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BOO! Jelly Belly Chairman Supports Petition Against Trans Students Rights!

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He ain't down! And we're SO disappointed in him!

Jelly Belly Chairman Herman Rowland Sr. wants to put a stop to the School Success and Opportunity Act which was a landmark California bill that gave transgender students from grades K-12 the right to choose programs and bathroom facilities based on their gender identity.

However this yellow belly Jelly Belly chairman donated a whopping $5,000 to the Privacy Of All Students campaign which wants to gather enough signatures to shoot that passed bill down!

One of the worst parts of this campaign is that it's run by the man behind the Prop 8 curtain — Frank Schubert. Frank Schubert is also the political director for the National Organization for Marriage which fights against the legalization of same-sex marriage.

Thankfully the National Center For Lesbian Rights is on the case! They've started their own petition to get the word out on where your jelly belly money is really going.

And as long as the Privacy Of All Students campaign doesn't get 505,000 signatures by Wednesday, November 6 - transgender students in California will keep their much deserved rights!

Other candies may be bad for your teeth, but Jelly Belly candies bad for teeth AND rights!

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10 comments to “BOO! Jelly Belly Chairman Supports Petition Against Trans Students Rights!”



  1. 1

    Right, so girls should have their privacy violated because some fucked up loser thinks they are a girl with a dick, this bill also lets boys into girls changing rooms and showers and since it's the law any boy can say they think they are a girl and the schools can't do a thing about it.

  2. Kate says – reply to this


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    Re: anemov – Well said!

  3. sarah says – reply to this


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    I am really sick of people like Perez shaming people for what they believe in when it is not what he believes in! I am very pro-gay rights but I find it insane that people are now making it almost a crime to have a different opinion! The whole foundation and point of America is that it is a place where EVERYONE has the right to believe what they do without being attacked for it. No I do not support people that are hurful in their comments and state their opinion as facts in a harassing manner like I feel Rick Santorum did. But simply saying, no I believe being gay isn't natural and i don't agree with it should not give people the right to call them bad people, or attack them.

    Recently many CEO's of companies have been under attack from people like Perez for their personal beliefs and thinking it is somehow ok to tie a person and their personal beliefs to the company they work for as if they are one and the same. As long as a person working at a company is not using company funds or resources to support anti-gay legislation than it is not right to tie their personal beliefs to the company. It is just so wrong and so anti-american to try to get people to boycott a company simply because an employee's personal beliefs do not match your own.

    SO Perez, stop YOUR personal agenda against others, your just as bad as the people doing it to you and it is not the right thing to do. Everyone has the right to their opinion and beliefs and that includes you.

  4. karen says – reply to this


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    I'm for almost all the issues involved in LGBT rights. Marriage equality, housing and employment protection, gender reassignment surgery, I'm not bothered. But this one, I'm against. I feel like their personal rights are infringing on my personal rights. I feel the same way about coed dorms & bathrooms.



  5. 5

    So basically, any boy who wants to could of into the girl's locker room and showers to take a look around if they just claim they're a woman trapped in a man's body? There's certainly no way that could be taken advantage of.

  6. carnage says – reply to this


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    If humans were truly civilized.. restrooms would be co-ed. There is no scientific reason why civilized men and women cant share the same public toilets other than the fact that some men are barbarians. There shouldnt be a MENS bathroom or LADIES bathroom. We should all be standing in line for the same toilets. If humans were truly civilized… there is NO reason we couldnt handle that scenario. I wouldnt be embarrassed if I took a giant wet unwipeable stinky shit and then left the stall to see a beautiful amazonian goddess standing there waiting politely. But then again, i'm stronger than most people. I dont embarrass easily. If I could design society from scratch, we'd all be using coed restrooms. And women would be expected to lift the seat up for men. Nothing wrong with men getting a bit of toilet chivalry.



  7. 7

    Well he has a good point. My personal opinion for what it is worth, is that people should have to be 18 or 21 before deciding on transgender surgery.
    And to the last poster there is no way I want same sex bathrooms, it was bad enough when I had to stay in a place in Germany for one night that had shared bathrooms.



  8. 8

    I am entirely for lgbt rights but…I'm not sure about this one and I think the other side might have a good point. These are kids we're talking about and while I know some children do identify as the opposite sex, you do have to worry about the other kids involved, especially in those early teen years when sexuality is just being really discovered. It just seems…like a really tricky situation that's asking for trouble. Maybe a better option would be to just introduce some entirely private bathrooms for anyone to use, so if a boy who identifies as female really doesn't want to use the male washroom, they have that choice instead?

  9. danigem says – reply to this


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    I do not understand the importance of everyone knowing your sexual preference. The freedom to choose is yours, but people have the right to not be bombarded with everyone and anyone throwing it in their faces. Enjoy life and live it as you choose. As homosexuals cannot be something they are not, so goes it with heterosexuals. This great country does not need a blow by blow of who you love and why. It is your personal business - not the world's.

  10. A says – reply to this


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    anemov-you are right again.It is disgusting.