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Gender Bender Madness, Millstones and Growing Signs of a Culture in Collapse Comments

The Gender Identity or Gender Expression Movement seeks the recognition in the positive law of a right to choose one's gender - and change it - at whim. It also seeks to promulgate laws which accommodate, fund, and enforce such a new right. Those involved in the activist wing of the movement seek to compel the rest of society to recognize their vision of a brave new world or face the Police Power of the State. His Holiness Benedict XVI was ... Continue Reading

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  1. Gearyman
    11 months ago

    Just a note. The Canadian Bill C389 died in the Senate. Please correct this article.

  2. DLL
    1 year ago

    Being a male I know that a woman is as mysterious as trying and thinking that you know and understand completely the nature of God. Being a man I could transgender and look and possibly animate like a woman,even be sexually altered to look female,but still my orientation from birth was as a man. The effort to become a genuine woman is impossible. To me this is common sense. Put on woman's clothes? They feel weird to a man. I love to look at and I appreciate what women do to help them look nice.psychologically and spiritually they are a mystery and very different from men and vice versa. Being a man or a woman is an experience from birth. It is hard to change that coarse it only results in a head on collision. Everything in life is balanced to be reasonable and practical to act beyond reason and practicality for the most part is childish. To be childish is not a healthy change for any society. This is not the old ways giving way to new ones. This is more a matter of misunderstanding most ways in every way.

  3. Tom
    1 year ago

    "Neutrois" obviously is a gender identity that compells sex only in groups of three.

    Surprised that the "Q" word is making a comeback. Is this a word that only can be spoken by a certain segment of the population?

  4. Michael Flynn
    1 year ago

    Deacon Fournier,

    I was reading this article http://www.wnd.com/2013/06/another-state-plans-to-seal-therapists-lips/ and I wondered when is the Catholic Church going to vocal and talk about the issues that we face today. The Pope may say something and in a couple of days its forgotten. This country of ours is getting further from God's teachings and it appears the local churches do not seem to fight against the direction the country is heading. The priest talk mostly about love and example but not much about right and wrong and pointing out what is wrong and if you are part of the church hen you should live by God's words. I see all these things going on in our Church and not much being said, by the Church,, to move us out of it. I pray that religious leader's start to talk the talk and move this country out of the situation it's in today.

  5. Excellent article
    1 year ago

    A new dark age in arrival.

  6. pater familias
    1 year ago

    I understand the consternation this causes the Church. However, are the 0.05% of people who are "transgendered" a true threat compared to the VASTLY larger Gay and Lesbian Empire? Indeed, children are forced to learn the "benefits" of the gay/lesbian lifestyle in public schools; the very Sacrament of Marriage is being hijacked, and insidiously, some homosexuals have even infiltrated the clergy to destroy public trust with high-profile predations on children. I ask you again, which are the greater threat: a handful of pitiable cross-dressers, or the Legion of Gay Inc?

  7. mjgt
    1 year ago

    To Phyllis Nowacki: In your new world we may all be equal, but we will all be slaves; however, some will live more like kings and queens. I strongly suspect it will be an insane world filled with lies, betrayal, cruelty, and oppression.

  8. mike robertson
    1 year ago

    "This is nothing a child chooses"?? So, a man cheats on his wife with consenting adult women. He is not wrong because he did not choose to want this. We can even say his feelings for the other women came from God. Other men do not choose to desire their 18-year old consenting adult daughters. So they are not wrong to act on this. We can even say this feeling came from God. Another man chooses with his wife to have group marriage with seven other couples. These people did not choose to FEEL this way. So we can even say this feeling is from God. What feeling, Tom, is not from God? People do not choose to FEEL like having relations with animals, right? "I set before you good and evil. Choose which one you will." "Evil" here, includes sexual deviancy and perversion, e.g. homosexuality.

  9. vance
    1 year ago

    This is Leftist activism at it's highest. We are witnessing Obama and his Marxist Party shoving homosexuality down America's throat. Our Lady of Fatima in 1917 warned the world about the Communist Party and the "Errors" they will spread. Well, here they are spreading their errors. I'd be willing to bet that the school is located in a heavy Democrat voting area. The Marxist don't do things like this in a vacuum. They well planned this in an area where they know their following will be willing accomplices. Like all Obamabots, they do as they are told and don't ask questions.

  10. Manuel Morales
    1 year ago

    Outraged parents? Come on. Don't foolish on me. Were they outraged they should take some steps. First to take their children out of such a kind of school (?).
    Put the blame on parents.
    What a shame!
    Manuel.


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