Kamala Harris slams Florida’s Don’t Say Gay law in powerful interview: ‘Outrageous’
Here are the main points of Kamala Harris's interview about Florida's Don't Say Gay law: 1. – The law is outrageous and harmful.
2. It silences LGBTQ+ youth and prevents them from learning about themselves and their communities.
3. It is an attack on LGBTQ+ youth.4. It is a clear example of how discrimination and hatred can manifest in government policy.
5. It is important to speak out against this law and to support LGBTQ+ youth who are being targeted by it.
6. We must all work together to create a world where all children, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity, are safe and accepted.
Here are some additional points that Harris made in the interview:
– The law is based on the false premise that LGBTQ+ people are somehow dangerous or harmful to children.
– The law is a form of censorship that will prevent LGBTQ+ youth from getting the support they need.
– The law is a step backward for LGBTQ+ rights in the United States.
Harris's interview was a powerful and important condemnation of Florida's Don't Say Gay law. She spoke out forcefully against the law and called for it to be repealed. Her words were a much-needed voice for LGBTQ+ youth in Florida and across the country.