Before we expose you to any more craziness-inducing Christmas music, here’s a reminder that an awful lot of people have already gone around the bend.
J.K. Rowling, the creator of Harry Potter–who, a few years ago, for no reason that readily presents itself, declared that one of her major characters, Dumbledore, was “gay”–has become the target of “a deluge of attacks” by the usual LGBT crowd–for defending a researcher who lost her job for saying “men cannot change into women” (https://www.dailysignal.com/2019/12/19/j-k-rowling-faces-deluge-of-attacks-from-lgbtq-community-over-transgender-tweet/). I wonder how deeply she had to research that.
Rowling’s controversial tweet: “Call yourself whatever you like… But force women out of their jobs for stating that sex is real?”
Why can’t you say that?
And here on our side of the Atlantic, the American Civil Liberties Union has demanded that tampons be made available in men’s rest rooms (https://www.foxnews.com/us/aclu-tampons-mens-room-menstrual-equity)–in order to achieve “menstrual equity” for “every person who menstruates.”
They’re all nuts.
It is as if our ruling class and whoopee crowd woke up one morning and declared, “Hey! We want transgender! Our civilization’s goin’ nowhere without transgender!” And leaped out of bed to impose their will on everybody.
It shouldn’t be necessary to say that men are men and can’t change into women, and women are women and can’t change into men. But now we’re headed to a point where no one is allowed to say that. Even though it’s true.
I don’t know about you, but it unnerves me to think that powerful, influential, college-educated persons are pushing this insanity–that they’ve got hold of the steering wheel and stomped the pedal to the metal, heading straight for the edge of the cliff.
This is not good, and it really has to stop.