Five items in total…
“We live in identity-obsessed times. Everyone seems to be a demi-queer, pan-sapio something or other… Adoption of pronouns that are not representative of biological sex is a way to gain entry into a group identity. Prior to this pronoun change, Smith was part of the group ‘male’. This is a group that suffers from lots of bad press these days, and it’s not fashionable to go around identifying as male if in fact you actually are male. But, with a little switch, Smith can go from being part of a group with which he would rather not be identified, to identifying with a group that gets love, not hate.” – Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson, “The obsession with pronouns is stripping us of our individuality” – The Post Millennial, September 30th, 2019.
“The tragic collapse of national humanitarian prioritizing of children is a devastating side-effect of the obsessive focus on LGBTQ cultural supremacy and the mindless apportionment of government, media and private resources to serve the ends of LGBTQ sociopolitical exceptionalism. In America today, queers are in; kids are out.” – Deborah C. Tyler, “LGBTQ marginalization of children and America’s apathy towards autism” – American Thinker, August 29th, 2019.
“If you haven’t heard of the cotton ceiling, consider yourself lucky. Per Curve Magazine, the phrase was ‘coined by porn actress and activist Drew DeVeaux in 2015. It’s been used to refer to the tendency by cisgender lesbians to outwardly include and support trans women, but draw the line at considering ever having sex with them.’ In short, if you’re a lesbian and you’re not attracted to trans women because they don’t have female genitals, you’re a transphobe, a no-good, prejudiced, privileged, cis-gendered bigot.” – Libby Emmons, “Trans athlete claims lesbians are transphobic for not liking penises” – The Post Millennial, October 1st, 2019.
“The advertisement advocates for the Creatable World dolls, says ‘create characters that are awesomely you.’ And you can. The dolls come with a long-haired wig, skirts, boots, sneakers, and shorts. They have no visible sex characteristics, and as reported in Time, ‘Mattel’s first promotional spot for the $29.99 product features a series of kids who go by various pronouns – him, her, them, xem, xir – and the slogan ‘A doll line designed to keep labels out and invite everyone in.’ With this overt nod to trans and nonbinary identities, the company is betting on where it thinks the country is going, even if it means alienating a substantial portion of the population.” – Libby Emmons, “Mattel launches gender-neutral doll in an attempt to corner the idiot market” – The Post Millennial, September 26th, 2019.
“This type of messaging by Gillette and Everlast is effective in breaking down the traditional norms that previously held society together. These ads probably will not influence many people over a certain age. Their formation came in saner times. But the young are an entirely different story. They are basically a blank slate upon which the dominant culture can write its narrative and instill its values. That is exactly what is happening. Add to that the fact that most of the young have not been introduced to critical thinking thanks to public education from kindergarten through college. This means they are unable to drill down on an argument to see what is actually at its core or, to put it another way, to separate the wheat from the chaff.” – Peter Emisku, “After Gillette, next male-market sports company caves to transgender madness” – American Thinker, September 29th, 2019.