Found this on Twitter today. Question: if there are really no gender roles, who will bear the children? Maybe that will be outsourced?
If there are no gender roles, who bears the children?
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A leading psychiatrist has dumped cold water on the successor to same-sex marriage.
Denee Mallon is a 73-year-old male-to-female American transsexual who has just won a stunning legal victory. No longer can Medicare refuse to pay Mallon’s medical expenses for genital reconstruction surgery. He (or she) had been living as a woman off and on ever since he was a teenager, but at the age of 68 he decided to make a permanent sex reassignment. Read more…
Why We Stopped Doing Sex Change Operations
by Paul R. McHugh
from the November 2004 issue of First Things
When the practice of sex-change surgery first emerged back in the early 1970s, I would often remind its advocating psychiatrists that with other patients, alcoholics in particular, they would quote the Serenity Prayer, “God, give me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.” Where did they get the idea that our sexual identity (“gender” was the term they preferred) as men or women was in the category of things that could be changed? Read more…
by da Tagliare
Evergreen State College in Olympia Washington has an 11 Lane Olympic size swimming pool. The pool and its amenities are used by various groups of the community including grade school and high school students. All females who use the pool share the same women’s locker room. Read more…
I think this would apply in many countries.
by Carolyn Moynihan
You might think that people in Kenya had more to worry about than how men and women annoy one another, but that is what pollsters Ipsos Synovate decided to quiz them on. And the results indicate some serious issues in one of the more developed and stable African countries. Read more…
by Jody Brown, Charlie Butts, and Bob Kellogg
The Sixth Circuit has ruled in favor of Christian graduate student Julea Ward, who almost three years ago was expelled from a university counseling program for her religious beliefs. Read more…