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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. abey
    1 year ago

    The fruit of the forbidden tree is but not to know the difference between good & evil, so as to call evil good & good evil in the same way the confusion of the sexes(for God made He Him Male & Female distinctively) conveniently calling it gender bender & the ultimate result to the the discontinuation of of Man.

  2. Tom McGuire
    1 year ago

    What does it mean to be human? We can quote the catechism, note that the natural law is given, but engaging with people requires explaining what it means to be human. Your arguments make sense to those who agree with you, but make no sense to those who do not.

    You speak about choosing gender as a revolution, and there certainly are those who promote it. What do you do about those who from early childhood know that they are different in their sexual attractions? This is not something that a child chooses. Speak to that reality if you want to talk in a way that make sense to people who seek the touch of the Lord.

  3. Phyllis Nowacki
    1 year ago

    This is not the collapse of culture it the beginning of a new one a time of equality for all. The old ways ARE GOING AWAY NEW IDEAS ARE COMING

  4. mjgt
    1 year ago

    Thank you for an excellent article. What they did to the children at Tippecanoe School for the Arts and Humanities in Milwaukee, Wisconsin is child abuse!

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