Each legislative session year, True Texas Project Board adopts legislative priorities for the year, based on our core principles of Constitutional government, national sovereignty, fiscal responsibility, personal responsibility, and rule of law. One of the Legislative Priorities adopted for the 88th Session is:
Support legislation that stops the sexualization of children and prohibits the practice of gender modification for minors.
- Declare chemical castration, puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones and genital mutilation surgery on all minor children as child abuse; utilize fines and license revocation for medical practitioners and insurance companies
- Ensure that minor children are prohibited from attending sexually explicit entertainment events, including Drag Queen events.
- Keep sexually explicit and graphic materials out of the school libraries
CORE BELIEF: PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY, RULE OF LAW
In support of that effort, TTP is asking our friends to sign on to a letter to Governor Abbott requesting that he make the issue of eliminating pervasively sexual materials in school libraries an emergency item for the 88th Legislature, thus allowing action on any bills filed for that issue to proceed immediately. The letter comes from Activist Bonnie Wallace, of Llano TX.
Read the letter below. If you agree that that the Governor should declare this an emergency issue for the 88th Legislative Session, please email Bonnie Wallace at [email protected] to add your name to the list. Please include the county in which you live and ask that your name be added to the letter. The deadline to sign on is Thursday Jan. 5, at 2:00 pm. The letter will be delivered to Governor Abbott and his staff and advisors on Friday, Jan. 6.
We are so grateful that Texas has remained red and even increased in conservative
representation over the last two years.
Since the Texas Legislature last convened, much has come to light regarding the sexualization of
Texas children. This includes the alarming discovery of pornographic, pervasively vulgar and
other sexually explicit materials in our taxpayer–funded public school and community libraries.
Each signer of this letter is currently involved in fighting to eliminate this filth in our
communities. We are organizing and coordinating efforts to protect the children within our
particular school district, city, or county, but we need statewide reinforcements.
Legislative solutions that eliminate this material in every library in Texas are needed.
Ultimately the responsibility will fall on the legislature. But if you designate this issue as an
Emergency Item, it then has the ability to move more quickly through the process.
The clock is ticking and every day matters.
We are writing to you to ask that you designate legislation to stop the sexualization of Texas
children, including ridding our schools of pornographic, sexually explicit and pervasively vulgar
materials as an Emergency Item of the Governor’s office so the legislature can immediately get
to work to protect Texas children.
True Texas Project will be actively working during the 88th Legislative Session to support legislation that achieves the goals of our legislative priorities and oppose legislation that does not. If you would like more information on how to help legislative efforts, please contact Fran Rhodes, President at [email protected], or visit our website at www.truetexasproject.com. For a full list of 2023 Legislative Priorities, see the Sept. 2022 article on 88th Legislative Session.