Parents can't help their children under new draconian law

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    after spending some time last winter in the public cesspool that is california, I am of the opinion that it doesn't matter what laws they pass there, they have no means of enforcing them.

    Thats what makes california a cesspool, everytime somebody wants to feel good they pass a law, which they can't enforce.

    I believe california is lost, I see no way back to normal for california.
     
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    There are lots of things Im not allowed to do to my kids.

    Abuse is abuse, it should be illegal in any form.
     
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    Its not abuse. Its trying to help them and its not up to you or the state to determine what is and isn't help.
     
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    What exactly is 'abusive' in educating and/or counseling minor children about sexuality?
     
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    Honest question.


    If this article was about parents trying to force their children into being gay, would you consider that abusive?
     
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    Don't answer questions with questions, it makes you look deceptive AND ignorant.

    So let's try this again, what is it that is 'abusive' about counseling and/or educating your own minor children about human sexuality?
     
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    Trying to force your own sexual orientation on your children is abusive. Feel free to grow a pair and answer my question.
     
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    I don't consider the comparison as valid. I don't consider homosexuality 'normal'.
    4% of the US population doesn't 'establish a standard'. Encouraging your child(ren) to overcome abnormal sexual desires is what GOOD parents are SUPPOSED to do, if they want to raise 'normal' children into adulthood.

     
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