The radical LGBT movement is invading public schools and universities and shoving their agenda down everyone’s throat.
But this lawmaker in Arizona is threatening to derail these LGBT activists entirely.
And the law he is proposing could upend the LGBT movement and start an all out war from the radicals in the “movement.”
Many schools are beginning to appease social justice warriors by allowing students to identify as either the gender of their choice or even claiming to be a gender that doesn’t even exist.
That’s why State Rep. John Fillmore of Arizona is proposing a law that would put an end to this in an instant.
Fillmore’s law would require all public schools to only recognize two genders, male and female.
Now all hell is breaking loose.
A Republican state lawmaker in Arizona has proposed three new bills that would make the recognition of the reality that there are only two genders compulsory in state schools, on all state documents, and on birth certificates.
Rep. John Fillmore’s first proposed bill, HB 2080, would prevent any state agency, board, commission, or department from listing anything other than “male” or “female” as an individual’s sex on any document.
His second proposed bill, HB 2081, would require that birth certificates only list “male” and “female” as options for a newborn’s sex.
And his third proposed bill, HB 2082, would bar schools from forcing teachers or others to use a biologically incorrect pronoun when referring to a student. They would not be forced to use anything “other than the sex or gender pronoun that corresponds to the sex listed on that student’s birth certificate.”
Naturally, when news of Fillmore’s proposed legislation began to spread, social justice warriors, and LGBT activists began to lose their minds.
Passing this legislation would be a major blow to all of the progress the LGBT movement has made invading public schools and government offices.
If this bill passes, Arizona should expect to see massive protests and even riots from unhinged activists.
Fillmore’s law is considered to be controversial.
But it only requires that schools and government documents, like birth and death certificates, identify which of the two genders the individual is.
What do you think?
Is this legislation hateful or simply common sense?
Let us know in the comments below.