A social conservative sees a law passed by the Massachusetts
Legislature as evidence that radical homosexual activists continue
to push their agenda into public schools.
Brian Camenker of MassResistance says the new "transgender rights" law is more onerous and
radical than any similar bill that his organization has seen in any
other part of the country.
"For two sessions of the legislature, even though it had a lot
of sponsors, it never got out of committee because it was just too
radical," Camenker reports. "And in the third session, which was
this past session, they finally passed it."
Other bills protecting gender identity and expression are being
passed in other states as well.
"What happens is once they're passed, the gay movement and the
transgender movement take action to go to state school boards and
have them put in regulations for the bill, and then go to
individual school committees and say you have to implement
this," the MassResistance president explains.
He says a problem is that Republicans and some conservatives are
so afraid of opposing this agenda because of political correctness
that these bills are getting through state legislatures.