If you think you’re confused about the whole transgender issue, so are state and federal governments.
Some cities say that transgenders can’t be required to prove their gender to use a public restroom.
Others say denying transgender people the right to use a gender-identity-appropriate restroom violates their nondiscrimination laws.
How do you see this issue?
Back when she was Attorney General, Loretta Lynch equated this issue to the civil rights movement.
According to her, the desire of parents to make sure that boys stay of girls’ bathrooms is equivalent to the disgusting discrimination that forced blacks to use separate bathrooms.
Segregating bathrooms based on race is bigotry and completely irrational.
But having someone else in the bathroom with you of the opposite sex is a different matter. That is why we have men’s restrooms and women’s restrooms, so we have privacy.
According to Lynch, she wasn’t about to let someone’s discomfort prevent people from enjoying what she perceived as their full civil rights.
But the entire transgender argument is based on the claim that transgendered individuals are uncomfortable using a restroom that matches their birth gender.
So, in order to accommodate their discomfort, the federal government is now forcing the other 99.99% of the population to be uncomfortable.
That’s the uncomfortable truth.
Thankfully, the Trump administration has withdrawn Obama-era protections for transgender students in public schools that let them use bathrooms and facilities corresponding with their gender identity.
Transgender Issue Being Introduced to Kindergarteners
Speaking of common sense. The transgender issue is hitting kindergarten-age children.
We recently wrote about A teacher at Rocklin Gateway Academy in California who had this brilliant idea.
She would talk to her small students about transgender identity.
She would then reveal their classmate who switched from being a boy to being a girl, with the student changing clothes in the classroom.
She would read to them from the controversial book, “I Am Jazz,” the story of a transgender child based on the real-life experience of Jazz Jennings, now a spokesperson for trans kids.
She did this without parents’ knowledge or consent.
If you missed our shocking story on Transgender Kindergarten: Social Engineering Gone Mad: ‘Could I Turn Into a Boy?’ CLICK HERE to read it.
Let’s look at some Scriptural Reality
- All persons are created in God’s image and made to glorify Him (Genesis 1:27, Isaiah 43:7)
- God’s design was the creation of two distinct and complementary sexes, male and female (Genesis 1:27, Matthew 19:4, Mark 10:6) which designate the fundamental distinction that God has embedded in the very biology of the human race.
As Christians, we are to walk in a renewed spirit and not in the futility of non-believers, alienated from the life of God. (Ephesians 4:17-18)
Recently, the Southern Baptist Convention came up with its own proclamation dealing with the transgender issue and has resolved to:
- Reaffirm God’s good design that gender identity is determined by biological sex and not by one’s “self-perception”;
- That we grieve the reality of human fallenness which can result in gender identity confusion;
- That we invite transgender persons to trust in Christ and to experience renewal in the Gospel;
- That we love our transgender neighbors and seek their good always;
- That we also oppose efforts to alter one’s bodily identity;
- That we oppose any governing official or body to validate transgender identity as morally praiseworthy.
CLICK HERE to read their complete list
Watch this powerful video on the issue of parents at the Rocklin Gateway school board meeting dealing with kindergarteners being told about transgenders.
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