NGLTF used to recognize women-only space and didn’t actively and relentlessly seek to destroy it.
Trans activists have turned women-only space as something akin to Nazism or the KKK.
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I have recently been party to conversations with progressive Christians into the nature and acceptance of the transgender/transexual movement.
The general consensus is of acceptance(rightly) of transgender individuals
As equally made by God and ergo equally deserving of our love and acceptance.
And on an individual, person to person basis, this is not only the right thing to do as Christians, it is the only thing to do.
This, however, has lead to a blind acceptance of much of the politics involved in the transgender movement, with no analysis of the veracity of stated”scientific basis” for said, or discernment regarding the actual consequences for females and women’s liberation within Christianity and it’s home, the church.
There is NO scientific of neurological basis for transsexuality or transgenderism. Because of this, major institutions such as Johns Hopkins no longer carry out sex reassignment surgery. If we were to view gender dysphoria the…
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You don’t know me – at least not in person – but I am sure your new boyfriend (or perhaps he has already persuaded you to call him “girlfriend”?)has told you about me. Priming you for the possible eventuality that our paths might cross. I’m sure he has you well prepared, just as he did with all the others that came before you. All those well meaning young women.
You look young. Maybe fifteen, perhaps twenty years younger than him? He likes young women. In his head his “female self” is a young woman, crazy about clothes, make-up, partying and music. Thats probably why you have a great time with him – he has all the interests of some young women, women un-burdened by the life experiences accrued over 5 decades of a female existence in a world that hates women. He won’t ever be bored with “girlie talk”…
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I just spent the day (Giving Tuesday) volunteering at a women’s shelter. I asked several women if they would feel safe with a male-born transgenderist sharing their space. They were terrified by the idea and repeatedly asked me, and then the staff, if there were men in the shelter. The staff next told me to stop asking, as I was scaring the clients. Just the thought of men, in any format, in their refuge terrified them.