Transgender activists: ‘gender unicorn’ is passé; time for the ‘gender elephant’

May 19, 2018 by

by Calvin Freiburger, LifeSite:

A Canadian LGBT activist group is replacing a character meant to illustrate the “spectrum” of human gender and sexuality, demonstrating how the transgender lobby is steadily replacing objective facts with personal perception.

The “Gender Unicorn,” a graphic designed by Trans Student Educational Resources, is an illustration of a cartoon unicorn diagramming what the group claims are five distinct aspects of sexuality: gender identity, gender expression, “sex assigned at birth” (which they say can be female, male, or “Other/Intersex”), physical attraction, and emotional attraction.

In fact, “sex assigned at birth” is a misnomer for biological sex, as identifying a newborn’s sex merely recognizes what is rooted in an individual’s chromosomes and reflected in hundreds of genetic characteristics. Actual cases of hermaphroditism, in which people are born with ambiguous genitalia or their apparent sex doesn’t match their chromosomes, are extremely rare and a different issue from gender confusion.

Even so, the Canadian Center for Gender and Sexual Diversity (CCGSD) has decided the potential combinations of the “Gender Unicorn” weren’t diverse enough, so they released their own spin on the concept: the “Gender Elephant.”

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