Kate McKinnon Takes on Florida's  Don't Say Gay Bill During Weekend Update

This weekend's Weekend Update was hosted by Colin Jost and Michael Che. The HBO series Euphoria and the ongoing crisis in Eastern Europe were discussed.

Another one of these contentious subjects was the Parental Rights in Education bill most commonly known (especially by dissidents) as the 'Don't Say Gay' bill.

McKinnon was greeted at the Update desk by enthusiastic shouts and clapping from the live crowd. McKinnon swiftly leaps to the issue, stating she thinks the law is fantastic.

Jost is surprised, knowing the actress is gay. McKinnon is unaware of the bill's actual substance and acts as if its unofficial title were literal.

McKinnon, who was bullied for being homosexual in middle school in the 1990s, is not alone. McKinnon happily supports the legislation as she understands it, even adding, in Florida of all places.

The 'Don't Say Gay' law isn't intended to stop bullying in schools. This rule restricts instructors' capacity to conduct healthy and instructional interactions with their pupils about LGBTQ+ issues.

This weekend's Weekend Update was hosted by Colin Jost and Michael Che. The HBO series Euphoria and the ongoing crisis in Eastern Europe were discussed.

The bill also gives parents the right to sue schools that permit any kind of gender identity and sexual orientation discussions

By giving McKinnon the reality, Jost break her joyful fantasy. This may effect what you have to say, therefore I'm sorry," Jost finishes.