Gay Marriage

Why I’ll be saying ‘I don’t’

A timely word from Sherry Sufi on the myth of ‘marriage equality’. Why Vote No, by Sherry Sufi, September 7, 2017: Australians will soon make a choice on redefining marriage. This is a good thing. It helps us settle one of the most divisive social issues of our time. We will move forwards as a… Continue reading Why I’ll be saying ‘I don’t’

Transgenderism

Making Sense of Transgenderism

National Review, by Celina Durgan, May 20, 2016: Public policy relating to transgender people is the issue of the moment. North Carolina’s “bathroom law” prompted Target to let transgender customers use their preferred bathroom. Now, the Obama administration has issued a transgender edict, the implications of which are still emerging. But though these latest policies… Continue reading Making Sense of Transgenderism

Leftism

Culture War Backfire: Polls Show Left Losing Gender Debate to More Traditional Millennials

There is some good news amid an apparently changed cultural context, as despite extreme feminism and other Leftist causes being prevalent in public life, these ideas are becoming increasingly unpopular amongst the bulk of society. Clearly, the voices who shout the loudest and make themselves the most visible, are not always those who enjoy overwhelming support. While we should… Continue reading Culture War Backfire: Polls Show Left Losing Gender Debate to More Traditional Millennials

Transgenderism

This Week In Feminism: If You’re Not Bisexual, You’re Transphobic!

This is beyond the pale of anything I thought to be previously arguable. Daily Wire, by Amanda Prestigiacomo, March 22, 2017: According to Everyday Feminism’s transgender feminist Riley J. Dennis, if you have a “genital preference” and are not sexually attracted to both a penis and vagina, you are transphobic; or, as he interchangeably uses, “cissexist.” In a video… Continue reading This Week In Feminism: If You’re Not Bisexual, You’re Transphobic!

Transgenderism

Safe schools teaching gender diversity to University students

“Safe schools teaching gender diversity to University students”, The Australian, November 5 2016: Teaching students at Sydney University have taken part in sexual and gender diversity training run by the Safe Schools Coalition, as the group looks to shore up supporters before its funding winds up next year. A testimonial from the university’s faculty of… Continue reading Safe schools teaching gender diversity to University students