With regard to public schools and sexuality, this is the worst of times. It is an age of incomprehensible and destructive foolishness. It is a season of darkness into which America has been plunged by sexual anarchists like Maia Kobabe whose creepy adult comic book graphic memoir continues to divide communities.
Posted in Education, Sexuality
Tagged Abigail Shrier, Brad Paulsen, Brian Wiewiaro, Charles Kyle, Chris Crabtree, Community United School District 200, Craig Lawrence, CUSD 200, David Long, detransitioning, Erica Valenti, Gender Queer, Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters, John Disanza, John Ferguson, Kristin Diaz, Laine Pehta, Maia Kobabe, Matt Biscan, Melissa Murphy, Rob Hanlon, Susan Booton, Traci Burnham
The Facebook Overlords have finally released me from yet another 30-day prison sentence for expressing views “progressives” don’t like. You know who I’m talking about. “Progressives” are those freedom-loving tyrants who proclaim from their high horses how deeply they honor all voices and value diversity; how tolerant, unbiased, and respectful they are; how open-minded they are; and how much they loathe oppression and “othering” as they oppress and “other” conservatives.
“Progressives” are the moral midgets who are destroying America while self-identifying as the world’s saviors. They are transaviors. They enslave and call it liberation. They hate and call it love. …
Someone I know from California told me recently that he has decided to pull his child out of public school and enroll him instead into a private, Christian school.
Why? Because during some of the Zoom instruction during the coronavirus pandemic, this concerned parent discovered some of the lessons they were trying to foist on his child. In this case, it was the anti-American historical revisionism that disgusted this parent.
Posted in Education
Tagged Abigail Shrier, Art Moore, Attorney General, Critical Race Theory, crt, educrats, Gary Bauer, historical revisionism, Joe Biden, LGBTQ Agenda, Merrick Garland, Michael Cordona, Parents, school boards, schools, teachers' unions, Terry McAuliffe, transgender
How many times have conservatives heard “progressives” claim that the controversial, obscene material they want taught to children is “age-appropriate”?
Government school teachers who are paid by the public want absolute autonomy and absolute anonymity, and that is why we now have adults introducing obscene material to other people’s children.
Posted in Education, Pornography
Tagged Abigail Shrier, ALA, American Library Association, Banned Books Week, Collection Development Policies, Denise Shick, Gender Queer, Irreparable Damage by Wall Street Journal, I’m Glad God Made Me a Girl, Maia Kobabe, Office for Intellectual Freedom, Ryan T. Anderson, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, When Harry Became Sally
This week is Banned Books Week, a week that the American Library Association claims “brings together the entire book community — librarians, booksellers, publishers, journalists, teachers, and readers of all types — in shared support of the freedom to seek and to express ideas, even those some consider unorthodox or unpopular.” However, in a year that saw major corporations engaging in viewpoint discrimination, two books that faced bans this year for daring to question the transgender agenda, When Harry Became Sally by Ryan T. Anderson and Irreversible Damage by Abigail Shrier, were notably absent from this year’s “Challenged book list.”
Stop reading for a moment. Get some popcorn and then sit back and enjoy two rousing videos of heroes pointing their sharpened spear tips right at the rhythmically contracting cardiac tissue of two government re-education camps (so much better to spear the pulsating cardiac organ of leftist schools than that of humans in their mothers’ wombs).
As the social media giants continue to crack down on those who violate their trans-activist talking points (see here and here), another perspective has been raised from an unexpected source. I’m talking about a powerful, deeply moving article posted in Newsweek and titled, “We Need Balance When It Comes To Gender Dysphoric Kids. I Would Know.”
Posted in Media Watch, Sexuality
Tagged Abigail Shrier, Amazon, Gender Dyphoria, Laura Perry, Newgent, Newsweek, Scott Newgent, SexChangeRegret, The Economist, The Sunday Times, The Times, Trans ideology, transgender, Tyra Banks, Walt Heyer
One of the more grotesque demonstrations of leftist non-sense and hypocrisy was demonstrated a week ago following an episode of the wildly popular Disney show The Mandalorian when “Baby Yoda” eats the unfertilized eggs of a Frog Woman who is transporting her eggs to her husband so he can fertilize them thereby preventing their species’ imminent extinction. Fans of Baby Yoda freaked out, incensed at the lighthearted treatment of what they deemed genocide by the beloved Baby Yoda.
The moral incoherence and hypocrisy should be obvious. In the Upside Down where leftists live, when a human mother hires someone to …
Posted in Media Watch, Sanctity of Life, Sexuality
Tagged 2020 election, Abigail Shrier, Andrew Cuomo, Baby Yoda, Bernie Sanders, Brian Schatz, Chinese Communist Party, Chris Cuomo, Christine Whitmer, CNN, Cory Booker, COVID–19, Downs Syndrome, Edward Markey, Election 2020, Electoral College, Elizabeth Warren, Free Speech, Gavin Newsom, Harry Potter, Irreversible Damage, J.K. Rowling, Jeff Merkley, John Lewis, Kamala Harris, Kirsten Gillibrand, lock-downs, Lori Lightfoot, Maria Cantwell, Michael Bennet, Nancy Pelosi, Patty Murray, Sherrod Brown, Tammy Baldwin, Tammy Duckworth, The Mandalorian. Ron Wyden. Richard Blumenthal, U.S. Supreme Court, Wall Street Journal
What is it that makes the very existence of ex-gays so dangerous? And why is there a concerted, worldwide effort to block professional counseling for those with unwanted same-sex attractions?
Before you think I’m exaggerating, consider these following examples.
Posted in Sexuality
Tagged Abigail Shrier, Amazon, Barclays Bank, Core Issues Trust, Dr. Joseph Nicolosi, ex-gay, Facebook, Regnery Books, Restored Hope Network, Stephanie Otway, United Nations Human Rights, Victor Madrigal-Borloz