The Trans Movement – Another Form of Patriarchy

Over at Crux, I have a new piece exploring the patriarchal effects of the trans movement. Until lately, if someone had mentioned patriarchy in the developed world, I would’ve thought we were about to embark on a somewhat archaic conversation. But recent events, crystallized by Target’s decision to open its sex-differentiated bathrooms and fitting rooms to the personal narrative of its customers, have me thinking that patriarchy is alive and well.Hear me out.Throughout history, women hav … [Read more...]

Fifty Shades of Gender

It's old news that Facebook now offers 54 new gender options for users to describe themselves. 54. Who knew? Last week, I commented on the gender agenda in Poland and the criticism of the Catholic Church's opposition to it. In the gender discussions that will no doubt continue, I want to continue to emphasize two points:Gender is a fluid concept. Sex is not. The sex of an individual is determined at conception. Either the human person is born with two X chromosomes or an X and Y … [Read more...]

No Discussion, Please. We Want Diversity.

Oh that ignorant Catholic Church. Once again, it has a different view from those who preach "diversity."The Catholic Church in Poland has come under attack for apparently challenging "gender workshops," a type of sex-ed class in the schools that present children with "alternatives" to permanent monogamous heterosexual relations. According to an article in Our Sunday Visitor, the circumstances are not quite clear. Nevertheless, in a column for the theguardian.com, Agata Pyzik attacks the … [Read more...]