At National Review Online, gay columnist J.J. McCullough makes some sweeping generalizations about what conservatives think about transgenderism that are worth questioning.
If I had been prevented from having access to helpful people and materials, as Assembly Bill 2943 proposes, the bill would have been a ‘stay trans and die’ bill for me.
Bravo to President Trump and Defense Secretary James Mattis for making a common-sense decision and not being bullied into disastrous military policy by non-military voices.
The military is not the place to advance a ‘politically correct’ experiment with cross-gender hormone therapy.
Noor Jontry believed she was male from ages 11 to 13, but changed her mind. Now at age 14, she is sharing her journey into the trans-male identity and back.
Danica Roem was not the only trans person ushered into office on Tuesday. Minneapolis elected two openly transgender people to city council, Andrea Jenkins and Phillipe Cunningham.
All expressed they were convinced by trans activists that transition was the answer and now they live with the negative consequences of that decision.
President Trump is correct to block trans soldiers’ attempts to emulate the opposite sex because it will not strengthen our military nor provide transgender people long-term help.
Anyone playing this ‘select-a-gender’ game with children is complicit in turning young psyches against themselves and the truth of who they are.
Sex-change studies base their conclusions on as few as 10 percent of study subjects. The truth is, many people who follow Caitlyn Jenner’s path will deeply regret it.
The Trump administration can slow things down for transgender Americans and prevent political advocates from rushing them into sex changes many are likely to regret.
Cross-dressing a young boy is emotional and psychological child abuse and should be stopped, not celebrated on the cover of magazines like National Geographic.
It is sadistic to use the public school system, which holds a captive audience, to engage in a social gender identity experiment with the nation’s young people.
Transgender people have high rates of psychological problems that contribute to their identity expression and victimization. The rest of the LGBT crowd should consider how that reflects on them.
Men competing as women at the Olympics, LGBT themes on 30 to 45 percent of prime-time television, and influence at the White House—please tell me we’ve reached the transgender high-water mark.
A December 2015 study shows no evidence of cross-gender brain in transgenders. What they did find suggests a link to mental disorders, which are in turn linked to suicide.
In concert with transgender activists, the federal government is pushing schools across the country to let boys expose themselves to girls in showers, locker rooms, and bathrooms.
For the first time, former transgenders and homosexuals and those who love them will gather to discuss bringing hope to troubled lives.
Asking a surgeon to modify a person’s appearance is simply a socially acceptable means of self-mutilation.
They don’t want you to know: regret 20 percent, attempted suicides 41 percent, mental illness 60-90 percent among transgendered population.
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