Jared Leto won an Oscar and a Golden Globe for his portrayal of Rayon, a transgender drug addict with AIDS in Dallas Buyers Club. The movie was based on the true story of Ron Woodruff’s battle against the feds, when they fought to keep him from bringing promising new treatments to AIDS patients in the 1980s.
Leto said that he researched his role by talking with transgenders, and carefully studying their voice, walk, and mannerisms.
The American College of Pediatricians urges educators and legislators to reject all policies that condition children to accept as normal a life of chemical and surgical impersonation of the opposite sex. Facts – not ideology – determine reality.
1. Human sexuality is an objective biological binary trait: “XY” and “XX” are genetic markers of health – not genetic markers of a disorder. The norm for human design is to be conceived either male or female. Human sexuality is binary by design with the obvious purpose being the reproduction and flourishing of our species.
This principle is self-evident. The exceedingly rare disorders of sexual differentiation (DSDs), including but not limited to testicular feminization and congenital adrenal hyperplasia, are all medically identifiable deviations from the sexual binary norm, and are rightly recognized as disorders of human design. Individuals with DSDs do not constitute a third sex.
2. No one is born with a gender. Everyone is born with a biological sex. Gender (an awareness and sense of oneself as male or female) is a sociological and psychological concept; not an objective biological one. No one is born with an awareness of themselves as male or female; this awareness develops over time and, like all developmental processes, may be derailed by a child’s subjective perceptions, relationships, and adverse experiences from infancy forward.
People who identify as “feeling like the opposite sex” or “somewhere in between” do not comprise a third sex. They remain biological men or biological women.
Bathroom law defines women by men’s imaginary standards
The Washington Human Rights Commission (HRC) is having a tough time trying to enforce their new bathroom law in the real world.
They also can’t seem to enforce their law without stepping all over the ideology of the so-called women’s movement.
The Human Rights Commission’s new law says that any man who feels like he “identifies” as a woman can use any public bathroom, locker room, or shower he chooses.
In one short press release about an incident at a Seattle pool in February, the HRC managed to do their best to reverse a big part of the women’s movement.
According to the HRC’s press release, we’re back to where women have a prescribed way to walk, talk, dress, and act–as dictated by men.
These recycled rules for women are based on how “transgender” men want to dress, talk, and act when they are pretending to be women–not on how real women dress, talk, and act when we are simply living our lives.
The Washington Human Rights Commission has given civil rights protection to transgenders. The law allows full access to whatever public bathroom, shower room, or locker room anyone feels like using that day.
It covers private businesses as well as government facilities like campgrounds and parks.
Transgenders say that they feel were born with the wrong body with the wrong private parts. They want to do all the things that the opposite sex gets to do–while still in their original bodies, which they believe to be a mistake.
They call it “identifying” with the other gender.
Ironically, they push for these laws because they want to use force on those they “identify” with.