Michelle Duggar is a practitioner in the Quiverfull Movement, which requires her to have as many children as possible for Christ. Recently, she recorded a robocall in support of a referendum to repeal a Fayetteville, Arkansas ordinance that would ban discrimination based on gender identity. The transcript of the robocall follows:
Despite the hue and cry of GLBT Men’s Rights Activists, and also despite the fact that we strongly reject Duggar’s religious views, nothing she says about the now-defeated ordinance was false.
We encourage gay and lesbian people to stop hitching our efforts for anti-discrimination protections to overbroad gender identity bills that do not take Women and Girls into account.
Michelle Duggar robocall tries to rally opposition to Fayetteville’s anti-discrimination proposal _ Fayetteville Flyer
Robert Kosilek brutally murdered his wife, Cheryl McCaul, in 1990. The details of that crime follow as reported in Kosilek’s appeal of his conviction:
The victim’s body was discovered in the back seat of her automobile in a shopping mall parking lot in North Attleborough on the evening of Sunday, May 20, 1990, after the mall had closed for the evening. She had been strangled with a rope and a wire. Continue reading
Virginia State Delegate Patrick Hope has introduced HB 1385, which would prohibit any health care provider from engaging in sexual orientation change efforts with any person under 18 years of age. The bill defines “sexual orientation change efforts” as including the provision of treatment, interventions, counseling, or services intended to change a person’s sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expressions, but not including treatment, interventions, counseling, or services provided to persons seeking to transition from one gender to another or that provide acceptance, social support, and identity exploration and development. A number of states have introduced or passed such conversion therapy bans, and courts in California and New Jersey have dismissed lawsuits by therapists who practice this therapy seeking to enjoin the bans.
We reject conversion therapy for gay and lesbian people because it is demonstrably ineffective. We are somewhat concerned that including “gender identity” in these bans will make it more difficult for transgender youth seeking to detransition to access support that they need. To date, the only support detransitioning youth have found is the support they create for themselves on social media and at women’s space.
Frank Browning is a gay man who has written about Gay Sex over a period of years. He recently wrote a bizarre “meditation” on his views on transgenderism for California magazine. Continuing the liberal media’s inability to report facts, Browning asserts that Cathy Brennan made the following statement as a “lesbian rally.”
“male persons have cross-dressed in order to gain access to sex-segregated spaces with the specific intent to harm females. This has happened. Many times. That’s all we need to know.”
This is actually and demonstrably false. This precise language comes from a FAQ document about a letter Brennan co-wrote to the United Nations about the conflict between gender identity laws and protections for Women.
Having started off on a lie, Browning then asserts that Brennan and others object to gender identity because “real women” don’t know who “they” are. Of course, this is also false, as Women who object to certain aspects of the gender identity movement know that transwomen are male. That’s not actually a mystery or difficult to know. And, as it turns out, none of the Women he maligns in his “meditation” object to rights for males, whether they say they are transwomen or men. Rather, these Women object to being forced to 1. deny reality and 2. accommodate males in certain spaces.
But Browning, no doubt, would say knowing that transwomen are male this is “ill spirited.” Of course, this is pretty ironic for a Man who has apparently spent his entire academic career talking about Gay Sex.
Hypotaxis does a great take down of Browning’s “meditation” here.
Emily Esque is the Twitter name of a Washington, D.C. lawyer who has written an email to the U.S. Department of Education asking the Department to weigh in on a Gloucester (Virginia) School Board decision to restrict use of the girl’s bathrooms to girls (and the boy’s room to boys). The Virginia school board policy directs transgender students to use single-stall restrooms in lieu of using the restroom designated for their sex.
We support the use of single-stall restrooms for all transgender students as a reasonable compromise to afford female students privacy away from male students who identify as girls. This is, in our view, a more significant issue in the context of locker rooms and other spaces where girls have a heightened expectation of privacy.
B.C. is a pre-operative transgender inmate diagnosed with gender dysphoria. Prior to his incarceration, B.C. was prescribed hormone therapy and planned to have an operation to “remove his testicles.” While Plaintiff was incarcerated at Limestone Correctional Facility, medical staff continued his hormone therapy, but discontinued it when he developed cysts. He sued for cruel and unusual punishment, and the court allowed his lawsuit to proceed.
B.C. v. Estes Magistrate Report.
B.C. v. Estes.
Morris “Tracey Lynn” Garner, a Man who identifies as a Woman, was sentenced to life in prison for the “depraved heart” murder of another woman. Garner, 54, administered an unlicensed silicone injection that killed 37-year-old Karima Gordon, of Atlanta. Garner was also convicted of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Gordon died in 2012, eight days after seeking the illicit means to enhance her buttocks.
There are a number of instances where transgender people have killed others administered silicone.
Morris Garner, Mississippi man, charged in butt-implant death – CBS News.
Deadly Butt Injection Lands Mississippi Woman Life Sentence _ TIME.