Melanie Phillips: How Stonewall took the sexual revolution to a new level

Nov 27, 2021 by

from Coalition for Marriage:

Two prominent women have spoken on Stonewall’s influence. The first is Boris Johnson’s former director of legislative affairs, Nikki da Costa. The second the journalist, Melanie Phillips.

Nikki da Costa says that Stonewall is dictating government policy on transgender rights. The former senior aide, who quit in August, says that a group of Boris Johnson’s most senior advisers are acting as mouthpieces of the LGBT lobby group, presenting him with “skewed” advice and refusing to arrange meetings with people who disagree.

“There is no other organisation – no business, or charity, no matter how big – that can pick up the phone to a special adviser sitting outside Boris Johnson’s office and get that person to speak directly to the prime minister,” she said. “But that is the kind of access that Stonewall has.”

How did a lobby group set up in 1989 and pushing a scientifically illiterate ideology come to exercise so much influence over our institutions? Times columnist Melanie Phillips has a compelling explanation. In a searing article summing up the way the LGBT agenda has piggybacked on the sexual revolution of the 1960s to capture the institutions of the West, Phillips explains how “marriage lost its sacred status” and “sex became little more than a recreational sport”.

The change in our culture’s understanding of marriage lies beneath all the other changes, she argues:

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