He is openly gay.
He has been an activist for MSM (men who have sex with men) causes.
He appeared on MSNBC to discuss ending the ban on blood donations from men who have sex with other men.
On his Twitter feed, anyone can see his adoration of Harvey Milk, the first openly gay (and pedophile) politicians, who sat on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
He is an outstanding member of the LBGT (missing any letters?) caucus.
He has recently submitted legislation that would bar state travel to states which have passed laws to affirm genetics, biology, and basic social norms.
One has to ask: how many other states are hurting for business with California?
California's businesses are fleeing to those states!
At any rate ...
He is so committed to the LBGT cause, that when SB 1146 appeared before the State Assembly's Higher Education Committee, he abstained on it.
At that time, SB 1146 had every component in it, including the strict restrictions on Title IX exemptions, lawsuit remedies, as well as the mandatory reporting and publishing reuirements.
But Low wouldn't vpte for the legislation, since it did not go far enough to protect LGBT rights."
And yet ... on the state assembly floor, he spoke in favor of SB 1146.
Assembly member Evan Low, the Ass't Majority Whip (and an "out" homosexual) reminded the members that "the [Christian] universities have removed their opposition" and now support it! No one was willing to speak in opposition to it. Still, it failed to pass on the first vote.
He was against it because it wasn't left-wing enough, and now he's for it?
Talk about hypocrisy!
What gives? Why did he cave on his principles? Did State Senator Ricardo Lara twist his arms?
Did he want to save face on a bill which was already losing key components of its language?
Perhaps we need to recognize that Low is not really about principle.
Like a lot of politicians, even the "LGBT" ones, they just want to be liked, and they will blow with the wind.
Of course, what would we expect from someone who compares the free market to ice cream and lactose intolerance.