Three female high school athletes in Connecticut are fighting against an absurd policy that allows male athletes who “identify” as female to compete against them.
A Wisconsin pastor and school board member is being attacked for referencing his Christian faith during a recent high-school graduation speech.
The chair of President Trump’s evangelical advisory board, Pastor Paula White, lifted up the name of Jesus in her opening prayer at the president’s reelection rally, praying against “demonic networks” opposing the president.
On Friday, Texas became the latest state to provide protections to infants who survive abortions, the Texas Tribune reports.
USA Powerlifting is facing accusations of discrimination owing to its policy of not allowing biological males who claim to be females to compete against women.
Your betters are at it again. This time it’s the philosopher kings who think boys can be girls striking a blow against supposedly “harmful” sex stereotypes by banning them in advertisements. Of course, many have asked who will judge what’s harmful, but a more fundamental question is ignored: Are so-called sex stereotypes really bad?
Imagine you’re victimized by a criminal who shoplifts from your store and who then, when you intervene, beats you with the help of two other men. Now imagine that though they end up pleading guilty and admitting you did no wrong, you’re targeted by their nearby college for destruction. This is precisely what befell the owners of Gibson’s Bakery in Oberlin, Ohio. Yet this story has a happy ending (well, almost an ending): Their tormentor, Oberlin College, has just been ordered to pay the bakers $44 million in damages.
Vermont’s health insurance managers will now require taxpayers, via Medicaid, to pay for “sex reassignment surgery” for minors.
This could only happen in the age of “transgender” ideology. In Brazil, a woman and her lesbian partner removed her nine-year-old son’s penis, claiming that he “wanted to be a girl.” A year later they murdered him, with the mother stating that she hated her son because he reminded her of her father.
The American Medical Association has voted to support state policies that would permit minors to override their parents’ objections to vaccinations.