California Proposes To Fine Stores For Having Different Sections For Boys And Girls.

California Assembly Members Evan Low and Cristina Garcia have fixed all the myriad issues in the golden state of California and are proposing a bill that would require stores to only have unisex areas for children – no “boys” or “girls” sections.

They are serious about this as well. For stores with over 500 employees, the fine for not complying would be $1000 a day.

Last week, Assembly Members Evan Low (D–Cupertino) and Cristina Garcia (D–Los Angeles) introduced a bill that would require retailers to offer their toys and childcare products in a gender-neutral format.

Brick-and-mortar shops would have to display the majority of their products and clothing aimed at children in one undivided, unisex area on the sales floor. They’d also be barred from putting up signage that would indicate whether a product was intended for a boy or girl.

California-based retailers that sell children’s products online would also have to have a page on their website that offers these products in a general neutral fashion. The bill would allow retailers to title that section of their website “kids,” “unisex,” or “gender neutral.”

The bill is nearly identical to one that Low introduced last year, telling Politico at the time that he was hoping to create a more inclusive shopping experience. “This is an issue of children being able to express themselves without bias,” he said.

Kids can’t “express themselves” without a store setting up a certain layout?

However,what is distressing is that according to their biographies, these two morons have never owned a business, never worked in a business after college, nor do either of them have kids.

Furthermore, how a company advertises a product, absent of harm to others, is once again a First Amendment issue. If stores want to have separate boys and girls areas for clothing and other products, that is their choice and not the choice of some ignorant Assembly person who has not experience but is only trying to promote an agenda.

What’s next? Should stores be required to sell car parts for imports and domestic vehicles in the same area without designating SAE or metric fittings? After all, stores should not have a “bias” against car that have immigrated into the country.

Parents, not elected officials, know what is best for their children. Stores, not elected officials, know what is best to meet the needs of those parents.

Under this bill in the state of California, parents and now retail stores would continue to lose control of their choices and desires to the state.

One Response to “California Proposes To Fine Stores For Having Different Sections For Boys And Girls.”

  1. Moon Doggy says:

    That “we the people” have elected these goofballs to run our Country is disgusting. However, I suspect, like so many controversial issues, they don’t care about being inclusive, only further dividing the country with identity politics. They’ve figured out you can’t destroy a United States of America where we all stand together as Americans, but you can destroy the Country if you divide us all up into smaller groups that are then individually attacked.

    When I see stuff like this it makes me realize how thankful I am that our Country has such a great constitution, hopefully that will be enough.

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