Kansas Trans Political Slap Fight Update: Split Decision & Sloppy Reporting

Real talk . . .

More and more people are coming to the realization that a great deal of this discussion is an orchestrated distraction on the march to the next world war. 

Meanwhile . . . 

We wanted to highlight this bit of hilarity . . . The part we want to focus on is in red . . .

"Senators successfully overturned Kelly’s veto of  Senate Bill 180 Wednesday, voting 28-12 to pass the bill back to the House for a final vote. To override Kelly’s veto, 84 votes are needed in the House and 27 in the Senate.

"The legislation bans individuals who are born without the ability to produce eggs for reproduction from using women’s restrooms, locker rooms and other gender-specific areas."

We'll hit that highlight again . . . 

"The legislation bans individuals who are born without the ability to produce eggs for reproduction." 


That line isn't accurate.

There are plenty of females born with reproductive problems and will never produce eggs. That doesn't make them any less female. 

What we're highlighting is the progressive blog's inability to simply write the words MEN, WOMEN or even TRANS. 

Long, long ago we stopped defining people by their reproductive merits . . . The reality is that the Reflector's verbiage is even more archaic than what most liberals or conservatives would find socially acceptable. 

Disclaimer . . . 

Honestly . . . This isn't our fight.

TKC thinks that drag shows at bars or performed by RuPaul are AWESOME & FUN. 

We don't hate anybody.

And given all the typos on this blog . . .We're not a stickler for grammar. 

But watching our progressive colleagues paralyzed by their inability to write about REALITY is a bit troubling. 

Even more so than all of the silly state level legislation in play.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com links . . .

Kansas Senate passes transgender bathroom ban, fails to override veto of gender-affirming care ban - Kansas Reflector

TOPEKA - The Senate revived a wide-ranging transgender bathroom ban, despite concerns that the ban, called a "women's bill of rights," is overly intrusive and doesn't actually give women more rights. Lawmakers in both chambers also successfully overruled Gov. Laura Kelly's veto of a county jail bill that bars transgender and intersex women from occupying female-specific spaces in jails.

KS Senate overrides Kelly's veto on bill banning trans people from single-sex spaces

The Kansas Senate voted Wednesday to override Gov. Laura Kelly's veto of a sweeping bill affecting the lives of transgender Kansans but rejected a bill that would restrict health care for transgender youth. The chamber voted 28-12 to pass the "women's bill of rights" over Kelly's veto.

Kansas sports physicals will ask sex at birth after lawmakers restrict trans athletes

Kansas students who participate in high school and middle school sports will be asked their sex at birth at pre-season physicals, after the Republican-controlled Legislature banned transgender athletes from competing in girls' sports. The Kansas State High School Activities Association, which governs school sports, approved a policy Wednesday to implement the ban, which lawmakers forced into law over Democratic Gov.

Probably a bit more importantly with better reporting because people don't accept ambiguity when it comes to money . . .

Kansas Senate falls short in attempt to override governor's veto of flat tax proposal - Kansas Reflector

TOPEKA - Senators failed to override Gov. Laura Kelly's veto of a flat tax proposal that primarily benefits the state's wealthiest residents. The final tally during the Wednesday override attempt was 26-14, one vote short of the threshold needed to overrule Kelly's veto. Some lawmakers expressed concern about the bill's fiscal effects.

Developing . . .