New California Law Requires Doctors To Undergo LGBT Re-education

As if there weren’t enough problems in California thanks to Obamacare, what with doctors retiring early, moving to other states, refusing to participate in the Ocare exchange, refusing to take new Medicare/Medicaid patients, the California government seems determined to drive doctors out

(Breitbart) Gov. Jerry Brown just signed a law requiring that California health care providers be trained to better understand the specific health needs of the LGBT community.

The law is meant to target inequities in medical treatment for LGBT patients who, according to the San Francisco Examiner, suffer from a lack of provider understanding of gay and transgendered health issues.

Assemblyman Richard Gordon, D-Menlo Park, who authored the original bill AB 496, contends that LGBT patients have a variety of negative experiences with doctors and other healthcare professionals.

Lesbian couples complain that they have difficulty finding OB-GYN doctors willing to counsel them with in vitro fertilization options. Gordon adds that gays and lesbians criticize hospital staff for not treating them with respect while visiting their hospitalized life partners.

Sensitivity training is just another word for “thought control”. The LGBT community constantly tells us that they are just like everyone else. If that’s the case, why do they need extra stuff?

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6 Responses to “New California Law Requires Doctors To Undergo LGBT Re-education”

  1. Jeffery says:

    I agree. States have no right to license physicians. These unnecessary communistic regulations requiring physicians to understand pharmacology, pathology, psychology, pediatrics and anatomy are job-killing leftist control measures. Let the market decide! If enough patients die, eventually people will stop going to that doctor and he/she will go broke and will have to find a new occupation. Perhaps he could become a conservablogger, where knowledge appears to disqualify one.

    I do question your premise that gay people insisting on being treated fairly qualifies as “extra stuff”.

  2. Jl says:

    Yes, next up for the thought police will be a timer in the doctor’s office making sure the people who tell us they’re the same receive the same care. Then, if governor Moombeam stays in office, each visit will be videotaped and shown to a panel of Democrats that no matter what will find evidence of discrimination.

  3. Yummy, thanks 🙂

    And as far as those of the bitter folks, I would keep an open heart next time because
    it only affects you in the long run!

  4. david7134 says:

    If you can’t see what is wrong with this bill and how it effects many aspects of society, then I would say you are the sick one, son.

  5. Jeffery says:

    “… the new health care law extends to LGBT patients accommodations that already existed for members of racial and ethnic minority groups…”


    Should a Muslim physician be able to refuse treatment to a gay person based on Islamic bigotry?

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