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.
The Supreme Court has rejected notorious atheist Michael Newdow’s latest effort to expunge an official expression of religious sentiment.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed into law the "Save Chick-fil-A" bill, which prohibits governments in his state from taking “adverse action” against individuals or businesses because of their contributions to religious organizations.
They just can’t stop bullying the baker. First the Colorado Civil Rights Commission took legal action against Jack Phillips in 2012 for refusing to create a faux (same sex) “wedding” cake. After losing in the Supreme Court last summer, the state sued Phillips for declining to bake a cake celebrating a man’s transition from superficially normal to masquerading as female (what some call “transgender”). Now that Colorado has been compelled to drop that action, the masquerading man, an attorney going by the name Autumn Scardina, has filed his own suit against the baker. For sure, persecution is a full-time job.
It does not take a degree in biology to understand that there exists just two sexes/genders, but that has not stopped the social-justice warriors from their tirade against the irrefutable science that gender fluidity is a symptom of a mental health crisis. Now the Vatican has weighed in on the subject with a statement that slams gender theory and the notion of gender spectrum.
The University of Alabama is returning the largest donation it had ever received to a Florida businessman who recently urged a boycott of the school because its state enacted a law banning almost all abortions.
An Illinois bishop has decreed that Catholic lawmakers who helped pass a recent radical abortion bill may not receive Communion.