Saturday, April 29, 2017

when did bill nye turn into ray comfort?

On Twitter, it's a given that whenever someone lists their preferred pronouns in their bio, that person is guaranteed to be immature and selfish.

Same goes with people who refer to themselves as "award winning."

On that one, it's a given that person who adds that honorific to their name thinks way too much of themselves and scoff at anyone who don't worship the ground they walk on.

On that note....

"Emmy award winning"  host Bill Nye has a new a new show on Netflix titled, "Bill Nye Saves The World," and in one of his episodes, he used ice cream to explain how ridiculous conversion therapy is. 

Wait, isn't ice cream a man made product?

Yes it is; Quoting:
Ice cream is a sweetened frozen food typically eaten as a snack or dessert. It is usually made from dairy products, such as milk and cream, and often combined with fruits or other ingredients and flavors.
In that same episode, which to be clear, I've not watched, yet, because I'm not an Netflix addict, Nye used a bunch of mannequins to make an argument in support of transgenderism, an ideology or movement built on foundation of lies and delusion.

There are clips posted on YouTube but I'm not going use them because to do so.

Instead, though, I ask, when exactly did Bill Nye turn into Ray Comfort?

If you don't know who Ray Comfort is, Comfort is the New Zealand born American Christian minister and evangelist who in 2006 recorded a video for his TV show arguing a banana was designed by God. His video, which was rightfully laughed off the internet, demonstrated the need for better science education, something Nye ironically once cared for.

Comfort never recovered and is only now looking to regain his credibility by thru the atheiest community, the same group who wrote him off as a quack.

Can't say the same for Nye. Now thanks to Netflix, Bill Nye, once a household name, has now become the new national embarrassment, only in this event,  gay and straight liberals and progressives are supporting his lunacy, while social conservatives are reacting with dismay over the episode.

But wait, it gets worse!

Reading about the episode elsewhere,  it's my understanding the episode ends with someone named Rachel Bloom performing a rap song about transgenders, gay sex, and quoting, "how sexuality is a fluid concept. while Nye, in the background somewhere dancing hip hop.

No thanks.  I need a respite from all the crazy and trans insanity this week.

Friday, April 28, 2017

playing a dangerous game


From newsworks.org:
Avery is tired of being asked about what makes her different, and the day I visited she let me know.

“Don’t ask me these questions,” she said. “I’m just playing a game.” 
But since Avery’s mom said it was OK, I pushed a little bit, promising not to go on for too long. Avery was still annoyed.

"The thing is, my mom told me you were just gonna come and say 'Hi' and talk to her," Avery said. "And this is the thing they always do. I'm the one that always gets the question. I'm not interesting! I'm just a boring person that sits at a computer animating and making games all day. That’s really all I ever do." 
http://www.newsworks.org/index.php/local/the-pulse/103341-its-a-rollercoaster-raising-a-transgender-child-in-the-spotlight

“I’m just playing a game.”

Yes,  Avery, those of us opposed to transgenderism know all too well what kind of games you're playing.   It's a game me and some others perhaps would prefer you not play, and therein lies the problem.

It's an endgame christian fundamentalists started on their own, and under the guise of heroism.

Here's a "haunting statistic" newsworks.org mentioned in their story:

"Some 40 percent of people with gender dysphoria will attempt suicide according to a number of studies."

What they don't say or write is that is a stat that could easily be avoided if only people like Debi Jackson would stop turning their kids transgender.

At present there is nothing anyone can do for this boy named Avery, that's because the media profits in exploiting social panic and are in no rush anytime soon to admit transgenderism is compulsory sterilization, a practice many consider cruel and inhuman.  

I can't count on any of the establishment organizations to say something or do something because they're all profiteering in trangenderism.  They've sold out to the cult of transgenderism.

And not to dwell or reopen old wounds but the popular gay blogs, writers, and video content creators, they all procure for so called "anti-LGBTQ" social conservatives and are whacked out of their brains from taking too many opiads.  They are all dangerous and unreliable.

So what's left? In short, it's just me, a blog that no one reads belonging to an activist no one wants to $upport or follow on social media and a handful and a handful of anonymous bloggers and social justice warriors who are scared and self censor and run and hide behind "transgender apostates" for support.

In anticipation of having one of my usual naysayers rejoicing in schadenfreude, forget that, people: I'm looking on the bright side.  When or if that fateful day occurs, I won't be mourning nor celebrating.  the sound of Avery killing himself will be ringing in their ears for the rest of lives, not mine.  If they want absolution, they can go to a homophobic, child molesting priest for that because this blog won't give it to them.

Saturday, April 22, 2017

hrc launches website debunking junk science from anti-gay extremists, ignores the transgender elephant in the room


I have a suggestion for The HRC: If they're going to create a website debunking junk science, they might want to do something about the junk they promote under the guise of "equality." 

On Friday, April 21, The Human Rights Campaign launched a new website they claim, quoting, "pulls back the curtain on the anti-LGBTQ myths and junk science being peddled by Dr. Paul McHugh, a go-to ‘expert’ for anti-equality extremists."

"The resource includes a detailed timeline of how Paul McHugh’s hateful and damaging essays have been used to target and attack LGBTQ people."



It would be a good website were it not for the fact the person spearheading the project is Sarah McBride, a transgender activist guilty of rejecting an entire field of science known as biology.

Oops.

I have to wonder who within the HRC allowed this to happen, but then again, when it comes to the Human Rights Campaign, they forever remain an organization that doesn't get it.
In 2007, when the so called "LGBTQ" was united and calling for an non inclusive version of the Employment Non Discrimination Act, it was the HRC who stood in opposition of our efforts.

When the L and the G in the above acronym regained their senses, begun realizing the HRC was right to oppose laws that lumps "gender identity and expression" with "sexual orientation," the HRC began actively opposing gays and lesbians demanding a divorce from the transgender lobby.

Now comes this website which purports to critique Paul McHugh only problem is that McHugh is not wrong when he refers to transgenderism as a craze.  

Unfortunately Paul McHugh also happens that man who in the past has also referred to homosexuality as a false and erroneous desire, and in doing so, he makes it difficult, perhaps impossible for gay and lesbians advocates opposed to being lumped in with transgenders and bisexuals to defend him. 

That's not McHugh's fault; The fault lies within the HRC who ought to have chosen a better person to expose Paul McHugh and his advocacy.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

i won't be donating a penny on #giveoutday and neither should anyone else.


Quoting:

Give OUT Day is the national day of giving for the LGBTQ community – a 24-hour online fundraising event that unites the LGBTQ community nationally to raise critically needed funds to support hundreds of nonprofits serving and advocating for the LGBTQ community.

Give Out Day is a project of the Horizons Foundation. a "model social justice philanthropic organization" based or located in San Francisco.



Short and sweet, I am not participating and I won't be donating a penny to any of the organizations listed on their website. For starters, there's nothing gay and lesbian about "LGBTQ" anymore. The gay and lesbian social movement has all but been eradicated, and its place, a new social movement comprised of identity obsessives whacked out of their brains on drugs, dreaming up all kinds of brand new insane identities for themselves and others to live in and live by.

What do they have to do with non profits, ask you?

The big and small non profits asking for donations today have all failed to utter a word of condemnation for these groups, all of whom are intent on rewriting history according to their nasty, narrow worldview. In fact, they're all supporting this insanity which makes no sense whatsoever.

I also have selfish reasons for being opposed to #GiveOutDay; Back in 2007, several "LGBTQ" blogs, activists, writers, and organizations took sides with an anti-LGBTQ social conservative against me. As such, this blog and it's writer has to constantly defend himself or itself from personal attacks, all of which has originated from within the so called "LGBTQ" movement.

As far as I'm concerned, had these big and small local and national non groups done something and said something, I might feel differently about today, but thus far, I see no reason to support any organization hostile to the interests of gay and lesbian people.

There's still time.

Saturday, April 15, 2017

transgender reality show outing is or was faked for ratings

As per LGBTQNation, the man who outed a transgender reality show competitor on national television, and who is gay by the way, announced on social media he lost his real estate job over the uproar.


Okay, so.... as a blogger and activist who is more than skeptical of the transgender trend, 

UPDATE: AH, who the fuck am I fooling? I'm fully opposed to being lumped in with transgenders, and if I knew how to contact the creator of the #DropTheT petition, I'd ask him or her to turn the petition over to me.

one would suppose this news would add to my point that transgender social movement is, among other things, homophobic.

Not on this matter. In a story published earlier in the week in the New York Times, they write that the episode that has the lgbt internet in an apoplectic fit was taped ten months ago, and that the network that broadcast the episode had been working with GLAAD before the episode's airing.

The gay man who outed the transgender reality show competitor had plenty of time to not only prepare for the worst, but also warn gay/straight bloggers and writers opposed to transgenderism that a major network was about to pull off a scam.  That I know of, he did neither, at least not with me.  Until, if, some other blog or website opposed to the transgender lobby writes back they knew or can provide some details, I can't feel anything for the guy.  Until further notice, he's an accomplice.

Meanwhile, over on GLAAD's website, they write, "GLAAD's Transgender Media Program worked with Zeke Smith and CBS for several months to ensure that when the episode aired Zeke would have the opportunity to speak for himself about his experience."

What took place [this week] was nothing more than ratings stunt.  A faked controversy that is about as fake as Jesus and the Easter Bunny.  What took place was carefully choreographed media rollout that was designed, once again, to make transgendered people appear as hapless victims, and gay people, bullies and victimizers.