God created us male and female. That really is a fact.
Let us not succumb to the absurd and ridiculous.
I must stand up for what is right.
The transgender machine rolls on. It shows no signs of slowing down; indeed, it has all the appearance of a lasting, solidified phenomenon.
The socio-sexual anarchy wrought by the transgender zeitgeist is perhaps the most interesting of all, if not also the most horrifying. Nothing really seems to mean anything anymore. GLAAD, for example, claims that “For transgender people, the sex they were assigned at birth and their own internal gender identity do not match.” But elsewhere, GLAAD claims that “sex” is “a combination of bodily characteristics,” while “gender” is “a person’s internal, deeply held sense of their gender.”
Put another way, it would be like saying, “Their foot size and their own internal gender identity do not match,” or, “Their hair color and their own internal gender identity do not match.” Two phenomena of fundamentally different essences cannot be considered discordant if they were never supposed to “match” in the first place.
Consider the selective editing of an episode from Bill Nye’s mid-90s television show, changing a segment that affirmed the chromosomal basis of biological sex:
On Netflix’s collection of episodes of “Bill Nye,” the 23rd episode, entitled “Probability,” is identical to that which originally aired in 1996—except that the segment on sex and chromosomes has been excised completely. The episode offers no explanation whatsoever. The show simply moves from the segment immediately prior the deleted clip to the segment immediately following it.