Winning the information war means getting more people to realize that all the letters are connected — and the string of letters doesn’t end at the “T” in LGBT. If you take the LGBT, you get the rest, like it or not. Here’s Dr. Michael Brown writing at BarbWire:
What if I told you that there was a married man with 7 children who left his wife and kids and now lives with another family where he believes he is a 6-year-old girl? Would you say that he had serious mental and emotional issues and needed professional help?
That would be the expected reaction, but today, we must expect the unexpected. And so, we are now told that this man is both transgender and transager. Some people are even celebrating this madness.
I kid you not.
So, we have Bruce Jenner, woman of the year, the world’s most famous example of transgender identity.
We have Rachel Dolezal, the white woman who identifies as black, a prominent example of being transracial.
Then there’s Jewel Shuping, who blinded herself so her mind could be in harmony with her body, now a poster woman for being transabled.
There’s also Gary Matthews, aka “Boomer,” who believes he’s a dog, apparently an example of being trans-species.
And now there’s Paul Woscht, known today as Stefonkee, who “thinks he is actually a six year-old girl—not just a woman, but a six year-old girl—stuck in the body of a 50-something man.”
As reported by Ashley Rae Goldenberg, “At age 46, Wolscht deserted his wife and his seven children to live his ‘true’ life.”
As he explains, “I can’t deny I was married. I can’t deny I have children. But I’ve moved forward now and I’ve gone back to being a child. I don’t want to be an adult right now and I just live my life like I couldn’t when I was in school.”
I wonder if his ex-wife thinks that her former husband has “moved forward”? I wonder if his children think their father has “moved forward”?
Woscht now has a new family, with, he says, an “adopted mummy and daddy who are totally comfortable with me being a little girl. And their children, and their grandchildren, are totally supportive. . . . We have a great time. We color, we do kids stuff. It’s called play therapy. No medication, no suicide thoughts. And I just get to play.”
This man needs serious help, not just “play therapy” that affirms his confusion. And to the extent that he willfully abandoned his family, he needs to repent and seek forgiveness.
Read more: BarbWire
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