The dawning of American asexualization

May 13th marked a massive shift in the political landscape in the United States and raised questions surrounding the balance of power in Washington, D.C.  The United States Departments of Justice and Education issued a policy that threatens more than just federal dollars to schools.

This “dear colleague” letter from the very bowels of bureaucracy attempts to normalize the asexualization of American society.  Commenting on the supposed importance of granting forced accommodation to students who consider themselves members of the opposite sex and to those who don’t identify as a “cisgender,” the letter is a Pandora’s box that will never be closed unless the policy is fought.

Classified as “significant guidance,” the letter, spearheaded by the unconstitutional overreach of the executive branch, forces onto all a “one size fits all” mentality in dealing with male and female students.  Through these actions, the authority of Title IX of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, and the Education Amendments of 1972 are expanded to cover “transgender” students – i.e., those students who claim they are members of the opposite sex.

“The Departments [of Justice and Education] interpret Title IX to require that when a student or the student’s parent or guardian, as appropriate, notifies the school administration that the student will assert a gender identity that differs from previous representations or records, the school will begin treating the student consistent with the student’s gender identity,” the joint letter reads.

Further, the letter provides guidance that asks the educational facilities to grant bathroom access to all students, no matter their gender.

The policy direction from the Obama administration has come in the wake of a series of unfortunate events that have altered the normalcy of a basic family unit, the male-female gender system, and the overall idea of being human.  It is also evident that this was done in response to North Carolina’s controversial bathroom bill, which restricts people from using the gender-opposite restroom.

Target and the loss of sales for gender inclusion

When Target announced its gender-inclusive bathroom policy, CEO Brian Cornell told CNBC’s Squawk Box that the company is not going to back down.

“We’re going to continue to embrace our belief in diversity and inclusion,” Cornell stated.

However, Business Insider reported that due to the cultural boycott surrounding Target’s bathroom policy, one of the country’s largest retailers is likely to mark a loss because of the move towards all-encompassing “inclusiveness.”

“Consumer perception of the brand has also dropped sharply. It's at its lowest point in two years,” the report indicates, citing the YouGov BrandIndex.  The index highlights that Target’s consumer perception was at 42% at the announcement of the bathroom policy; however, the percentage is dropping into the upper-thirty-percentile range.  It’s also important to note that stock price has dropped drastically.


Recent events are rooted in the basic principle that gender is a figment of the imagination and is subject to the perception of an individual.  In a recent video released by the Family Policy Institute of Washington, college students at Seattle University were asked, “What is the difference between a male and a female?”

The astonishing responses of the students ranged from expressing absolutely no concern for the devolution of traditional gender identities to claiming that gender is something that cannot be conceptualized by society.

However, the only conceptualization needed is that if male and female gender identities are absent, there is no natural existence of human life, and society is therefore asexual.  It seems that the long-term motivation of the agenda in play is to render society genderless.

Asexualization is defined as “the process of making one incapable of reproduction,” or literally limiting the species from reproduction by means of spay and neuter.  Based in religious faith or scientific inquiry, male humans and female humans were destined to procreate.  If the promotion of a politically correct, postmodern, ultra-progressive society is what we are destined for, the United States is ushered into the age of American asexualization policy. 

McGrady is a freelance journalist whose work has been featured and cited in The Heartland Institute’s Health Care News, The Denver Post, Fox Nation, and other national publications.  He also is a political consultant.  Follow him on Twitter (@mikemcgrady2).  Email him at