I've been talking about the the trans issue for years and for years many conservatives told me that it's "not the hill to die on," it's a fad, a distraction, etc. Now Republican governors in the south are endorsing the chemical castration of children. I hate to say I told you so.
This is the defining issue of our time. If we don't find a way to stop it, millions of children will be lost to this madness. It will get so much worse. And it may be too late now, because so many conservatives were too stupid or blind to understand what they were dealing with.
I'll never forget when I was shopping my first book proposal around and a publisher told me that they didn't like the section on transgenderism because they thought it might be a non-issue by the time the book came out. This was 2016.

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[Thread] Every pro-abortion argument mirrors 19th century pro-slavery arguments. I'll show you:

Argument from ownership: “This slave/baby is my property/body. You can't tell me what to do with it.”
Argument from privacy: "No one is forcing you to have slaves/abortions. Mind your own business."

Argument from superseding rights: “My property/body autonomy rights come before the rights of a slave/fetus.”
Argument from inevitability: “Slavery/abortion has been around for thousands of years, it’s never going away. We might as well have a safe and legal system in place for it.”
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In Rochester, two black teens aged 14 and 16 broke into a white man's house, lit him on fire, watched him burn for a little bit, then left him to die. It's still not clear why they did it.
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[thread] This article is anti-science drivel. Inane, misleading bullshit from start to finish. The people who advocate for putting males in female sports have no case. No argument. Nothing. They know it. So they give us this. I can't stress enough how bad their argument is:
Their "proof" that boys don't have an advantage over girls is that some girls can still beat boys in sports. This does not at all even come close to refuting the fact that boys have biological advantages.
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The number of kids who identify as LGBT, especially trans and bisexual, has absolutely skyrocketed. If you think this is a natural or organic development, you're deluded. The media, Hollywood, and the school system actively recruit children into the LGBT ranks.
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