Sen. Ricardo Lara (D-Long Beach) who is an avowed homosexual, authored SB 323 back in February of this year in an attempt to impose his homosexual lifestyle choices and beliefs upon the rest of California. SB 323 was designed to revoke the tax-exempt status of youth groups, such as the Boy Scouts of America, Pop Warner, Little League, and even the Special Olympics if they failed to actively embrace homosexuality and other alternative lifestyles. On Thursday, the Pacific Justice Institute posted a press release through their Facebook page indicating that on Wednesday the California state senate voted 27-9 in favor of this bill.
On the press release, Brad Dacus, who is president of the Pacific Justice Institute, said, “SB 323 isn’t aimed at acceptance or tolerance, it’s aimed at bullying and intimidating youth groups who don’t share Sen. Lara’s beliefs.”
“Forcing Boy Scouts to allow biological females to camp with the boys because they identify as a boy is ludicrous,” he added.
Further summary of this legislation and its sweeping ramifications are more thoroughly explained on GenderInsanity.com. The following is a portion of the summary found on that site.
“In addition to directly affecting youth organizations ranging from 4-H to Little League to Special Olympics, the bill more broadly requires virtually all youth sports in California to allow children of any gender to participate in any sports team or activity, in order for the organization to remain tax-exempt. Moreover, SB 323 would negatively affect at least one area of tax exemptions for private religious schools and higher education, and could potentially have a highly coercive effect on these institutions. Finally, the bill is a large step toward revocation of property tax exemptions, and exemptions for all religious non-profits that maintain traditional beliefs about sexuality and gender.”
The Pacific Justice Institute has been vigorously fighting the homosexual lobby in these matters, pleading with Californians to take action and to call their legislators, protesting this kind of legislation.
As the PJI stated on its website:
“We have been warning for years that the gay lobby would eventually use tax exemptions to force non-profits to capitulate to their demands, but it’s still shocking to see it actually in print and on its way to becoming law.”
Ricardo Lara, along with 7 other currently active legislators, form the California Legislative LGBT Caucus. They are all gay or lesbian and they are all Democrats. This caucus, established in 2002, is designed to advance the homosexual, lesbian, bi-sexual, and transgender agenda, through aggressive legislation.