Great idea! Making them take accountability for what they mess up.— LisaTravels (@Lisa_Travels1) February 22, 2023
They need to add a provision for therapy as well.Although the therapy could have gone a long way to preventing the problem to start. — André Chaisson (@ATChaisson) February 22, 2023
God bless Florida— Denise (@Denise38212502) February 21, 2023
With liberals and progressives firmly in control of the cultural high grounds — so-called higher education (where Lia Thomas is considered a “woman”), entertainment, the establishment news outlets — it can sometimes look to conservatives like the cultural wars are so one-sided they’re hardly worth fighting. [firefly_poll] But then a state like Florida proves that not only are conservative positions defensible, it’s possible to go on the offensive, too. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis proved that in his first term by taking on major cultural issues and winning. And the fact that he won re-election in November by 20 points over the Republican-turned-independent-turned-Democrat Charlie Crist proved that Florida voters are behind him. Ingoglia’s bill by itself won’t change the trajectory of American society, of course. With the legislative session not opening until March 7, it’s not even clear it will get through the session and land on DeSantis’ desk. But it’s a message, loud and clear, that conservatives aren’t through fighting for decency and sanity in American life — not in Florida or anywhere else. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
Any one who de-transitions should sue their doctors for a misdiagnosis. To get a sex change a person should have to be diagnosed as needing gender affirming care. Hold the doctors that rubber stamp that accountable & they’ll take their job a little more seriously & ask questions— commonsense (@commonsense258) February 22, 2023