Saturday, September 23, 2023

Illinois Passes Bills to Become Sanctuary State for Sexual Deviants

'We must remain vigilant and aggressive in ensuring that Illinois is … a refuge state and a sanctuary state for LGBTQ communities...'

(Headline USA) Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Friday signed into law two measures aimed at making Illinois a sanctuary state for sexual deviants as other states move to protect children and their communities from sexual degeneracy.

One of the new laws will update language in existing acts to be more ‘gender inclusive’ in order to affirm genital mutilation for youth in foster care. The other will make it easier for sodomites to ‘marry.’ The laws will be effective on Aug. 8 and on Jan. 1, 2024, respectively.

Illinois is one of several U.S. states with Democratic-majority legislatures that has worked to reinforce sexual deviancy as Republican-led states advance bills that protect children and the community from genital mutilation, girls being forced to change with and compete against boys, and boys using the girl’s restrooms and locker rooms.

The two new pro-sexual deviancy Illinois laws were signed about a week into ‘pride month.’ Which, this year, is receiving push back from conservatives who have finally had enough.

“We must remain vigilant and aggressive in ensuring that Illinois is … a refuge state and a sanctuary state for LGBTQ communities,” said Sen. Mike Simmons, who sponsored both bills and is the only ‘out’ sodomite of the Illinois Senate.

The Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest organization devoted to the ‘rights’ of sexual deviants, released a guidebook pointing to laws it deems discriminatory in each state, and counted more than 75 anti-sexual deviancy bills that have been signed into law this year.

The NAACP last month issued a travel advisory for Florida, a popular warm-weather destination in the U.S., warning sexually deviant tourists of “openly hostile” recent laws and policies championed by Gov. Ron DeSantis and Florida lawmakers.

The Illinois bills garnered nearly 2,000 opponents, including hundreds of individuals and the Illinois Family Institute, who registered their disapproval of the pro-sexual deviancy legislation.

Adapted from reporting by the Associated Press

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