Senate Bill 107 was overwhelmingly passed in a 30-9 vote along party lines in the wake of a federal ruling on August 26 that struck down a Biden regime mandate aimed at forcing American doctors to perform gender mutilation procedures on children who demand to become LGBTs.
With that mandate now gone, some states are passing their own protective legislation to outlaw LGBT indoctrination events such as "Drag Queen Story Hour" at public libraries and "family-friendly" drag strip shows at restaurants and bars.
California, meanwhile, is moving in the opposite direction (Related: Alabama is one of the states that recently banned transgender grooming, and California is now trying to cater to "refugees" from that state and others like it).
SB 107, we are told, will make California a giant "safe space" for transgender youth and their parents from other states to find refuge. The following Democrats voted yes on the bill, which now awaits Gov. Gavin Newsom's signature:
State Sen. Melissa Melendez, a Republican who voted against SB 107, questioned the motives of Sen. Scott Wiener, the Democrat who authored the bill. She wants to know if he is aware of its implications for the children whose lives will be forever destroyed by "gender-affirming care."
Melendez brought up the case of Chloe Cole, who at 15 years old removed both of her breasts in a failed attempt to become a "male." Cole, like many others, now regrets her decision to get a double mastectomy.
The day before SB 107 was passed, Cole testified for a second time before the Senate Judiciary Committee about how going trans has ruined her life.
"My parents were told that the options were transition or suicide," Cole said at the hearing. "They complied because they were not offered any other treatment solution for my distress. My distraught parents wanted me alive, so they listened to my doctors. I was placed on puberty blockers and testosterone after expressing my gender dysphoria to my therapist, and I was approved for a double mastectomy all by the age of 15."
"Who here really believes that as a 15-year-old I should have had my healthy breasts removed or that should have been an option? SB 107 will open the floodgates for confused children like me to get the gender interventions that many so regret. I am the canary in the coal mine."
As you might expect, Cole also now suffers from a litany of mental health issues mostly stemming from her body being permanently butchered. She is still a female and always will be, but her chopped up body is now a mish-mash of male and female characteristics that she will carry with her for the rest of her life.
"So I easily fell prey to the narrative that if I felt different and did not want to be a highly sexualized girl, I must be a boy," Cole went on to explain. "I obsessed over becoming a boy. I believed that all my insecurities and anxiety would magically disappear once I transitioned."
"The mental health professionals did not try to dissuade me of this delusional belief. I was fast-tracked into medical transition after I was diagnosed with dysphoria in California."
The latest news about the Democrats' love affair with the transgender mutilation of children can be found at Transhumanism.news.
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