Gender Politics

The Madness of Crowds

"G.K. Chesterton once observed that the 'special mark of the modern world is not that it is skeptical, but that it is dogmatic without knowing it.' His point was that moderns have forgotten that they are assuming what they believe to be a given. 'In short,' he concludes, “they always have an unconscious dogma; and an unconscious dogma is the definition of a prejudice." - Breakpoint 

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From Sussex, England, to New England, Gender Activists Are Losing

"This week, approximately 150 parents and pupils (mostly girls, the footage suggests) staged a protest against enforced 'gender neutral' uniforms outside a high school in Sussex, England. Piers Morgan, the presenter of Good Morning Britain, who attended the school in question, tweeted, 'The protesting parents & students have my full support. This whole gender neutral craze is out of control. Let girls be girls & boys be boys.'" - National Review

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Amazon has removed the books of the "father of conversion therapy"

"Amazon has removed the books of Dr. Joseph Nicolosi, the psychologist whom critics have dubbed 'the father of conversion therapy.' In other words, for claiming that sexual orientation is not innate and immutable, and for claiming that change is possible, Dr. Nicolosi’s books must be banned." - Christian Post

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Conference Disinvites Bible-Believing Speaker to Create ‘Safe Space for Everyone’

"The Circles Conference announced this week that David Roark, the communications and resources director at The Village Church in Flower Mound, Texas [Pastored by Matt Chandler], would not be speaking at its conference Sept. 18-20 in Richardson, Texas." - Christian Headlines

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The Overreach of LGBTQ Activism

"...how do progressives square [their bleak view of capitalism] with LGBTQ activism? Big Pharma has a significant monetary interest in transgender transition treatments ... that make patients dependent on cross-sex hormones for life. In Buying Gay, the historian David K. Johnson makes a convincing case that the gay political movement was the direct result of consumer capitalism." - National Review 

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