[October 10, 2022] Confusion over one’s gender has grown from a small part of “deviant” Western culture into a massive wave of fad, fashion, and art. Everyone seems to be on board the transgender train hurdling down the tracks to an end that no one can rightfully envision but will undoubtedly result in a crash. Not many folks have the courage or the skills to fight back against it. So I ask, What is a Woman?
Remember only recently when U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn asked Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson this question? Jackson could not solve the riddle because she was “not a biologist.” I believe that my 8-year-old granddaughter can answer it and do so without quibbling or doubt. Is Brown smarter than an 8-year-old?
Matt Walsh has delivered some insight into the question, “What is a Woman?” in his recent film of the same name. Matt goes around the country and to Africa to ask this most basic of questions and puts people to the task. He shows that being a biologist does not help those who are gender ideologues. Perhaps he could get a straight answer from attendees at a “women’s march.” Nope. Or from distinguished academics, therapists, and medical surgeons who make money from the trans fad. Nope.
His film on transgenderism is engaging, entertaining, gripping, and funny. We are starting to see it in theaters, but it can be found at the Daily Wire (see link, note you must be registered to see the film). For now, go to YouTube for the trailer (link here).
Surveys over the last several years have found an increasing number of young folks that now “identify” themselves as transgender. Most of these surveys report a percentage of around 20 percent. There is certainly some peer pressure at work, so the actual number is far less. But, of course, you are not allowed to comment critically on it.
“If you call a dog’s tail a leg, how many legs does a dog have? Four. Calling it a leg does not make it a leg.” – Abraham Lincoln
The identity politics crowd is livid at Matt Walsh and anyone who dares question their new faddish ideology. But the fact remains that those who identify as transgender are far more likely to express feelings of persistent sadness and hopelessness. They are also more likely to commit suicide and harm themselves.
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