A LGTB group, Gender-Free I.D. Coalition, wants to bring the gender ideology to its last purpose and that Canada to be the first country that does not recognize the existence of men and women.
Do doctors make mere 'assumptions' about the sex of a baby?
Last week, this group wanted to pave the way in the media by publicizing the case of Kori Doty, a member of that coalition who was born a woman but declares herself a "non-binary transgender", that is, she does not recognize herself as a man or a woman. Nature seems to care little what she says, since last November she gave birth to a baby, a biological faculty exclusive to women. Now Doty wants British Columbia to give her baby a birth certificate that omitted sex. "When I was born, doctors looked at my genitals and made assumptions about who I would be, and those assignments followed me and followed my identification throughout my life" he says. "Those assumptions were incorrect, and I ended up having to do a lot of adjustments since then", adds Doty in an astonishing statement.
What science says about sex
On the contrary, science demonstrates that sex is a biological characteristic determined by the person's genes, specifically by the sex chromosomes (XY in the case of the male, XX in the case of the female). This genetic identity does not change in the whole life of a person, however much they are hormone or even let the beard grow (as is the case of Doty). One of the external traits of this biological sex is the genitals: by observing them, doctors do not make "assumptions", but rather evidence. The ideology of gender aims to replace this scientific evidence by a simple exercise of will, but reality is still more stubborn than that ideology. Only a few days ago, in Argentina, a transsexual woman was defined as a woman, for violating and making pregnant a 14-year-old girl, a pregnancy that would not have occurred if the detainee were, in fact, the woman she claims to be. I wonder if the gender ideologues are also trying to censor the biological explanation of what happened in that case.
She has already obtained for her baby an 'indeterminate'
At the moment, Doty has been able to put a "U" (of undetermined) on her health card instead of a F (female) or a M ( man). To date, another Canadian province, Ontario, has already introduced in 2016 health cards and even driver's licenses that do not indicate sex, which, incidentally, is causing residents of that province who already have the new documentation ara facing serious problems in obtaining the Canadian passport, as this document indicates the sex of the holder.
They want Canada to stop indicating sex on identity documents
Eight people, including Kori Doty, then handled by the British Columbia Trans Alliance, filed a case before the British Columbia Human Rights Court in May 2015, claiming that birth certificates no longer indicate the sex of the newborn. The Gender-Free I.D. Coalition states on its website that the State "ascribes a sex/gender marker at birth, and then 'certifies' that gender". According to this LGTB group, "no one knows a baby’s gender at birth since gender identity takes years to be known". Therefore, they add, the State "is certifying as true something it cannot know to be true", an affirmation that implies to deny all validity to the scientific method when verifying the sex of a person. Absolute nonsense. And what do they propose about this nonsense? "The only acceptable solution is to remove gender altogether, from all identity documents", they say.
Following to the letter the dictates of cultural marxism
With this pretension, the aforementioned LGTB group follows literally the recipe marked by the Marxist ideologue Shulamith Firestone (1944-2012) in her book "The dialectic of sex" (1970), in which encouraged to apply the marxist thesis of the class struggle to the sex:
"And just as the end goal of socialist revolution was not only the elimination of the economic class privilege but of the economic class distinction itself, so the end goal of feminist revolution must be, unlike that of the first feminist movement, not just the elimination of male privilege but of the sex distinction itself: genital differences between human beings would no longer matter culturally."
Nevertheless, some people continue to deny the existence of gender ideology and its matrix, cultural marxism. I wonder what more totalitarian impositions have to come to open their eyes. Without leaving the country, Canada passed a purely dictatorial LGBT law last month, which includes prison sentences for those who question transsexuality and even remove custody of their children from parents who oppose the ideological indoctrination of the LGTB lobby. The suffocation of freedoms for the sake of gender ideology has already overwhelmed many Canadians, and in Quebec there have already been mobilizations against sexual indoctrination in schools. I wonder how many days there will be -which does not seem very far away yet- that teachers are forbidden to speak to the students about the existence of men and women, as if nature could be subject to censorship.
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