I am not sure what this bill actually hopes to accomplish, but I can say this. When I was eight I was one of the first girls allowed to play baseball on a boy's team in the State of Oklahoma -- that season there were two of us. I looked like a girl with hair down to my backside, the other girl was more of a tomboy. I kept my hair up under my hat until my first time at bat, after we stuck the ball we dropped the bat and headed for first base, as we neared first base we removed our batting helmet and tossed it toward the first base coach. All my hair would come tumbling out and the boys were all stunned, with cries of "It's a girl." It was always good for an extra base or two, lol.
From that year forward, however, I played on a girl's softball team.
My niece did wrestling and was very good, she started when she little like six or so. She wanted to continue to wrestle and her mom felt like there was nothing wrong with it, but by the time she was twelve or so, she won every match because of forfeits because no one wanted to wrestle with her, because she was definitely a girl.
Two of my friends daughters both were kickers on the football teams, but their dad was a pro football player and a kicker.
Two of my girls wanted to go out for football and I said no with some arguing, but I stayed firm. Too much physical contact for their ages. But, another girl played for a year or so, very tomboyish.
The point is if no one reacts to it, it generally peters out on its own and sorts itself out.
There are two bills and they are about gay rights. This doesn't have to do with a girl playing on a boy's team or visa versa, this is about a girl deciding she is a boy or a boy deciding he is a girl and being able to participate in that capacity. This isn't going to peter out on it's own if these bills are put into law and they set a precedent for the other states. I was listening to some teachers talking about them and they will have far reaching affects. I am assuming you or the other little girls you were talking about didn't insist on using the boys locker room or restrooms?