“Republican state Rep. Stan McClain introduced House Bill 1069, which would restrict education materials in schools, require schools to teach the ‘benefits of monogamous heterosexual marriage,’ and require educators to teach that ‘sex is determined by biology and reproductive function at birth …and that these reproductive roles are binary, stable, and unchangeable.’ The bill also says that ‘instruction in acquired immune deficiency syndrome, sexually transmitted diseases, or health education, when such instruction and course material contains instruction in human sexuality, such instruction may only occur in grades 6 through 12.'”—”‘It’s ridiculous’: Florida GOP bill would ban young girls from mentioning their periods in school. GOP author admits bill would bar girls from discussing menstruation but insists that’s not the ‘intent'”
“‘Does this bill prohibit conversations about menstrual cycles ― because we know that typically the ages is between 10 and 15 ― so if little girls experience their menstrual cycle in fifth grade or fourth grade, will that prohibit conversations from them since they are in the grade lower than sixth grade?’ Gantt asked the Republican. ‘It would,’ McClain acknowledged. Gantt pressed McClain on whether teachers could be punished if their students mention their periods to them. McClain said that ‘would not be the intent of the bill’ and added that he would be ‘amenable’ to amendments to prevent such scenarios.”
Next up, one might imagine, is a bill to prevent them from being made uncomfortable by tampon ads? I can practically hear them crying, “Hie thee to a menstrual hut, ye unclean!”
Also, “sex is determined by biology and reproductive function at birth”? At birth?! That’s not … smdh. Wake me up when one of these idiots gets real and requires all babies to be female, like their foetal origins intended.