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The Billionaire Family Pushing Synthetic Sex Identities (SSI)
The wealthy, powerful, and sometimes very weird Pritzker cousins have set their sights on a new God-like goal: using gender ideology to remake human biology . BY JENNIFER BILEK
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One of the most powerful yet unremarked-upon drivers of our current wars over definitions of gender is a concerted push by members of one of the richest families in the United States to transition Americans from a dimorphic definition of sex to the broad acceptance and propagation of synthetic sex identities (SSI). Over the past decade, the Pritzkers of Illinois, who helped put Barack Obama in the White House and include among their number former U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker, current Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker, and philanthropist Jennifer Pritzker, appear to have used a family philanthropic apparatus to drive an ideology and practice of disembodiment into our medical, legal, cultural, and educational institutions.
I first wrote about the Pritzkers, whose fortune originated in the Hyatt hotel chain, and their philanthropy directed toward normalizing what people call “transgenderism” in 2018. I have since stopped using the word “transgenderism” as it has no clear boundaries, which makes it useless for communication, and have instead opted for the term SSI, which more clearly defines what some of the Pritzkers and their allies are funding—even as it ignores the biological reality of “male” and “female” and “gay” and “straight.”
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The creation and normalization of SSI speaks much more directly to what is happening in American culture, and elsewhere, under an umbrella of human rights. With the introduction of SSI, the current incarnation of the LGBTQ+ network—as distinct from the prior movement that fought for equal rights for gay and lesbian Americans, and which ended in 2020 with Bostock v. Clayton County, finding that LGBTQ+ is a protected class for discrimination purposes—is working closely with the techno-medical complex, big banks, international law firms, pharma giants, and corporate power to solidify the idea that humans are not a sexually dimorphic species—which contradicts reality and the fundamental premises not only of “traditional” religions but of the gay and lesbian civil rights movements and much of the feminist movement, for which sexual dimorphism and resulting gender differences are foundational premises.
Through investments in the techno-medical complex, where new highly medicalized sex identities are being conjured, Pritzkers and other elite donors are attempting to normalize the idea that human reproductive sex exists on a spectrum. These investments go toward creating new SSI using surgeries and drugs, and by instituting rapid language reforms to prop up these new identities and induce institutions and individuals to normalize them. In 2018, for example, at the Ronald Reagan Medical Center at the University of California Los Angeles (where the Pritzkers are major donors and hold various titles), the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology advertised several options for young females who think they can be men to have their reproductive organs removed, a procedure termed “gender-affirming care.”
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The Pritzkers became the first American family to have a medical school bear its name in recognition of a private donation when it gave $12 million to the University of Chicago School of Medicine in 1968. In June 2002, the family announced an additional gift of $30 million to be invested in the University of Chicago’s Biological Sciences Division and School of Medicine. These investments provided the family with a bridgehead into the world of academic medicine, which it has since expanded in pursuit of a well-defined agenda centered around SSI. Also in 2002, Jennifer Pritzker founded the Tawani Foundation, which has since provided funding to Howard Brown Health and Rush Memorial Medical Center in Chicago, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Foundation Fund, and the University of Minnesota’s Institute for Sexual and Gender Health, all of which provide some version of “gender care.” In the case of the latter, “clients” include “gender creative children as well as transgender and gender non-conforming adolescents …”
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In 2012, J.B. Pritzker and his wife, M.K. Pritzker, worked with The Bridgespan Group—a management consultant to nonprofits and philanthropists—to develop a long-term strategy for the J.B and M.K. Pritzker Family Foundation. Their work together included conducting research on developments in the field of early childhood education, to which the foundation committed $25 million.
Ever since, a motivating and driving force behind the Pritzkers’ familywide commitment to SSI has been J.B.’s cousin Jennifer (born James) Pritzker—a retired lieutenant colonel in the Illinois Army National Guard and the father of three children. In 2013, around the time gender ideology reached the level of mainstream American culture, Jennifer Pritzker announced a transition to womanhood. Since then, Pritzker has used the Tawani Foundation to help fund various institutions that support the concept of a spectrum of human sexes, including the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, the Williams Institute UCLA School of Law, the National Center for Transgender Equality, the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, the American Civil Liberties Union, the Palm Military Center, the World Professional Association of Transgender Health (WPATH), and many others. Tawani Enterprises, the private investment counterpart to the philanthropic foundation, invests in and partners with Squadron Capital LLC, a Chicago-based private investment vehicle that acquires a number of medical device companies that manufacture instruments, implants, cutting tools, and injection molded plastic products for use in surgeries. As in the case of Jon Stryker, founder of the LGBT mega-NGO Arcus Foundation, it is hard to avoid the impression of complementarity between Jennifer Pritzker’s for-profit medical investments and philanthropic support for SSI.
Pritzker also helps fund the University of Minnesota National Center for Gender Spectrum Health, which claims “the gender spectrum is inclusive of the wide array of gender identities beyond binary definitions of gender—inclusive of cisgender and transgender identities, gender queer, and nonbinary identities as a normal part of the natural expression of gender. Gender spectrum health is the healthy, affirmed, positive development of a gender identity and expression that is congruent with the individual’s sense of self.” The university, where Pritzker has served on the Leadership Council for the Program in Human Sexuality, provides “young adult gender services” in the medical school’s Institute for Sexual and Gender Health.
Pritzker’s philanthropy is also active in Canada, where Jennifer has helped fund the University of Toronto’s Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies, a teaching institution invested in the deconstruction of human sex. An instructor in the Bonham Centre and the curator of its Sexual Representation Collection—“Canada’s largest archival collection of pornography”—is transgender studies professor Nicholas Matte, who denies categorically that sexual dimorphism exists. Pritzker also created the first chair in transgender studies at the University of Victoria in British Columbia. The current chair, Aaron Devor, founded an annual conference called Moving Trans History Forward, whose keynote speaker in 2016 was the renowned transhumanist, Martine Rothblatt, who was mentored by the transhumanist Ray Kurzweil of Google. Rothblatt lectured there on the value of creating an organization such as WPATH to serve “tech transgenders” in the cultivation of “tech transhumanists.” (Rothblatt’s ideology of disembodiment and technological religion seems to be having nearly as much influence on American culture as Sirius satellite radio, which Rothblatt co-founded.) Rothblatt is an integral presence at Out Leadership, a business networking arm of the LGBTQ+ movement, and appears to believe that “we are making God as we are implementing technology that is ever more all-knowing, ever-present, all-powerful, and beneficent.”
For-profit medical corporations and nonprofit institutions that intersect with the goliath LGBT NGO infrastructure, many of which receive Pritzker funding, have created a political scaffolding to engineer the institutionalization of SSI ideology and medical practice in the United States—solidifying the concept of people being born in wrongly sexed bodies or wrongly being born in sexed bodies at all. At least two clinics in California are now providing nonbinary surgeries and nullification surgeries for individuals who feel both male and female, or like neither.
The Gender Multispeciality Service (GeMS) at Boston Children’s Hospital, “the first major program in the U.S. to focus on gender-diverse and transgender adolescents,” was founded in 2007. “Since that time,” says the GeMS website, “we have expanded our program to welcome patients from ages 3 to 25.” The first such clinic for children in the Midwest, the Gender & Sex Development Program at Lurie Children’s Hospital, opened in Chicago in 2013 with a $500,000-$1 million gift pledge from Pritzker. (The husband of Jean “Gigi” Pritzker, another cousin, sits on Lurie’s board of directors.) The Gender Mapping Project estimates that there are now thousands of similar “gender clinics” around the world, and over 400 that offer to medically manipulate the sex of children.
Like Stryker’s Arcus Foundation, the Pritzkers have forged a close relationship with the psychiatric establishment. The Pritzker Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health at Lurie was launched with a $15 million gift from the Pritzker Foundation in 2019, and received another $6.45 million in 2022 to address “concerns about mental health consequences for children and adolescents arising from the COVID pandemic.” Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker, Jennifer’s cousin, signed into law SB 2085, Coverage of the Psychiatric Collaborative Care Model (CoCM)—the American Psychiatric Association’s model legislation requiring private insurers and Medicaid in Illinois to cover CPT codes for CoCM, which “requires a primary care (or other) physician or clinician to lead a team that includes a behavioral health care manager who checks in with patients at least once a month and an off-site psychiatric consultant who regularly reviews patients’ progress and offers advice.”
Jeanne Pritzker, married to J.B.’s brother Anthony, who is Jennifer’s cousin, is a training psychologist at UCLA where she and her husband established the Anthony and Jeanne Pritzker Family Scholarship to support medical students at UCLA’s David Geffen School of Medicine. Mrs. Pritzker is a member of the Board of Visitors at the Geffen School, which is affiliated with a children’s hospital named after Mattel—the multinational toy company that debuted a “transgender Barbie” recently made in the likeness of the actor Laverne Cox.
On June 30, 2019, Gov. Pritzker issued Executive Order 19-11, titled Strengthening Our Commitment to Affirming and Inclusive Schools, to welcome and support children with manufactured sex identities. A task force was established to outline statewide criteria for schools and teachers that recommended districts amend their school board policies “to strengthen protections for transgender, nonbinary, and gender nonconforming students.”
In August 2021, Gov. Pritzker signed into law a new sex education bill for all public schools in Illinois, the first of its kind designed in accordance with the second edition of the National Sex Education Standards (NSES) to update sex ed curricula in K-12 schools. Bill SB0 818 will be implemented on or before Aug. 1, 2022. Though the bill includes a written opt-out for parents (but not an alternative if they do opt-out), many are concerned with the material being brought into children’s schools under the auspices of teaching them sexual health—namely gender identity ideology and other related material.
The NSES manual was crafted by The Future of Sex Education Initiative (FoSE) and funded by the Grove Foundation, which in turn has also worked with the David and Lucile Packard Foundation (of Hewlett-Packard fortune) and Ford Foundation to institute Working to Institutionalize Sex Education (WISE)—“A national initiative that supports school districts in implementing sex education”—throughout the country. The Bridgespan Group, which assisted the Pritzkers with their philanthropic trajectory in 2012, was retained by the Packard Foundation to review its collaborative efforts across its investment portfolio and to report on a series of case studies, including the WISE initiative.
FoSE is a collaboration between three other organizations: The Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (Siecus), “a national, nonprofit organization dedicated to affirming that sexuality is a natural and healthy part of life”; Advocates for Youth, “partnering with youth leaders, adult allies, and youth-serving organizations to advocate for policies and champion programs that recognize young people’s rights to honest sexual health information”; and Answer, “which provides and promotes unfettered access to comprehensive sexuality education for young people.” Each of these is also funded by the Grove Foundation, whose fortune comes from the now-deceased Andrew Grove, former CEO of Intel Corporation.
FoSE has created a “scaffolding approach” to teaching kids about sex in public schools and teaching them very young. Its credo is that “not only are younger children able to discuss sexuality-related issues but that the early grades may, in fact, be the best time to introduce topics related to sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, gender equality, and social justice related to the LGBTQ community before hetero- and cisnormative values and assumptions become more deeply ingrained and less mutable.”
Critics of the NSES standards created by the FoSE collaborative and now being implemented in Illinois under Gov. Pritzker may have concerns about a 72-page manual in which the term “anal sex” comes up 10 times and the word “intimacy” only half as often. The word “gender,” for what it’s worth, is used 270 times.
While many Americans are still trying to understand why women are being erased in language and law, and why children are being taught they can choose their sex, the Pritzker cousins and others may be well on their way to engineering a new way to be human. But what could possibly explain the abrupt drive of wealthy elites to deconstruct who and what we are and to manipulate children’s sex characteristics in clinics now spanning the globe while claiming new rights for those being deconstructed? Perhaps it is profit. Perhaps it is the pleasure of seeing one’s own personal obsessions writ large. Perhaps it is the human temptation to play God. No matter what the answer is, it seems clear that SSI will be an enduring part of America’s future.
Jennifer Bilek is an investigative journalist living in New York City. She writes at The 11th Hour Blog and tweets @bjportraits.
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Martine Rothblatt: A Founding Father of the “Transgender” Empire
Martine Rothblatt is an entrepreneur and lawyer who has been instrumental in the rise of transsexualism, “transgenderism,” and, ultimately, transhumanism.
At the heart of the emerging synthetic sex industry is a man in a dress, donning women’s breasts with the confidence only a man could acquire after a lifetime of being a first-class citizen. Martine Rothblatt, born in 1954, is an exceedingly accomplished entrepreneur and lawyer. As the founder of United Therapeutics, he was the top-earning CEO in the biopharmaceutical industry. He identifies as a transsexual and transhumanist and has written extensively on the connections between the two. Rothblatt believes that human sexual dimorphism is tantamount to South African apartheid and that transgenderism is an onramp to transhumanism – which is, for him, an exercise in overcoming “fleshism.”
As a member of the International Conference on Transgender Law and Employment Policy (ICTLEP) since 1992, Rothblatt authored the first draft of the Transexual and Transgender Health Law Reports after meeting Phyllis Frye, another transsexual lawyer, in Texas. This small meeting of men with a penchant for wearing women’s undergarments was the launch pad for an international project to drive transsexualism globally and deconstruct human sexual dimorphism. The document Rothblatt drafted would later be referred to as the International Bill of Gender Rights (IBGR). Phyllis Frye has been referred to as the “grandmother of the transgender movement.” Though Rothblatt’s transhumanist preoccupations may garner him more attention, we must consider him as much of an influence in normalizing transsexualism (transgenderism before it was rebranded) as Frye, if not more. A history of their meeting and the subsequent growth of the transgender project in the culture can be found here.
The Conference of Transexual and Transgender Law and Employment Policy became an international project once Frye was contacted by a transsexual identifying female in the UK named Stephen Whittle, now a professor of equalities law at Manchester Metropolitan University and president-elect of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) which has since developed an American branch (USPATH). Whittle too has been extremely instrumental in driving trans activism, especially in the UK. She became part of the human rights experts team, who elaborated on the international human rights guidelines, the Yogyakarta Principles at Gadjah Mada University in Yogyakarta, Indonesia in November 2006. The meeting added SOGI (Sexual Orientation Gender Identity) principles to the YP, known as Plus 10. Used as international legal guidelines, they are not actually law but are being treated as such by LGBT NGOs fronting for the medical industrial complex, with an investment in future medical-tech identities. The “Gender experts” are self-manufactured professions, much like the mythology of “gender identity” itself.
The Transexual and Transgender Health Law Reports initiated by Frye and Rothblatt and then Whittle, became a working draft for another global document and committee outlining transsexual/transgender rights in the UK, the Interdepartmental Working Group on Transexual People, advanced by yet another male, transsexual, lawyer, Christine Burns and set up by the Home Secretary of the UK in 1999. Membership at the Working group included representatives from Scotland, Ireland, Wales and the US.
These four lawyers, all transsexual identifying, have been the main generators of a project to deconstruct sex within the law, on a global scale and to have it replaced with medical identities representing how people feel about their bodies. Martine Rothblatt has gone much further in this deconstruction process.
The Quest for Trans-be-manism
Within a few years of the Conference on Transgender Law and Employment Policy (ICTLEP) driven by Rothblatt, Frye, Whittle, and Burns, Rothblatt studied for a PhD in medical ethics in London. He was granted a PhD in 2001, based on his dissertation on the conflict between private and public interest in xenotransplantation – any procedure that involves the transplantation, implantation or infusion into a human recipient of live cells, tissues, or organs from a nonhuman animal source. He later created a pig farm to harvest organs, in hopes of eventual use in humans. His purpose is everlasting life for humanity by continual replacement of organs as they wear out.
Rothblatt is a tenacious and accomplished individual. He’s worked in Washington, DC in the field of communications satellite law. He has worked for NASA, was the CEO of GeoStar and the co-creator of SiriusXM Satellite Radio
He also led the International Bar Association’s biopolitical (an intersectional field between human biology and politics) project to develop a draft of Universal Declaration on the Human Genome and Human Rights for the United Nations (whose final version was adopted by the UNESCO on November 11, 1997, and endorsed by the United Nations General Assembly on December 9, 1998). He has written extensively on the need to overhaul our system of labelling people as either male or female based only on their genitalia, digital immortality and the future of creating humans, new reproductive technology, genetic screening and DNA-mapping.
Rothblatt not only believes we can live indefinitely, but after meeting Ray Kurzweil of Google and being enamored with Kurzweil’s Singularity theory, created a religious organization, Teresem Movement to promote the geoethical (world ethical) use of nanotechnology for human life extension. Teresam conducts educational programs and supports scientific research and development in the areas of cryogenics, biotechnology, and cyber consciousness. He has worked in partnership with Kurzweil promoting a screen adaptation of The Singularity Is Near.
Rothblatt appeared with his wife Bina, and their daughter, Jenesis on the View, in 2016, interviewed by Whoopi Goldberg (note of interest: Goldberg is the host of a trans reality TV modeling show). There was a fourth member of the family available for interviewing as well. Bina48 is a robot created by Rothblatt who is a replica of his wife both inside and out. It is Rothblatt’s intention to install Bina’s consciousness into his robot and eventually distill it to digital data to live in cyber space indefinitely. He fully believes robots are people without skin – hence the transcendence from “fleshism.”
Rothblatt authored a peer reviewed essay in 2008, published for the Institute of Ethics and Emerging Technologies, entitled, “Are We Transbemans Yet?” while he was still the head of United Therapeutics. The essay speculates about reinventing our species and coins a new term called beme. He wrote:
The bottom line of this essay is that in an Information Age society the “beme is mightier than the gene.” This means that transmissible units of character or existence are more important than genetic information. For example, most people’s love-mate is a person with whom they share no genetic commonality outside of that which is in the general gene pool of their community. However, a lasting interpersonal relationship is only possible if the two partners share a strong appreciation for each other’s bemes – their characters, natures, and ideational units of existence.
To say the “beme is mightier than the gene” is to disagree with the socio-cultural implication of “blood is thicker than water.” Most people’s strongest relationship, that with their spouse, or with a best friend, is not a blood relationship. On the other hand, bemes are not like mere water. A person builds up his or her bemes over time and evolves them as appears most conducive to an enjoyable life. More apropos than “blood is thicker than water” is “minds are deeper than matter.”
“This essay aims to open our eyes to the fact that because our society is now based upon bemes more than genes it must logically re-conceptualize its species boundary.”
It’s been less than thirty years since Rothblatt authored that first document to create a legal fiction of disembodiment. It has been over ten years since he wrote about reconceptualizing our species’ boundaries. We are now facing the normalization of that disembodiment in the emerging industry of “gender identity.” Shouldn’t we be considering if this is what we want for ourselves? Are we ready to allow for the deconstruction of the very thing that makes us human, our biological roots in sex? Because if we are not, now is the time to act. The normalization of disembodiment has already been institutionalized and deeply embedded in the marketplace. Children are being used in experiments, both psychological and medical, which are dissociating them from their bodies. Their schools have become indoctrination farms; the most prominent international law firm has been recruited to help with the legal construction of the “transgender child.” Hundreds of “gender clinics,” a nice euphemism for sex-role control centers, have arisen in the US alone in the past ten years to manipulate their puberty and hormones, setting them down a life-long path of medicalization at a time when we have never been more set apart from each other by our machines.
The jig is up on this purported “human rights movement.” If we want to hold fast to our humanity, there is no time to waste. We are in the eleventh hour and must end this tech-driven, hubristic flight from flesh, mortality and nature.
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We Must Resist The Degradation of Language Being Forced On Us By Gender Identitarians
Until we unequivocally reclaim our language, and reality along with it, we will get precisely nowhere in the fight for reality over the institutionalization of a massive lie.
The implementation of new, gender ideology is happening swiftly in western societies, but perhaps nowhere is this push to remake culture and humanity more prevalent than in language itself. We are told that the premise for these changes to language are foundational, but they are insane. Until we unequivocally reclaim our language, and reality along with it, we will get precisely nowhere in the fight for reality over the institutionalization of a massive lie.
Women in western societies are currently forced to resist the presence of men in their safe spaces, bathrooms, prisons, and sports. Parents are fighting the institutionalization of programs in their children’s schools that introduce “gender ideology.” “Gender clinics” are also being protested, and all of this must be done.
But so too does the premise that men are women, that people can swap their sex, and that sex is a spectrum, need to be combatted and resisted, and the place where that needs to be done is in language. Right before our eyes, these lies are being solidified in language, by force, by policy, by the very institutions that previously claimed to uphold women’s rights, and they’re doing so under the guise of human rights.
How can anyone be safe if the boundary around their sex is ruptured? Life has boundaries. It is the way reality works. It is the way life works and the way sex works. No one is entitled to appropriate women’s sex as an identity or for their psychiatric treatment, but they are especially not entitled to appropriate “woman” for an identity and then change the meaning of the word so that those who are women don’t recognize themselves in the word’s definition.
Boundaries are the issue. Without them there is no safety. Language only works because of boundaries. Chairs are not tables. Cars are not speedboats, medicine is not dessert, and men are not women.
Society, laws, government, language and children’s healthy bodies and minds are all under assault for people who refuse to accept the boundaries of life’s limitations. Whether these people are corporatists with an eye on profiting off human sex reduced to parts, people with delusions, men with fetishes, or young people indoctrinated with propaganda that tells them they can change sex and that they will be liberated by tying themselves to the techno-medical complex for life, those of us that understand that life has boundaries must rise and take responsibility.
This responsibility means divesting ourselves of the language that is being forced on us. “Transgender” and “gender identity” are expressions dropped into American mainstream culture less than a decade ago, and into other countries languages and discourse in quick succession. Though the global LGB NGOs added the T for “transgender” during the period of 2000-2005, 2014 was the year we started to see a blitzkrieg promoting the term, in all media, cultural venues, our institutions and Hollywood. Since then, it is often alternated with “gender identity.”
The language shift has happened so fast, that those of us resisting the institutionalization of the ideology, have been forced into using the language of the ideology we are fighting, in some cases as a direct result of changes to law. This has pigeon-holed our ability to expose the lies nestled in the narrative and in the ideology itself. Every time we speak, we wind up supporting a narrative which we know to be false. We use the terms “transgender” & “gender identity” in schools, at jobs, in the media and in the law, as if they had solid meanings. They do not.
“Transgender” and “gender identity” can’t mean anything because they are used to define too many things and experiences, much of it completely illogical. They encompass the fetishes of adult men, intense body dysphoria focused on genitalia, adopting drag performances, teenage social contagion, homophobia positioned under a human rights banner for people who are same-sex attracted, the buttressing of sex role stereotypes on one hand, and the attempted deconstruction of sex role stereotypes on the other.
They involve creative expression for some young people, serious medical and mental health conditions for many others, disorders of sexual development, and for others still, they entail life-long drugs, and the amputation of healthy sex organs. “Transgender” and “gender identity” are like a mass hallucination of identities cobbled together, sexual orientations, fetishes and adolescent discontent.
This ideology and its language are pure obscurantism. To understand what they obscure we must look at what they are manifesting in the cultures where they have been institutionalized. Young adults are having their healthy sex organs removed and are being sterilized. Children are being carted off to sex-role control centers proliferating around the world. Women as wholly sexed beings, and separate from men, are being linguistically deconstructed, and legally erased.
Laws protecting women’s sexed reality are being overridden with words that don’t have solid borders, but manage to decimate the boundaries of others while screaming human rights. The ideology represented by these new words, dismantle our human sex as a meaningful category. Sex, where we are rooted as a species, is being replaced in law by the amorphous term, “gender identity,” while “transgender” and “transgenderism” are being used as if they represent a material reality.
Canadian cultural icon Jordan Peterson understood that contrary to activist’s claims, these grammatical changes were not developing organically but were being forced into western cultures with a demand they be used. This was his point in resisting the use of new pronouns being engineered. He was right to resist, and had it right when he suggested that organic language developments don’t need to be forced, that people pick up language that serves as a tool for clarity of communication, with ease.
American journalist Stella Morabito also wrote eloquently about the chaos being sown by these new language dictates, and named the dangers of totalitarianism sequestered in the human rights narrative of this agenda.
Though material realists resist the insanity of sex not being real, many argue that compromises should be made to support “transgender” people. That some of us do so, speaks to how strategically brilliant the corporate propaganda to undermine sex for profit, has been. There are no “transgender” people because there are only two sexes, though there are people who identify that way and prefer to live as the opposite sex. It is a newly minted term driven by billionaire philanthropists and corporate profiteering to dismantle sexual dimorphism, at least legally, and to open markets in sexual identity.
We can’t continue to argue against manipulations in language and their forced institutionalization, for the safe-space boundaries of women, against the medicalization of healthy children’s bodies and the attack on their sex, while offering up compromises. “Third sex” spaces or age limits for the attack on children’s sex are unreasonable requests for society to accept, so that people who cannot accept life’s boundaries can be comfortable. It is also a losing strategy in a political war being waged against reality.
What happens if we allow for the continued boundary degradation of sexual dimorphism in language, in law, and on children’s and young adults bodies? It’s been less than a decade since sexual dimorphism has been blatantly under assault, in mainstream media, for all to see—longer within the political apparatus of the LGBT NGOs and the medical industrial complex. Where will we be in another decade?
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