Active homosexuals deliberately break UK blood donor waiting period to ‘fight the system’

Jun 20, 2019 by

by Dorothy Cummings McLean, LifeSite: Active homosexual men in the United Kingdom are deliberately breaking a regulation that bans them from giving blood if they’ve had sexual contact with men in the past three months. While the rule is designed to keep the blood bank safe from blood-borne diseases, the active homosexuals are donating blood anyways, calling the measure  “discrimination” and “homophobic.” Victoria Derbyshire reported yesterday on her morning news...

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Homophobia is not on the rise

Jun 20, 2019 by

by Fraser Myers, spiked: The horrific attack on a lesbian couple on a London bus has rightfully caused disgust and outrage. But according to many observers, attacks like this are a normal occurrence in Brexit Britain – a nation apparently rife with violent prejudice. The Guardian carried a piece by one of the victims of the attack, which warned that the public’s sympathy for her and her partner was itself proof of the nation’s bigotry: it was only because we are racist and transphobic that we...

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aActress Sally Phillips accuses NHS of endorsing eugenics by ‘pressurising’ women to abort babies

Jun 20, 2019 by

by Eleanor Hayward, Mailonline: Actress Sally Phillips has tearfully accused the NHS of pressuring pregnant women into having an abortion if they are carrying a baby with Down’s syndrome. Miss Phillips, whose son Olly, 14, has the genetic disorder, claimed the current system was endorsing ‘a form of eugenics’ by screening for Down’s. In an emotional speech, she told hundreds of world-leading obstetricians in London that ‘eugenic thinking’ has seeped into the...

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Atheists Drop $1 Billion Church Suit

Jun 20, 2019 by

by Bill McMorris, Free Beacon: An atheist group has dropped its attempt to strip American pastors of their tax exemption for housing. The Freedom from Religion Foundation will not appeal an appeals court decision that said the federal government is allowed to exempt priests, pastors, rabbis, and other religious instructors from paying taxes on the housing they receive, ending an eight-year legal battle. The suit threatened to cost clergymen $1 billion if successful, but Chicago’s Seventh...

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Historic judgment shows intolerance towards Christians

Jun 19, 2019 by

from Christian Concern: Legal judgments continue to erase Christians from our nation’s public life. In a historic ruling, a Christian magistrate has today lost his appeal against the Lord Chancellor and Lord Chief Justice’s decision to remove him from the judiciary. Richard Page first faced discipline in 2014 for saying, in private, that a child does best with a mother and a father. Today, a judgment upheld his removal from the magistracy, ruling that he had not been discriminated...

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Transgender Trend’s Response to the Revelations about Mermaids in the Sunday Times

Jun 19, 2019 by

from Transgender Trend: The revelation in the Sunday Times that the charity Mermaids published online hundreds of private emails, some revealing personal details of children’s names and medical details, is one more indication of the organisation’s carelessness around the protection of children. Concerns about Mermaids are not new. Any charity which works with children must be subject to the highest level of scrutiny and yet this has not happened. Instead, a charity which began as a support...

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