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KY SB336

CIVIL RIGHTSINTRODUCED

AN ACT relating to sex-based classifications.

Create new sections of KRS Chapter 61 to define "boy," "equal," "female," "girl," "male," "man," "sex," and "woman"; prohibit any state or local law, regulation, ordinance, or policy from treating males or females unfairly from similiarly situated members of the opposite sex, but permit separation of the sexes if in the interest of maintaining safety, privacy, and fairness; provide a non-exhaustive list of examples of areas in which public entities may distinguish between the sexes; require any public school, public school district, state agency, department, local government, special district or any political subdivision of those entities that collects vital statistics to identify each person as either male or female; provide that the Act may be cited as the Kentucky Women's Bill of Rights.

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The Kentucky Women's Bill of Rights applies wherever Kentucky law or policy classifies people on the basis of sex or otherwise defines people as being male or female, men or women, or boys or girls

(3) "Female," [...] means an individual who: (a) Has, had, or will have through the course of normal development; or (b) Would have but for a developmental anomaly, genetic anomaly, or accident; the reproductive system that at some point produces ova; (4) "Girl" means a human female who is a legal minor under Kentucky law;

"Male," [...] means an individual who: (a) Has, had, or will have through the course of normal development; or (b) Would have but for a developmental anomaly, genetic anomaly, or accident; the reproductive system that at some point produces sperm; (6) "Man" means an adult human of the male sex;

(b) There are only two (2) sexes, and every individual is either male or female. Individuals with differences in sex development, or DSD, sometimes referred to as intersex conditions, are not a third sex.

Legislative Session

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2024 Regular Session

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History

DateAction
2024-03-01to Veterans, Military Affairs, & Public Protection (S)
2024-02-28to Committee on Committees (S)
2024-02-28introduced in Senate