anyone feels like Texas is going to far, they have only started. Farrar wants to invoke a $100 fine for each time a male masturbates, and wants to mandate a 24 hour waiting period for men to get a colonoscopy, vasectomy, or Viagra.


Her proposed bill was satirical.  The whole idea was to raise awareness on how silly and invasive other state laws are against woman's rights.

Hopefully it's obvious but if a man masturbates then the semen is wasted from creating a human life and therefore he should be fined...a play on pro-life abortion legislation.  The 24hr waiting period for those procedures relates to the legislation requiring woman to wait 24hr between a consultation and abortion procedure and are also forced to have a transvaginal ultrasound while listening to fetal heartbeat before the procedure.

If anything, she's the only one that has a true handle on the absurdity of abortion legislation.
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