I recently explained that, as much as I am sympathetic to the goals of gay Americans who feel that they are simply fighting for equality and freedom, I cannot support those goals for two reasons. The first is biblical: same-sex relationships and endless gender variations violate God’s best plan for humanity. The second is social: when we look at the trajectory of LGBTQ+ activism, we see that it ends up going in a very dangerous and destructive direction.
In a virtual lesson, 13 and 14-year-old boys at Winchester College were taught that they would not be prosecuted for having “consensual” underage intercourse.
Parents said the lesson, led by Dr Eleanor Draeger of It Happens, was inappropriate and accused the College of indoctrination.
It seems the battle about the rights and privileges of transgender Americans has come down to what other people are allowed to say about them. The controversy over Abigail Shrier’s book, “Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters,” demonstrates how far this battle has come.
Shrier’s book, which explores the phenomenon of many teenage girls suddenly and impulsively insisting they are now boys and how this affects their families and futures, has come under fire from transgender activists.
Mexico City, Mexico, Oct 9, 2020 / 05:22 pm MT (CNA) - Pro-life leaders in Mexico claimed a temporary victory October 5 when a vote on bill to legalize abortion was postponed.
The legislation would legalize abortion without parental consent for girls 13 years and older, effectively permitting abortion-on-demand.
A horrifying development in the battle for the nation’s children has taken a turn for the worse.
A teenager has been taken into care in Australia’s first known case of parents being judged abusive and potentially harmful for failing to consent to their child’s self-declared transgender identity and wish for irreversible cross-sex hormone treatment.
Shortly after her birth in September 2019, a baby girl, identified in Idaho court records as “H.V.,” was removed from parental custody. The state asked the girl’s great-grandparents, the Blaises, to consider caring for her. The Blaises agreed and began the process of becoming licensed foster-care providers in the state of Washington, where they live.
The Minister for Women and Equalities has told controversial trans lobby group Mermaids that she will continue to protect youngsters from harmful ‘sex-swap’ procedures.
In April, Liz Truss MP announced that under 18s would be protected from making “irreversible decisions” while “still developing their decision-making capabilities”.