Is Drag Is Drag Queen Story Hour A Cultural Crisis or Not? The Massive Restructuring of the Entire Moral Universe in America

Aug 22, 2019 by

by Albert Mohler: The New York Times recently reported a story that began this way, “Once upon a time at a public library in San Francisco, a drag queen arrived at story time and read to the children she met there.” The story continues as written by Liam Stack, “The children, no strangers to playing make believe, had fun and soon the idea of drag queens hosting story time spread to New York.” As Stack explains, “It was an unconventional idea both for the normally...

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Now they have come for the waxologists, who’s the next trans target?

Aug 16, 2019 by

by Barbara Kay, MercatorNet: For its wider implications, but also for its looniness, our history books will marvel—if and when cultural sanity returns—at the singular “human rights” case of alleged transwoman Jessica Yaniv—sometimes self-presenting as Jonathan Yaniv—vs the waxologists. Yaniv retains his male genitalia. But, thanks to the recently invented, but imprecisely defined right of “gender expression” having been enshrined in legislation, Yaniv has been permitted to wreak havoc in the...

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Gender stereotypes must be banned from churches as well as advertising, says Christian writer

Aug 16, 2019 by

by Heather Preston, Premier: A Christian writer who has praised the decision to ban two adverts that promote gender stereotyping says the issue needs to be addressed in our churches too. US food company Mondelez and German carmaker Volkswagen have become the first to have their television adverts banned, under new legislation by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA). A commercial for Philadelphia that showed two dads leaving a baby on a conveyor belt after getting distracted by cream...

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Designer behind world’s first underwear for transgender women is expanding the range for children

Aug 13, 2019 by

by Chloe Morgan, Mailonline: A designer is launching the world’s first underwear range designed especially for transgender children. Carmen Liu, from London, launched the label, GI Collection, back in February after realising there was nothing on the market for trans women like herself. After unveiling boundary-breaking underwear designed to target that segment of the population, the 27-year-old is now expanding her range for children. Carmen hopes that the comfortable undergarments, which...

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Scotland backtracks on plan to include non-binary option on next census

Aug 11, 2019 by

by Vic Parsons, Pink News: National Records of Scotland (NRS) had proposed to add a third option that would have included non-binary transgender people’s identities in the census for the first time. But on 7 August, NRS posted a statement online that said after “careful consideration” it would “continue with a binary sex question in Scotland’s 2021 Census.” This means the 2021 census will still only provide “male” or “female” options when asking for the sex of respondents. James Morton of the...

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When Free Speech Clashes With Trans Power

Aug 10, 2019 by

By Libby Emmons , The American Conservative: A library that gave space to a feminist with the ‘wrong ideas’ found out the hard way that inclusivity has its limits. While Vancouver, British Columbia, has been on the front lines of the trans and free speech debates, the recent Pride Parade was a real flashpoint, giving us a clear insight into what we might expect on the U.S. cultural front in the not-so-distant future. In recent years, Pride has morphed from an LGBTQ-only celebration...

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