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Gay marriage opened the door to the trans madness

Gay marriage opened the door to the trans madness

By Laura Perrins
http://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/
July 26, 2017

What do you do when you realise you are on a one-way, non-stop train to Lefty Land? Why you try to get off, of course. Sadly, for many, it is about to dawn on them that they are on this train with the doors and windows locked and bolted.

Graeme Archer, who is a gay man NOT LGBTQ+, wants out. In response to Justine Greening and the Conservatives Party's latest attempt to re-write reality and trash the culture by permitting people to choose their sex (you can no more choose your sex than choose your race) he tells us, "I can prove my same-sex orientation -- and its congruence with, not opposition to, my gender -- but the statement "I am the wrong gender, regardless of my biological sex", like the 'LGBTQ+' label, is an assertion. There's no scientific observation which could support or deny such a claim." Very true Graeme, very true.

Even Matthew Parris, has announced that he wants to leave the LGBT clubs as it is an 'artificial union.'

Helen Lewis, the feminist and deputy editor of the New Statesman, says in The Times, 'a man can't just say he has turned into a woman.' Oh, but soon he can say this. And what is more you will have to agree with him, and if you do not, thanks to the Equality Act, you could wind up in court.

Lewis points out sensibly: What the government proposes is a radical rewriting of our understanding of identity: now it's a question of an internal essence -- a soul, if you will. Being a woman or a man is now entirely in your head. In this climate, who would challenge someone with a beard exposing their penis in a women's changing room? That's why feminists have raised the alarm over the move to self-identification, along with some older trans people who fear that "trendsters" will erode the goodwill they have worked hard to acquire.

This is a radical rewriting, a bit like when the government radically redefined marriage. So this radical rewriting has precedent, you know, when Cameron and the rest of the hipsters such as Archer, Parris and Lewis said the millennia-old institution of marriage is malleable and if the State wants to redefine it thoroughly then it can. It is all too late now to bang and scream and demand to be let off the train. You are on a one-way journey to crazy town and there is no escape.

Listen up people and listen good. This Conservative Party is as authoritarian and leftist as any communist outfit you would have seen in the old USSR. They care nothing, absolutely nothing, for tradition, Christian values or protecting the vulnerable. All they care about is power and looking 'nice.' Nothing short of a total clear out is going to change that.

Archer tells us, accurately, "To proclaim that psychology drives biology, rather than the reverse, is to say that political will can trump scientific reality. Let the government get away with that, and you're not at the top of a slippery slope, but careering fast towards the wall of cultural oblivion, foot hard on the pedal, screaming "the wall doesn't exist if I say so."

Let the Government get away with what? Forming an alliance with Labour and Liberal Democrats to push through radical social change and redefinition that will lead to cultural oblivion? I think it is all a bit too late to be dictating to this crazy bunch of Tories what they can and cannot do, especially when you were so happy with them redefining marriage.

Redefining marriage to include same sex couples declared that biological sex and the profound differences between men and women were irrelevant; 'it is one bloody chromosome' after all.

This transgender revolution also says biological sex does not matter. We have been careering down this slope for years. Enjoy

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