It’s time to stop the vicious attack on men’s rights in America.
Tag: trans kids
Canada passed amendments to an anti-conversion therapy bill which will effectively legalize “transing away the gay.”
Non-compliance is the only answer.
While kids once would learn about their changing bodies, puberty, sex, and reproduction as part of “sex ed,” what is now being taught in schools has changed suddenly and rapidly, without consultation…
The transitioning of kids is ever more common these days, despite growing concerns about physical, mental, and social impacts of encouraging youth to identify as the opposite sex. A new documentary film,…
Ellen Page’s story is sad, but what’s worse is that the culture is allowing this to happen to our youth, unchecked.
Last week, Andrew Sullivan published an article proposing a “truce” in the “trans wars.” In general, I am a fan of truces. While in my youth I may have enjoyed warring for…
Vaishnavi Sundar’s film, Dysphoric, explores the social, medical, and institutional construction of gender identity.
Canada is a secular country, why is it imposing patriarchal religion on women and children via Bill C-6?
Feminists, lesbians, gay men, and detransitioned youth want “gender identity” removed from Bill C-6 legislation against conversation therapy.
We can support LGBT youth without criminalizing those who work to ensure minors don’t make mistakes they may regret deeply as adults.
Meghan Murphy speaks with Keira Bell, the 23-year-old detransitioner who is suing the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust, arguing minors cannot consent to puberty blockers.
A militant trans activism positively requires “trans children” to exist as natural figures in order to fabricate the illusion that transgender identity is apolitical.
Bill C-6 will see thousands of lives ruined — not only those of therapists and medical practitioners, but those of Canadian girls whose lives will be marked forever by this regressive, homophobic, sexist, dangerous, practice.
By allowing free exploration, our kids are less, rather than more, likely to have an interest in “transitioning” to the social roles of the opposite sex.