• Family Institute Asking People To Sign "No Tampons In 8-Year-Old Boys' Bathrooms" Petition

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    Connecticut has made national news by punishing a young man who vandalized a tampon dispenser in the boys' bathroom at Brookfield High School . . . 20 minutes after it was installed.  

    At issue is an absurd provision (originally HB-5272 from 2022) tucked into a budget implementation law (below) which appears to mandate tampons to be placed in the bathrooms for boys as young as 8 across the state before September 2024!  As you may know, Connecticut has a crisis of mental health among the young.  These 8-year-old boys are the same children who were forced to wear masks for a year as they entered pre-k and kindergarten.  What more can we do to trouble their mental health? Let's expose them to confusing gender ideology - even in the bathroom - suggests our legislators and eagerly pushed by administrative agencies.  We've said this before, but do we also have to break down every barrier to modesty between the sexes?  Are women allowed nothing private anymore - such as the mechanisms behind their periods or how they are dealt with.  This used to be a great source of confidence and relationship building among girls and young women, but no more.  It all has to be deconstructed for the sake of "gender equity".  

    In 2022, House Bill 5272 received a public hearing and was voted "out" of the Public Health Committee.  Disguised as a bill to prevent "period poverty" the bill also included "gender equity". See how your legislator on the Committee voted here.  See a summary of the testimony during the public hearing, here, including Planned Parenthood, naturally.  The Act was amended in 2023, extending the deadline for implementation till 2024.

    Shame on the leadership and activists who inserted this provision into the budget and on the legislators who voted for the original bill.  Not all legislators did. Click here to read a statement by legislators from Wolcott.

    See Section 84 of the "implementation" Act.  These are regularly used to avoid the proper voting process for stinker bills.


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    Family Institute of Connecticut

    The Family Institute of Connecticut (FIC) is composed of three distinct organizations. FIC Action is an 501(c)(4) social welfare organization which undertakes lobbying in defense of marriage and the family. FIC Action Committee is a registered state political action committee that was created in 2004 to help support pro-family candidates to CT state government. Family Institute of Connecticut is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit educational organization founded in 1989 to focus on marriage strengthening projects, educational efforts, and research.

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