California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed into law a new “bordello” plan that essentially turns the state’s long-term, senior-care centers into sexual free-for-alls, according to critics.
Under the new law, which will take effect Jan. 1, males are allowed to room with females, shower facilities no longer are gender specific and employees can be punished criminally for refusing to assist a man’s fantasy by dressing him in a bra, nylons, lipstick and earrings.
The LGBT community is applauding the adoption of SB 219, the newest extreme in a state where a homosexual judge decided voters cannot define marriage as the union of one man and one woman, and prohibits counselors from helping gender-confused young people overcome same-sex leanings.
It’s being described as a “bill of rights” for the state’s LGBT seniors.
One LGBT activist group said the law “would ban facilities from denying admission to, transferring or evicting a resident based on gender identity, sexual orientation or HIV status.”
“It would also require staff to use names and pronouns that correspond to how residents identify themselves.”
But pro-family leader Randy Thomasson, the president of SaveCalifornia.com, explains the real impact of the new rights Brown approved.
For example, the law makes it a criminal offense for any private-care facility to “move or evict a transsexual resident for acting out their transsexual behavior, even if other residents are disturbed by it.”
It forces employees to dress men in women’s clothes, or vice versa, “since the new law mandates a ‘right to wear or be dressed in clothing, accessories, or cosmetics that are permitted for any other resident.'”
It dictates that care facilities no longer can “protect privacy in men’s and women’s restrooms and bathing areas.”
It even will make criminals of workers who do not follow a resident’s demands to be addressed as “he” or “she,” no matter their biological sex. The requirement could be a particular burden to the thousands of immigrant employees who are not comfortable with the English language.
“SB 219 will force California care facility employees, often Hispana or Filipina women, to abandon all morals, reason, and logic by being legally forced to dress up a biological man, if he demands it, in bra, panties, and women’s clothes; being forced to put on him women’s earrings and necklaces and panty hose and women’s shoes; and being forced to apply make-up, eyeliner, and lipstick,” said Thomasson.
SaveCalifornia.com pointed out that existing law prohibits care homes from discriminating on the basis of actual or perceived sexual orientation, or actual or perceived gender identity.
“Yet this dangerous new law will unnecessarily and excessively penalize certain types of private speech at care facilities, and will impose criminal liability for saying ‘wrong’ words, including injurious fines and up to a year in jail.”
Thomasson said that by “imposing severe penalties within a confusing new ‘sex change’ policy, SB 219 will insensitively condemn care home employees who are non-English speakers and who may misunderstand requests of a resident in gender change transition.”
“Creating harsh criminal penalties is not a sensible solution to delicate communication problems that may arise at care facilities. It’s sad that the ruling Democrats ignored the commonsense objections of the California Association of Health Facilities.
“Who could have imagined a law sending Californians to jail for saying ‘he’ or ‘she’ in a way the state doesn’t like? But it’s here. Under SB 219, if a California long-term care home employee refers to a transitioning transgender woman as ‘he,’ or a transitioning transgender man as ‘she,’ they can incur a criminal fine and be incarcerated for up to a year, while the care home itself can suffer heavy fines and license revocation by the Department of Public Health, and also incur a fine of up to $150,000 under the state Fair Employment and Housing Act. This merciless squashing of free speech cries out to be ruled unconstitutional.”
The law applies to senior homes, convalescent homes, skilled nursing facilities, the developmentally disabled, pediatric day health and respite care.
WND reported the state already has allowed a “gay” judge to rule on same-sex marriage. Also, it forbids counselors from telling young people how to get rid of unwanted same-sex feelings. And for years it has promoted the homosexual lifestyle in its public schools.
Senate Bill 219, the “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Long-Term Care Facility Resident’s Bill of Rights,” requires “a Catholic facility [to] enable residents to have sexual relations with whomever they please while on the premises,” warned a letter to lawmakers from the Pacific Justice Institute.
“Such an arrangement would resemble a bordello more than a religious healthcare facility,” the legal team said.
PJI said the nursing home front is the newest in the war to impose “gender theory” on residents.