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Propaganda of transgenderism by American media is the same as denial of fundamental biological realities

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The author of the daily internet publication American Thinker, Andrea Widburg, examined in detail the topic of transgenderism in the USA, stating that “our media are relentlessly using the transgender movement to force Americans to believe that 2 + 2 = 5.”

“Those committed to individual liberty will let people claim to be the opposite sex, or a camel or a Martian. But while the First Amendment ensures that our government can neither tell us that these beliefs are true nor punish us for denying those beliefs, our media are subtly trying to recalibrate our brains.”

In the article, the author send a strong message that the media serves a transgender dish with a sauce of homosexuality and that sex-change rights should be protected along with gays and lesbians, which is not the case.

“Homosexuality does not force us to deny biology. Homosexual men are still men, and homosexual women are still women. Their differences are behavioral,” says Widburg.

As an argument that the media tirelessly stuffed the American society with disinformation about transgenderism, the author cites an NBC article on model and activist Kenny Ethan Jones, a woman who thinks she is a man and complains about her periods.

“The latest shot fired in this media war to have us accept that 2+2=5 is an NBC article bemoaning women suffering from periods.”

“When transgender model and activist Kenny Ethan Jones experienced his [sic] first period, he [sic] faced both physical and psychological pain. Initially, Jones, who had not yet come out as trans at the time, felt like he [sic] was losing control and didn't understand what was happening to his [sic] body. However, one thing was clear: He [sic] didn't feel like himself.”

“Women all have a wide range of challenges when it comes to periods. They are painful, messy, and inconvenient, and they alienate women from their own bodies. You're not different, Kenny. You just think you are.”

 

 

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Author: Usa Really