One of my colleagues has been confronting LGBT activism for more than 20 years, and they have been thankless, difficult, sacrificial years. I asked him once on my radio show, “Why don’t you stop?” He replied, “I’ll stop when they stop.”
Exactly so. We did not start this ideological battle. We are simply responding to it.
And that’s why I can’t (and won’t) stop addressing the rising tide of transanity in our society. As long as the social madness continues, I’ll keep addressing it.
By now, we’ve heard about boys competing in girls’ sporting events (and winning handily). And we’ve heard about men competing in women’s sporting events (and winning handily).
We’ve heard about teachers telling 8-year-olds that “boys get periods too.” And we’ve heard about tampons being put in men’s bathrooms on campuses because “men menstruate too.”
We’ve heard about all-female colleges now accepting men who identify as women (although a woman who identifies as a man will not be accepted at some of these same campuses).
We’ve heard about websites selling genital prosthetics for prepubescent, trans-identifying children (so, a 9-year-old girl who identifies as a boy can wear this to look more boy-like).
We’ve heard about “Rapid Onset Gender Disorder,” through which an increasing number of young people are suddenly concluding they are trans, based primarily on social influences.
We’ve even heard about a biological male and female conceiving a child, but it’s newsworthy because the man identifies as gay and his partner is a woman who identifies as a man (this is becoming increasingly common). So, in their minds, it’s a same-sex relationship (male and male), but in reality, it’s a man and a woman, which is why they can conceive a child.
But perhaps the craziest thing yet is this report from the UK’s The Sun: “Men who identify as women are being invited for cervical smear tests even though they don’t have a cervix. However, women who identify as male are not being offered crucial routine breast screenings or cervical cancer checks.” (The report is actually one-year old but it just came to my attention this week.)
According to the article, “Women who identify as male are not being offered vital routine breast screenings and cervical cancer checks in case it offends them.”
Forget about health concerns. Forget about screening out cancer. Forget about protecting the lives of these women. We don’t want to hurt their feelings! Let them get breast cancer or cervical cancer. Just don’t make them feel bad.
What kind of madness is this?
The guidelines come “from a 24-page booklet published by Public Health England called ‘Information for trans people’.”
The simple upshot of the booklet is this: Your biological sex doesn’t matter (even though the issue is with health, which correlates directly with biology). What matters is how you identify.
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Michael Brown