New York Legislature Seeks to Require Catholic, Private Schools to Recognize Preferred Pronouns

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Cardinal Timothy Dolan and over 14,000 Catholics have publicly opposed the proposed ‘Nonpublic Dignity for All Students Act,’ which could leave Catholic schools vulnerable to discrimination lawsuits.

The “Nonpublic Dignity for All Students Act” in the New York State Senate threatens to require Catholic schools to recognize chosen “gender identities” that may contradict a student’s biological sex.

Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York raised the alarm on the proposed legislation in an article published in Compact magazine last week. Cardinal Dolan writes that the proposed legislation would “force us to deny the inherent difference between boys and girls,” thus leaving New York Catholic schools vulnerable to discrimination lawsuits for enforcing male and female bathroom policies, sports teams, and uniforms on the basis of biological sex.

The legislation was sponsored by Democrat state Sen. Brad Hoylman-Sigal of the 47th Senate District, who is civilly married to his same-sex partner. Modeled on the 2010 Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), which applies only to public schools, the new “Nonpublic” act states that it would apply to “employees or students on private, religious, or denominational school property or at a school function.”

It is a purported anti-bullying measure, which would prohibit “discrimination” in Catholic and private schools based upon several characteristics, including “gender” and “sexual orientation.”

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Cardinal Timothy Dolan and over 14,000 Catholics have publicly opposed the proposed ‘Nonpublic Dignity for All Students Act,’ which could leave Catholic schools vulnerable to discrimination lawsuits.

The “Nonpublic Dignity for All Students Act” in the New York State Senate threatens to require Catholic schools to recognize chosen “gender identities” that may contradict a student’s biological sex.

Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York raised the alarm on the proposed legislation in an article published in Compact magazine last week. Cardinal Dolan writes that the proposed legislation would “force us to deny the inherent difference between boys and girls,” thus leaving New York Catholic schools vulnerable to discrimination lawsuits for enforcing male and female bathroom policies, sports teams, and uniforms on the basis of biological sex.

The legislation was sponsored by Democrat state Sen. Brad Hoylman-Sigal of the 47th Senate District, who is civilly married to his same-sex partner. Modeled on the 2010 Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), which applies only to public schools, the new “Nonpublic” act states that it would apply to “employees or students on private, religious, or denominational school property or at a school function.”

It is a purported anti-bullying measure, which would prohibit “discrimination” in Catholic and private schools based upon several characteristics, including “gender” and “sexual orientation.”

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This woke crap coming out of California and NY State is getting out of hand.

 
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Cardinal Timothy Dolan and over 14,000 Catholics have publicly opposed the proposed ‘Nonpublic Dignity for All Students Act,’ which could leave Catholic schools vulnerable to discrimination lawsuits.

The “Nonpublic Dignity for All Students Act” in the New York State Senate threatens to require Catholic schools to recognize chosen “gender identities” that may contradict a student’s biological sex.

Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York raised the alarm on the proposed legislation in an article published in Compact magazine last week. Cardinal Dolan writes that the proposed legislation would “force us to deny the inherent difference between boys and girls,” thus leaving New York Catholic schools vulnerable to discrimination lawsuits for enforcing male and female bathroom policies, sports teams, and uniforms on the basis of biological sex.

The legislation was sponsored by Democrat state Sen. Brad Hoylman-Sigal of the 47th Senate District, who is civilly married to his same-sex partner. Modeled on the 2010 Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), which applies only to public schools, the new “Nonpublic” act states that it would apply to “employees or students on private, religious, or denominational school property or at a school function.”

It is a purported anti-bullying measure, which would prohibit “discrimination” in Catholic and private schools based upon several characteristics, including “gender” and “sexual orientation.”

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They say they want to stop bullying by bullying Catholics and their schools.
 
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Cardinal Timothy Dolan and over 14,000 Catholics have publicly opposed the proposed ‘Nonpublic Dignity for All Students Act,’ which could leave Catholic schools vulnerable to discrimination lawsuits.

The “Nonpublic Dignity for All Students Act” in the New York State Senate threatens to require Catholic schools to recognize chosen “gender identities” that may contradict a student’s biological sex.

Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York raised the alarm on the proposed legislation in an article published in Compact magazine last week. Cardinal Dolan writes that the proposed legislation would “force us to deny the inherent difference between boys and girls,” thus leaving New York Catholic schools vulnerable to discrimination lawsuits for enforcing male and female bathroom policies, sports teams, and uniforms on the basis of biological sex.

The legislation was sponsored by Democrat state Sen. Brad Hoylman-Sigal of the 47th Senate District, who is civilly married to his same-sex partner. Modeled on the 2010 Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), which applies only to public schools, the new “Nonpublic” act states that it would apply to “employees or students on private, religious, or denominational school property or at a school function.”

It is a purported anti-bullying measure, which would prohibit “discrimination” in Catholic and private schools based upon several characteristics, including “gender” and “sexual orientation.”

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So, in order to curb bullying, they are going to bully the Catholic students.
None so blind as those who will not see.
 
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