Why the Transgender Debate Is About Redefining Reality
by Joe Carter, The Gospel Coalition:
[…] The sexual revolution has so subverted public opinion and Christian-influenced morality that teachings about sex that were previously considered immoral or even unthinkable eventually found their way into the classroom as school policy. But a quicker and more effective route to societal change is to simply reverse the process: force an issue to become school policy and eventually opposition to it will become unthinkable.
Coming to a School Near You . . .
That is the shift that is being attempted today on the issue of transgenderism in schools. A prime example is in the state of New York, where Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued a letter to the state’s department of education that there can be no dissent in schools about “a student’s actual or perceived gender, their gender identity or expression.” If a biological male student wants to shower with the girls in their locker room, he must be allowed to do so since, as Cuomo makes clear, “we do not and will not tolerate discrimination in the State of New York.”
‘Damaging’ transgender curriculum is about to invade 7-year-olds’ classrooms in UK, by Lisa Bourne, LifeSite
Throw off your rubber chains! From contraception to transgenderism via abortion, by Daniel Moody, Public Discourse
The increasingly powerful transgender lobby, by Andrew Pierce, MailOnline
Say no to dangerous gender identity bill, from CitizenGo
How the transgender agenda harms children, by Judith Reisman, MercatorNet
Campaigners hail school decision to let pupils choose gender identity, by Alexandra Topping, Guardian
What the transgender debate means for the Church, by Russell Moore