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Friday, 19 February 2016

Transdanger




In a poll of 470 people in San Diego last year 73% said that they would like to see more gender neutral rest rooms. I doubt that they had considered the practicalities or the consequences.

Dr. Michael Brown writing for Charisma News: Even as I write these words, different cities in America are considering dangerous and irrational laws that impose unfair and potentially dangerous burdens on the vast majority of citizens, all in name of helping a tiny number of deeply confused individuals. When will we learn?

I do not wish to minimise any difficulties experienced by a few transgender people but the "quadruple rise  in child transgender referrals in five years" has to be of concern. To put this in proportion, the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust says that referrals over the period included 47 children aged five or under, and two children just three years old. There were 695,233 live births in England and Wales in 2014.

They say that gender dysphoria in young people is a "complex and rare condition" which is "frequently associated with distress which may increase at puberty", adding "it is probably fair to say that young people are increasingly interested in "exploring gender".

Is exposure the problem? Suddenly transgender is everywhere with the politically correct desperate to show their superiority in how understanding they are. But are they?

God created male and female, period. Yes we should be sympathetic to genuine problems but society is becoming so concerned about minorities that we are at risk of losing the plot. Already in the US a man twice entered the changing room of a swimming pool and began disrobing, once in front of a young girls' swim team, saying transgender policies gave him the right to do so. What next?

New transgender-friendly law opens all public restrooms to both sexes
Source: The Christians.com

Men were built for fighting. Women were built for childbearing. It’s interesting to note how stubbornly true—even obvious—these statements remain, despite aggressive efforts to bury them.

1 comment:

  1. So what's the problem about 'gender neutral' rooms where people can relax in peace and quiet? Or are we dealing with American prudery about natural functions. When I lived in a large house with separate 'facilities' I longed to sent an American to to the bathroom, knowing that the last thing they wanted was a bath or shower.

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