6.14 The Identity Lie

Children are taught in schools that there are more than 2 genders a lot more.  Dude, whoever  he or she or zie is, made a list of 112 genders.  That was a while ago, there may be more that have since been created.  I have put the list to music and sing it in the video below.  I tried to sing it fast like Tom Lehrer the person who originally put the elements to the same music but even singing it slowly I made mistakes.    Stucky contributed (whoever Stucky is) and that's where I saw the list first and that's the list that's in the video.  Whoever they are they are smart enough not to use their real names because the gender crazies might cancel them if they knew who they were. 

 

The mother in the video below came to a school board meeting dressed up as a cat.  Is she a cat?

 

A lot of kids now identify as animals or maybe they pretend to, it's hard to say.

 

Where did the idea that there are so many gender identities come from?  Most likely it came from the idea of the homosexual identity.  Many homosexuals promote the idea that they don't choose to be who they are, they can't help it because it is their identity.  They claim they are as much as homosexual as a heterosexual is a heterosexual or a male is a male or a female is a female, it's just who they are, not how they behave. 

Occasionally some irritating homosexual will come along and say, no sorry, I wasn't born that way, I chose to be that way. 

Robin Goodspeed is an ex-lesbian.  She wrote the following:

I was not born a homosexual. I was not ‘born that way.’ There is no scientific proof, or proof of any kind, that there is a homosexual gene or that homosexuals are ‘born that way.’ I was sexually molested at the age of 2 and I began making choices at that age that lead to a life of homosexuality. I chose that life and I clung desperately to the lie that I was ‘born that way’ so I would never be held accountable for my choices.

  A former transgender was asked if transgenders are born that way.  He answered: 

There is no evidence that transgenders are born that way. There is, however, evidence that they are suffering from untreated mental disorders such as bipolar disorder, dissociative disorder, separation anxiety, schizophrenia, and personality disorder. I go into this in depth in my book, Paper Genders.

On October 26, 2012 my wife was watching a show called "Say Yes To the Dress".  It is about bridesmaids trying on dresses for a wedding.  The woman getting married was heterosexual and her bridesmaid was a lesbian.  What was unusual was that the bridesmaid was her identical twin.  How can one be born a lesbian and the other be born a heterosexual if they are identical twins? 

There are other examples of identical twins such as Jason and Jarron Collins in which one is gay and one is not.  The fact that there are many ex-homosexuals also speaks against the genetic argument.  If they were born homosexual and they can't help being homosexual than how did they stop being homosexual?

Cynthia Nixon is an actress known for her role in Sex and The City. In a 2012 interview with New York Times Magazine, she said that homosexuality was, for her, a choice.

Janet Boynes had an abusive childhood and also didn't fit what she calls the cookie-cutter image of what a woman should be.  She wrote that this drove her to search for love and acceptance in the homosexual community.  I interpret this to mean that men didn't treat her well.  She started with a heterosexual life style switched to a lesbian homosexual lifestyle and then became a heterosexual Christian minister.  She was not "born that way" as many in the homosexual community would like us to believe.  In her autobiography she wrote:

"When I was living in homosexuality, I knew I was sinning.  The Bible told me, my conscience told me, and many people in my life told me.  Unfortunately, I also had many people telling me that what I was doing was simply a lifestyle choice and not a sin... Instead of condemning, let us offer a helping hand to those who struggle with homosexuality, or any other sin, and let us encourage one another toward righteousness... My own experience as a former lesbian leads me to believe that many in the homosexual community are searching for love and acceptance...  I desperately needed to find love, to feel loved and to experience love."

Janet found love and strength in Jesus because she chose to believe in Jesus's love.  Whatever one's beliefs, if we treat others well they are more likely to like us and that if we like ourselves others are more likely to like us.  A psychiatrist and rabbi, Abraham Twersky wrote a book called "Like Yourself and Others will Too" which shows many case studies about how a lot of problems people have stem from not liking themselves.

 

The blogger John Aravosis was one of many critics who pounced on Nixon. “Every religious right hatemonger is now going to quote this woman every single time they want to deny us our civil rights.” Aravosis leveled the same accusations against Brandon Ambrosino in 2014 when Brandon wrote a piece for The New Republic din which Brandon wrote that his gay behavior was a choice. Calling Brandon “idiotic” and “patently absurd”, Aravosis wrote, “The gay haters at the religious right couldn’t have written it any better.”

     John Aravosis is showing us why Gays insist that they are born that way.  They believe that if they don't say that gays are born that way, it helps make the case of people who disapprove of homosexual behavior.  The idea is people who disapprove of homosexuals can't fault them if homosexuals can't help it and are born that way but if gays have a choice than they are responsible for their actions.

A writer named John Ward when speaking about the "born that way" argument said, “Just because an argument is politically expedient doesn’t make it true.”

Another lie some homosexuals and liberals tell is to say that people who disapprove of homosexuality are against love.  The Christian and Jewish religious texts say homosexuality is wrong but both religious are for brotherly and sisterly love and friendship.  Leviticus is one of the books of the old testament which is a bible of both Jews and Christians.  Leviticus 19:18 says "Love your fellow as yourself".  Leviticus 19:34 says "Love the stranger as thyself".

Minister Janet Boynes wrote:

our place is not to judge; our place is to love and to support each other as we all try to become more Christ-like.  Let us lift up those who are struggling and encourage them in love to stop sinning and turn toward a relationship with Jesus Christ.

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