TVC doesn’t get it

Hide your children! Traditional Values Coalition brings you this gem of an (cough, cough) exposé called “Will Cross Dressing Activists Come To Your School?

An excerpt:

Lev described herself as a lesbian ‘currently in a same-sex, opposite-gender relationship.’ Try to figure that one out. Does she mean she’s living with a man who thinks he’s a woman or is she living with a female-to-male individual who has undergone a so-called sex change? Worse yet, is she living with a She/Male who has chosen to go through only half of a sex change and is neither completely man or woman?

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Common sense should tell us that a girl or boy who believes they are the opposite sex is seriously disturbed. They need and deserve counseling to overcome this destructive self-hatred that has them confused about who they really are. They are not, as Lev, observes, simply marching to the sound of a different drummer.

Lev and her colleagues are engaging in child abuse. To teach kindergartners that they can wear opposite sex clothing or to teach teenagers that they should begin taking hormones for a “sex change” to forestall puberty is cruel punishment to a sexually confused teen. No teen should be encouraged to mutilate their body.

Also, in a section titled “We Told You So:”

TVC has long warned that one of the next phases of the homosexual movement is to normalize cross-dressing and sex change operations. The ultimate goal is to blur all distinctions between male and female—and to destroy marriage as a God-ordained institution.

God-ordained, guys. Like, that’s really serious. I mean my professor tells me to do my homework but this is GOD, and he can give me an F in LIFE.

2 thoughts on “TVC doesn’t get it

  1. Anonymous

    god-ordained? hmm… i think ‘god’ or church may in this day and age condone a marriage or not, but the concept of marriage has for a long time now been too closely tied to so many civil and societal memes that it cannot — by virtue of seperation of church and state — be considered religious exclusivly. perhaps there can exist church-approved marriages, but these have no standing w/o the proper certification from the state and the state can do whatever it damn well pleases no matter what the church might say (and the sooner the state realizes this the better…)

  2. Anonymous

    god-ordained? hmm… i think ‘god’ or church may in this day and age condone a marriage or not, but the concept of marriage has for a long time now been too closely tied to so many civil and societal memes that it cannot — by virtue of seperation of church and state — be considered religious exclusivly. perhaps there can exist church-approved marriages, but these have no standing w/o the proper certification from the state and the state can do whatever it damn well pleases no matter what the church might say (and the sooner the state realizes this the better…)

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