July 28, 2015
Born this way?
Yesterday’s AT blog post about the Iowa Governors Conference on LGBTQ youth saddened me. Children in middle school learning about hormone treatments and how to sew fake testicles into clothing? The left has a long history of trying to erase or at a minimum blur the lines of what distinguishes men from women, claiming there are no differences between the genders. So it’s confusing why gender identity now dominates the media. If gender is irrelevant, oppressive, and unnecessary, why are there over fifty choices with which to identify it? I was born and remain a female. As a child, I did not play with dolls, preferring trucks in the mud. I abhorred anything girlie-girl, thought dodgeball ruled, played and fought with the boys. It was easier for me to relate to boys than girls, and I fit in better. In middle school, I was the first female to take wood shop – not because I wanted to prove anything, but because I was more...(Read Full Post)