Senate Bill # 1728
A Bill For An Act Entitled:
Gender Advancement for Youth Protection from Unilateral Sexual Harassment
(Caitlyn Jenner Act)
In the Senate
July 21, 2015
Advocated to Senators Tammy Baldwin (D) and Lindsey Graham (R) introduce the following bill which is referred to Committee.
Making certain language offensive and illegal in all states, federal lands, territories, military installations (domestic or foreign), all government buildings wherein is conducted any form of public or private business, or other locations broadly construed to under the general or specific jurisdiction of the United States of America; herein specifically designated as the Gender Advancement for Youth Protection from Unilateral Sexual Harassment Act of 201, and hereinafter referred to as the Caitlyn Jenner Act.
Resolved by the U.S. Senate of the United States of America, that the following Bill is proposed as federal law under the jurisdiction of the Untied States of America, enforceable by Executive action.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, that:”
Section 1: The following terms shall have the general or technical meaning as described
Gender choice; any self-identified sexual or social orientation which a person uses to describe themselves in the comfort and safety of their personal or public locale.
Offensive; any word, written or oral, which any person deems to make them feel insecure emotionally, intellectually, spiritually, physically, or otherwise.
Gender specific; any reference, written or oral, used to distinguish one person from another as to sexual or social orientation to whether resulting from birth or not.
Examples of specific words or phrases, variants thereof, or by interpretation by any person offended by its usage prohibited under this bill; balls, man-up, grow a set, etc.
Section 2: This bill will prevent direct and inadvertent language, common in use within the United States of America broad community from being used around any person or persons that may become offended thereby. This bill will levy fines for the first violation hereof and/or additional fines, at the discretion of the courts in conjunction with mandatory periods of incarceration following a second violation hereof. This will sets forth mandatory periods of incarceration in a federal penitentiary, no less than five hundred (500) miles from where such violation occurred.
Section 3: The Gender Advancement for Youth Protection from Unilateral Sexual Harassment Act of 2015, or Caitlyn Jenner Act, shall be of full force and effect in all fifty states of the United States of America, all federal lands, territories, military installations (domestic or foreign), all government buildings wherein is conducted any form of public or private business, or other locations broadly construed to under the general or specific jurisdiction of the United States of America, or any state consisting thereof.
Section 4: The Gender Advancement for Youth Protection from Unilateral Sexual Harassment Act of 2015, or Caitlyn Jenner Act shall be funded annually, as a first priority of the executive branch budget, or by a special tax on all institutions designated as religious in nature in an amount not to exceed twenty-five percent (25%) of the average of said religious organizations previous three (3) years revenue from any sources. Such organization without a three (3) year history of operation shall be eligible, at the sole discretion of the President of the United States, or designee, to contribute no less than thirty-three percent (33%) of monthly revenues for the enforce of this act.
Administration of this act shall fall under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of Health and Human Services, who shall have full authority to call upon the Internal Revenue Service of the United States of America to apply immediate confiscatory power over religious organizations to meet their funding obligation. Further, the Secretary of Health and Human Services shall have immediate authority to require all law enforcement agencies of any federal, state, county, or other local jurisdiction to administer this act in the sole discretion of the Secretary to any extent essential to preserve the dignity of non-offense to all persons aggrieved under this Act.
Section 5: Penalties for violation of this act shall be mandatory for all courts, federal, state or local, as follows:
First violation: Ten thousand dollars ($10,000) for each incidence of use of offensive language.
Second violation: Two year confinement in a federal penitentiary, located in a locale no less than 500 mile from where the first violation occurred. It shall be at the discretion of the court to impose a fine of no less than fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) per violation.
Third violation: Imprisonment of no less than seven (7) year, nor, more than twelve (12) years in a federal penitentiary, located in a locale no less than 500 mile from where the first violation occurred, three of which years must be in solitary confinement.
Subsequent violations shall be at the discretion of the court, but shall be no less than twice the full sentence of the third violation.
All criminal sentences for violations of this act shall be construed to be punitive of violent criminal acts of the first degree and not subject to probation, parole or other forms of early release from incarceration.
Section 6: This act shall take effect on October 11, 2015.