Peter Sprigg, spokesman for the Christian conservative Family Research Council (FRC), on Tuesday criticized passage of a transgender student bill in California.

The law, signed on Monday by Governor Jerry Brown, allows a transgender K-12 student access to school facilities such as locker rooms, bathrooms and teams based on his or her gender identity.

Appearing on Fox News' America's Newsroom, Sprigg asserted that the law would ignore “biological reality” while pandering to student “transient feelings and emotions.”

“You're talking about a bill that sets biological sex which is expressed in our internal sex organs, our external genitalia and the chromosomal makeup of every cell of our body against transient feelings and emotions of young people, of adolescents in this case, and saying, 'Oh, we're going to ignore the biological reality and define a person on the basis of these transient emotions.' I think it makes no sense even apart from the radical implications of it for use of bathrooms, locker rooms and sports teams,” Sprigg told host Martha MacCallum.

Fox News made no mention that FRC was labeled a “hate group” by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) in 2010.

(Realted: FRC's Peter Sprigg says his group debates, doesn't hate gay folks.)