The “transgender” advocates are proposing a very strange kind of dualism, whereby the human body can be bifurcated into girl parts and boy parts, and the various parts can be combined into one confused whole. This is superstition, not science. It is an item of faith, and a very weird faith at that.
(Matt Walsh – Daily Wire) As the Daily Wire reported this week, an elementary school in Virginia conducted a brainwashing session with a group of kindergartners. The susceptible children were required to sit on the floor and listen to a cross-dressing man read a book promoting “transgenderism.” …
The school claims it notified parents ahead of time about this event. The parents say otherwise. The lack of notification just makes the whole thing all the more outrageous, but it would still be outrageous even if the parents had all signed on.
The book used to indoctrinate the group of five-year-olds is called “I Am Jazz,” written by Jazz Jennings, a boy who claims to be a girl. If you are curious as to its contents, here’s a video of Jazz himself reading it. Jazz says he discovered he was a girl because he likes the color pink and never played with trucks as a kid. As I’ve pointed out many times in the past, “transgender” ideology completely undermines the feminist project in this way. Feminists have been telling us for years that colors and toys are not gendered things – a girl is not doing something boyish by playing with trucks and a boy is not being girly when he plays with dolls. That idea simply cannot coexist beside the notion that a boy might actually be a girl if he plays with dolls. Feminism seeks to destroy the social constructs of gender while “transgenderism” radically enforces them.
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