This bill clarifies that the policy may not be construed or interpreted to infringe upon the First Amendment rights of students and may not prohibit their expression of religious, philosophical, or political views as long as such expression does not include a threat of physical harm to a student or of damage to a student's property.
Under present law, "harassment, intimidation or bullying" means any act that substantially interferes with a student's educational benefits, opportunities or performance, that takes place on school grounds, at any school-sponsored activity, on school-provided transportation or at any official school bus stop, and that has the effect of:
(1) Physically harming a student or damaging a student's property;
(2) Knowingly placing a student in reasonable fear of physical harm to the student or damage to the student's property; or
(3) Creating a hostile educational environment.
this bill specifies that "creating a hostile educational environment" would not include discomfort and unpleasantness that can accompany the expression of a viewpoint or belief that is unpopular, not shared by other students, or not shared by teachers or school officials.
Full article (opinionated) (I'm not posting a quote from this because it contains a few words that aren't allowed on JN, they aren't very bad but keep in mind that they're there)
The above article basically states that people who like people of their same gender will have even more bullying problems if this bill is passed, because people are against same-gender relationships due to religion.
There's a petition against this here.
I know that people have different opinions about things, but I don't think you should be allowed to make anyone feel uncomfortable at school. It's fine to have different view from people, but harassing them about it is definitely not ok. I guess I understand how they're trying to respect freedom of speech with this, but bullying is very serious and even without threats or violence it can be extremely harming.