Indulging Transgender Fantasies Makes Them Worse

All the issues are the same in that Republicans and conservatives must reach more of the uninformed and misinformed with the facts. This information war is not optional, and it can be won if it’s fought — and yes, even on the “social issues.” Here is Denise Shick telling the truth today at The Federalist:

Society has got to stop enabling the harmful fantasies of the transgender community, both for their sake and for ours.

From the time I was nine, my father decided he was a woman. He became “Becky.” Sort of.

The truth is no amount of hormones or cosmetic surgery could change my dad into a female. Of course, not even a simulated tampon could change his natural biological sex. His DNA still said male in every cell. No matter how much make-up, cosmetic surgery, and dresses he wore, my dad was a male who, after all, had fathered children with my mother. That is reality.

We are in the cultural grip of what the American Psychological Association celebrates and champions: creating a genderless society at the cost of reality.Glamour magazine recently naming Caitlyn Jenner its 2015 “Woman of the Year” is only the tip of the iceberg. So society continues down delusional lane by reinforcing unhealthy ideals of gender and favoring a pretend world of identity politics that manufacturers gender-confused children. These children are being pushed to reject their bodies as biologically male or female. Instead, they’re being told to choose a range of gender fantasies.

It is telling that media’s most celebrated transgender boy, Jazz Jennings, told Cosmopolitan: “A lot of transgender individuals are attracted to mermaids and I think it’s because they don’t have any genitals, just a beautiful tail.”

Mermaids are neither real nor human. This is a make-believe world that tells children never to grow up, and to live forever in their fantasies.

Read more: The Federalist

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