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I, Napoleon

The genius of the Babylon Bee…

A new California law requires businesses to provide separate restrooms for people who think they are Napoleon Bonaparte.
 
“Not providing a separate restroom for individuals who believe they are actually the 19th-century French emperor is hateful and wrong,” said Governor Gavin Newsom as he signed the bill into law Wednesday, flanked by several people dressed as Napoleon Bonaparte. “We will no longer allow these individuals to be discriminated against.”

It’s very clever. However do they think of these things?

h/t Bacardi Breezer

The Children Are Our Future

The official twitter account of the University of Alberta, Centre for Teaching & Learning (CTL).

I, Napoleon

First of many;

A woman who was treated with hormone blockers to reassign her gender as a teenager is taking the NHS to court, saying she “should have been told to wait”.
 
Keira Bell said the care she received for gender dysphoria, a condition where a person experiences distress due to a mismatch between their biological sex and their gender identity, steered her towards medical treatment.
 
Ms Bell, who used to identify as a boy, was 15 when she went to the Tavistock Centre in London. She said after “roughly three sessions” she started receiving hormone blockers.
 
Eight years later, and after undergoing surgery, Ms Bell is de-transitioning to return to a woman.

Good luck with that, Tinkerbell.

I, Napoleon

National File;

Romania has passed a law banning gender studies and educational institutions from promoting gender identities divorced from biological sex, joining the ranks of Central European countries Hungary and Poland to require a more traditional approach to gender theory.
 
On Tuesday, Romanian lawmakers passed an amendment to an education law banning educational institutions from “activities propagating theories and opinions on gender identity according to which gender is a separate concept from biological sex,” according to The Swaddle.
 
The decision elicited widespread condemnation from a variety of activist organizations, with some professors openly intending to defy the law. The amendment was passed without any debate or consultation with teachers or educators.

Imagine that.

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