Gay Men’s Chorus sings ‘We’ll convert your children, we’re coming for them.’
This song is about the political power that LGBT forces have amassed, overwhelming every aspect of American culture. These men are not victims of a heteronormative society pleading for acceptance or to be left alone. “You think that we’ll corrupt your kids, if our agenda goes unchecked. Fine. Just this once, you’re correct: We’ll convert your children.”
They claim they want to make our children tolerant and fair. But how do they define tolerance? Tolerance is the ability or willingness to co-exist with those who have opinions or behavior that you don’t agree with. Yet according to their song, tolerance is now about endorsing and embracing their agenda: “Get on board in a hurry, cause the world always needs a bit more pride. We’ll convert your children, then we’ll turn to you…you’ll forget you were ever upset.” Read more
This Is the Dangerous LGBTQ+ Trajectory That We Have Been Warning About.
The trajectory of which I speak is the trajectory of social madness, resulting in headlines like this, from the Daily Mail: “Violent clashes break out in LA between rival protesters after viral video showed customer complaining about transgender woman exposing their penis to children in upmarket spa’s steam room.”
For a man to declare ‘I am a woman’, and for everyone to be compelled to agree, is not, as with genuine civil rights movements, about extending privileges unjustly hoarded by a favoured group to a marginalised one.
What we are facing is a fundamental redefinition of what it means for anyone to be a man or woman – the supplanting of biology and a total rewrite of society’s rules, with far-reaching consequences. Read more
Actress dons latest LGBT fashion trend to promote gender confusion in young girls.
Chest binders, as you might suspect, are dangerous. It is unhealthy and damaging to chest-bind (one is reminded of foot-binding in China years ago), and the physical effects can be permanent. Breast binders often cause back pain, shoulder pain, chest pain, shortness of breath, and even fractured ribs. Abigail Shrier, who documented her years of research into the issue in her essential book Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters, noted that breast binders can “permanently damage tissue, leaving breasts looking like deflated balloons, flat and wrinkled.” Read more