A Question for California businesses, and their communist overlords

We have established that a man can compete in a women’s sporting event by claiming to identify as a female.

Also in cycling.

And we have seen many other examples where men, pretending to be women, sometimes by getting an extreme surgical makeover and sometimes not even bothering, have dominated women’s sports for some time now.

Many nations, the UK included, legally mandate companies, government orgs, and the general public to pretend along with them or face serious consequences.

Here is my personal favorite example going back to 2008, from the Daily Mail. Its also more proof, as if any was needed outside our day to day experience, that there is no such thing as multiculturalism.


So why can California companies who now are forced to have a woman on the board of directors, not just have one of the men claim to identify as a woman and hey presto! Problem solved? Or will all of a sudden biological reality suddenly matter and they will have to have a pair of ovaries?

Of course the real solution is to leave California and set up shop where merit is the only guiding principle, and let California crash like all communist countries do for the same reason they do. But in the meantime, lets see if California can even recognize their own petard when they are being hoisted by it.

Trans gender driving instructor Emma Sherdley from Holmfirth who works for Laugh n Pass Driving school Trans gender driving instructor Emma Sherdley has had compliants from a customer who wants a ‘real’ woment to teach his wife to drive.

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17 Replies to “A Question for California businesses, and their communist overlords”

  1. Why? The answer is across the pond.

    “PES Manifesto film (european elections 2009)”
    Party of European Socialists – Published on February 9, 2009

  2. Date Published: 08/20/2018 09:00 PM
    Introduced by Senators Jackson and Atkins
    (Principal coauthor: Senator Leyva)
    (Coauthor: Assembly Member Gonzalez Fletcher)
    January 03, 2018
    (1) “Female” means an individual who self-identifies her gender as a woman, without regard to the individual’s designated sex at birth.
    (2) “Publicly held corporation” means a corporation with outstanding shares listed on a major United States stock exchange.

    (C) For a second or subsequent ?v?i?o?l?a?t?i?o?n?,? ?a?n? ?a?m?o?u?n?t? ?e?q?u?a?l? ?t?o? ?t?h?r?e?e? ?t?i?m?e?s? ?t?h?e? ?a?v?e?r?a?g?e? ?a?n?n?u?a?l? ?c?a?s?h? ?c?o?m?p?e?n?s?a?t?i?o?n? ?f?o?r? ?t?h?e? ?d?i?r?e?c?t?o?r?s? ?o?f? ?t?h?e? ?c?o?r?p?o?r?a?t?i?o?n?.? ?, violation the amount of three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000).

  3. the struck-through text is: violation, an amount equal to three times the average annual cash compensation for the directors of the corporation
    http://sd19.senate.ca.gov/news/2018-08-30-jackson-bill-make-california-first-state-require-women-corporate-boards-heads August 30, 2018
    SACRAMENTO—Legislation authored by Senator Hannah Beth Jackson (D-Santa Barbara) and Senate President Pro Tempore Toni Atkins (D-San Diego) to require gender diversity on corporate boards passed off the Senate floor today on a 23 to 9 vote and now heads to the Governor. The bill is a California Legislative Women’s Caucus priority.

    Senate Bill 826 promotes equitable and diverse gender representation on corporate boards by requiring every publicly-held corporation in California to have a minimum of one woman on its board of directors by the end of 2019. By the end of July 2021, the bill would require a minimum of two women on boards with five members and at least three women on boards with six or more. California would be the first state in the nation with such a requirement.

  4. https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billVotesClient.xhtml?bill_id=201720180SB826
    23 yes: Ayes: Allen, Atkins, Beall, Bradford, De León, Delgado, Dodd, Galgiani, Hernandez, Hill, Hueso, Jackson, Lara, Leyva, McGuire, Mitchell, Monning, Pan, Portantino, Roth, Skinner, Stern, Wiener
    9 no: Anderson, Fuller, Gaines, Moorlach, Morrell, Nielsen, Stone, Vidak, Wilk
    8 No Votes Recorded: Bates, Berryhill, Cannella, Chang, Glazer, Hertzberg, Nguyen, Wieckowski
    See https://www.billtrack50.com/BillDetail/910500 detail
    All 23 Yes are D; all 9 No are R;
    Other 5R 3D

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