To be clear from the outset of this article, when I refer to the evil of “trans”-cultism, I am referring to its beliefs and practices—not to people suffering from gender dysphoria or confused by the cultural lies they encounter daily.
Everyone is harmed by “trans”-cultic beliefs and practices—girls, women, boys, and men. Those in bondage to the cult and those outside of the cult are harmed. Adults in bondage to confusion and sexual fetishes are eradicating all sex-segregated private spaces; undermining First Amendment protections of assembly, speech, and religious free exercise; corrupting every cultural institution, including education, medicine, religion, sports, …
Posted in Sexuality
Tagged Arcus Foundation, Arthur Caplan, Body Integrity Identity Disorder, gender confirmation, gender identity, Giancarlo McEvenue, Gill Foundation, GoFundMe, Human Rights Campaign, Jennifer Pritzker, Jon Stryker, Sex reassignment surgery, Tawani Foundation, Tim Gill
The radical “Equality” Act—the pet project of sex-eradicationists (also known as “trans”-cultists)—is now in the U.S. Senate. The act would force the federal government to treat the nonsensical notion that spirit humans can be “trapped” in the wrong material bodies as if those disordered feelings constitute a reality equivalent to biological sex and one about which no one may make judgments. In other words, the Equality Act would enshrine in federal law a Gnostic superstition.
Posted in Religious Liberty, Sexuality
Tagged Bathroom privacy, Body Integrity Identity Disorder, cisboys, cisgender, Civil Rights Act of 1964, Civil Rights of 1964, co-ed restrooms, Equality Act, Eric Vilain, gender identity, Loretta Lynch, Michael Bailey, Transgender Ideology
How far gone is Illinois? And by “gone,” I mean arrogantly and divisively leftist.
Well, despite statewide and even nationwide condemnation of the proposed “Culturally Responsive Teaching and Leading Standards,” the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules (JCAR) failed to stop the controversial standards.
In a vote delayed by one day, JCAR voted 6-5 along partisan lines to, in effect, approve these standards, which will infuse the assumptions of Critical Race Theory/ identity politics/BLM into 1. all teacher-training programs, 2. all Professional Education Licensing (PEL), and 3. indirectly into all public school classrooms.
Not even yesterday’s plea from the left-leaning Chicago …
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Tagged Black Lives Matter, Chicago Tribune, Critical Race Theory, Culturally Responsive Teaching and Leading Standards, gender identity, homophobia, Ibram X. Kendi, Illinois State Board of Education, JCAR, racism, Robin DiAngelo, sexism, sexual orientation, Ta-Nehesi Coates, unearned privilege
One of the most effective ways that Marxists advance their agenda is to change how we talk about things. When clever rewordings replace the truth, it’s easier to fool people. For example, the Washington Post this past week said a transgender plaintiff “was designated female at birth, but identifies as male.”
In the blink of an eye, a biological fact – that someone was born a girl – is brushed aside and replaced with a term that implies that male or female sex is assigned, not a natural phenomenon.
Posted in Marriage/Family/Culture, Media Watch, Sexuality
Tagged Arthur Ashe, Barack Obama, Bathroom Wars, Black Lives Matter, Civil Right Act of 1964, Cultural Marxism, Donald Trump, Frederick Douglass, Gavin Grimm, gender identity, Karl Marx, Neil Gorsuch, sexual orientation, transgenderism, Washington Post
Despite a lack of evidence proving the safety and efficacy of chemical and surgical interventions and social “transitioning” for those who experience gender dysphoria, “progressives” plow forward mutilating the healthy bodies and manipulating the psychology of children who feel they are or wish they were the sex they are not.
The science-denying, incoherent “trans” ideology affects all of society. The end game for “trans” activists and others in cultic thrall to this superstition is not access for a few boys and girls or men and women to opposite-sex private spaces and sports. The end game is the eradication of all …
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Tagged American College of Pediatricians, Body Integrity Identity Disorder, Catholic Medical Association, Christian Medical and Dental Association, depression; anxiety; body dysmorphia, detransitioning, Disability & Society, Eric Vilain, Frances Jensen, Gender Dyphoria, gender identity, Heather Brunskell-Evans, J. Michael Bailey, Jazz Jennings, Kenneth Zucker, Lisa Littman, Lisa Simons, mastectomy, Michele Moore, orchiectomy, puberty-suppressing drugs, rapid-onset gender dysphoria, Raymond Blanchard, Sheila Jeffreys, Stephanie Davies-Arias, The Teenage Brain, Trans ideology, Transcultism, transgenderism, vaginoplasty, World Health Organization
A hundred major corporations, ranging from Target to American Airlines to Best Buy, have signed on to an LGBTQ activist coalition supporting the “Equality Act,” which would federalize homosexuality and transgenderism as “civil rights” categories in the law.
Last time we introduced transgenderism, the next letter on the LGB…T march into the new world. There is way too much to cover in just one more post but I’ll do my best. If you’re like me, you’re pretty tired of this topic after the past couple of years.
We left off with the first paragraph from the transgender Wikipedia page — here are the third and fourth paragraphs:
The degree to which individuals feel genuine, authentic, and comfortable within their external appearance and accept their genuine identity has been called transgender congruence. Many transgender people experience gender dysphoria
By the fall of 2017, kindergartners in Washington State will be taught to "understand the range of gender roles, identity, and expression across cultures."1 For those unclear about what precisely will be taught, the kindergarten curriculum developers provide a helpful glossary that includes a definition of "gender":
Posted in Education, Sexuality
Tagged Barack Obama, Chicago Public Schools, Civil Rights Act of 1964, Gender Confusion, gender expression, gender identity, gender roles, LGBTQIA, LGBTQQAP, Loretta Lynch, Office for Civil Rights, Racial Segregation, Sex Segregation, Title IX, Title VII, Washington State
The kind of draconian restrictions of speech and religious rights that corrupt Canadian governance are arriving bit by corroded bit on America’s church steps sooner than many expected and in, of all places, Iowa. Make no mistake though, this is coming to every state.
Iowa, like many other states, has a law banning discrimination based on, among other conditions, “sexual orientation” and “gender identity,” in places of public accommodation. To be clear, the rhetorical contrivance “sexual orientation” really means “subjective homoerotic attraction and volitional homoerotic acts,”* and the rhetorical contrivance “gender identity” really means “the subjective desire to be …
Is it true that the push for “transgender rights” is simply a compassionate effort to protect a tiny, vulnerable portion of society? Is it an innocent, well-meaning effort that will not adversely affect other Americans? The answer to these questions is decidedly No. While we should be compassionate to those who struggle with gender identity issues, we should beware of the push for “transgender rights.”
To be sure, we already have reason to be concerned about the normalizing of transgender identity in our society, from the almost satirical choice of Bruce Jenner to be Glamor magazine’s Woman of the …
There are numerous problems affecting public education, problems so serious that many families are choosing either to homeschool their children or send them to private schools—options which very few families are able to implement or afford.
A prominent Toronto psychiatrist has severely criticized the assumptions underlying what has been dubbed by critics as the Canadian federal government's "bathroom bill," that is, Bill C-279, a private member’s bill that would afford special protection to so-called "transgender" men and women.
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Tagged Dr. Joseph Berger, Dr. Paul McHugh, Gender Confusion, gender expression, gender identity, Gender Identity Disorder, Gwen Landolt, Kerry-Lynne Findlay, Randall Garrison, Shelly Glover, transgender