Mickey Z. — World News Trust
August 19, 2021
“Women have had the power of naming stolen from us.” (Mary Daly)
The #woke crowd has been trying to convince us for years that biological sex does not matter. Some of them are trying to convince us that biological sex doesn’t even exist. Even the American Medical Association (AMA) believes “sex should be removed as a legal designation on the public part of birth certificates.” All of them want us to accept this as the new normal:
It’s fascinating how the “trust the science” crowd has become unpaid cheerleaders (and lab rats) for Big Pharma while openly denying the existence of biological sex. We live in a twisted Twilight Zone of cultish behavior where it has actually become necessary to remind people that males and females are two different sexes. Perhaps these ideologues can learn a thing or two from the Taliban.
Breaking news: The Taliban are not asking for preferred pronouns when imposing Sharia law. They’re not concerned with anyone’s “identity” when they pronounce that women must wear a burka and can only leave their homes with signed permission from a man. They are not wondering what sex a young girl “feels like” when they deprive them of education and/or use a term like "forced marriage" to disguise the rape of adolescents.
As you can see in the photo above, they’re already painting over images of women in Kabul. The #woke crowd in the West is probably most outraged at the possible misgendering in this photo. Note to the gender theorists: Your hive mind is of no concern to most of Planet Patriarchy. Your policing of language on Twitter does nothing to help the females of Afghanistan (or anywhere).
Woke-ness is also impotent in the face of female infanticide. In 2016, the Asian Centre for Human Rights published the first-ever global study on female infanticide. Since the 1990s, at least 200 million girls have gone “missing” due to sex-selective abortions. This is higher than the cumulative deaths caused by war and conflict in the entire previous century. In the meantime and as a result, some parts of the world have experienced at least 25 percent more male births than female births. It’s been called a “secret genocide.” Some estimate that each year, the number of girls killed at birth in India and China is higher than the total number of girls born in the U.S. In the 2012 documentary, It's a Girl: The Three Deadliest Words in the World, one Indian woman claimed she had killed eight of her daughters. Watch the three-minute trailer for that film here:
Think about it. The three deadliest words in the world just might be: “it’s a girl.” But, while females are specifically targeted for atrocities across the globe — from threats like the Taliban, infanticide, and too many others to name — entitled Westerners will try to cancel you over “identity” and “feelings.” You say you want to help women? Step number one is to stop erasing their existence. Stop scrubbing words like “breastfeeding” and “mother" from our shared language. Refuse to surrender to the madness of enforced replacement terms like “vulva havers.”
Of course, it goes without saying that non-binary folks should absolutely be free to express themselves. They fully deserve their rights and protection… but not at the expense of others. Especially: Never elevate the rights of any group above the rights of the largest and most oppressed population on earth: women and girls.
Each of us as individuals lacks the power to stop Sharia Law, infanticide, and other large-scale sex-targeted oppressions. But we are responsible for our day-to-day personal behaviors and actions. Making such common sense and compassionate choices is not bigotry. In fact, you might even call it… social justice.
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