When I worked at a fast food place when I was in my teens, and we would have a kid’s meal come up, we would ask the person doing the ordering if they wanted a toy for a boy or a girl.
Seemed like a simple question right? Presented a problem and solved one right away. Now, if that were to happen today, you would have someone suing you for assuming someone’s gender.
The whole fifty genders and three leftover for spares thing is getting absolutely out of control. It is one of those things where people have to realize that in many service positions, you are meeting someone for the first time and have no idea as to how they want to be referred to. The more than two genders thing is getting just dumb.
It’s no surprise that the deep blue state of California would try to shove non-binary bull crap down the throats of business owners, big and small. Thanks to two state assembly members, retailers will be forced to provide “gender-neutral” departments.
Though the basis of the issue is a valid one, even liberals aren’t so sure that forcing radical gender bending viewpoints on the masses is the right way to go about solving the problem. According to gender studies Law Professor Marisa Chincharoolo, “I think it’s a very well-intentioned bill.” But wait, there’s more.
“I think there are more effective, more consensus-building ways to achieve progressive values than this type of legislation that says we are just gonna penalize anyone who doesn’t agree with those values.” The blowback is expected to be nuclear.
There’s really no reason why Barbie can’t sit next to GI Joe on the shelf in the toy department. The main reason certain toys are grouped together is tradition because it’s always been that way and part to make it easier to find the things you’re looking for.
Just because the rockets and the easy bake ovens are a couple shelves away from each other doesn’t mean that any child can’t buy and play with either one. In California, that’s gender discrimination.
California Assembly Members Evan Low and Cristina Garcia demand gender-neutral retail departments. They plan to force “more tolerance and open-mindedness in parents and children.” Non-compliance gets a fine of $1,000.
Not only toys are to be desegregated. “The bill would apply to departments that sell childcare items, children’s clothing or toys.”