Sexuality no longer a private matter in California

The relentless advocates of identity politics don't care about antique notions like privacy in their campaign to make everything subject to quota.  Three weeks ago, Lee DeCovnick wrote about the State of California requiring all judges to make a declaration of their sexuality. He asked: Now that the beastly camel has poked its nose into the tent, can we expect a question on sexual orientation as part of the admissions process for colleges and universities?  Just how soon until sexual orientation becomes a factor in receiving preferential treatment in hiring for state jobs, bidding on state contracts, and granting professional licensees from state boards?  Lee has proven prescient. CBS Los Angeles reports:  The next influx of UC students may be asked to state their sexual orientation. In January, the Academic Senate recommended that upon accepting admission offers from a University of California school students should have the option of identifying themselves as...(Read Full Post)