Corrupting biology and language for "trans rights"
If we cannot even share a common language, all hope for national unity is lost.
Last December, I wrote about how Merriam-Webster has been corrupted and is mutilating the definitions of words to serve a political agenda. Pretending that those who support vaccines are "anti-vaxxers" was an egregious lie, but they were not done. Now, the so-called "dictionary" has mutilated the definition of "female" by adding a new definition to the entry. Merriam-Webster now defines "female" as "having a gender identity that is the opposite of male."
This, of course, is a lie. "Male" and "female" have very specific biological and scientific definitions. A trans person will never actually become the opposite sex, no matter what gender they present socially. Once again, in their holy war to silence against all dissent, "trans rights" activists have overstepped. It actually is possible to argue that trans people should be respected and treated as the gender they identify as, without mutilating the definition of a word that has existed for thousands of years. Instead of making that argument, "trans rights" activists and the multinational corporations that serve them seek to eliminate all dissent.
Corrupting the dictionary is a very serious thing that contributes even more to the Balkanization of our culture along political lines. If we cannot even share a language, then all hope of national unity is lost.
But they are not done. Archeologists have always defined skeletal remains as "male" or "female" because of the structural differences in the skeletons of men and women. But according to The Daily Caller and The College Fix, that is not good enough for "trans rights" activists. They demand that archeologists ignore biology and take into account clothing and other things to determine a skeleton's gender identity.
Of course, this is absurd. Yes, recognizing the existence of trans people in the past does have value in studying history and understanding how cultures of the past dealt with gender, but that does not mean we have to pervert our understanding of science and human biology to do it. But unless we have a clear historical record of how a specific person identified, determining the gender identity of skeletal remains is little more than guesswork. Furthermore, the idea that recognizing that certain skeletons belonged to a male or a female encourages "violence" against trans people today is complete nonsense and an attempt at gaslighting.
"Trans rights" activists are engaged in historical appropriation to further their agenda, but the fact remains that biological reality exists. We need to stand up against attempts to mutilate our understanding of language and science in the name of a political agenda. We must steadfastly refuse to go along with the radical Left's attempt to corrupt everything to fit their religion, and instead insist on using words that match reality. This cult must be defeated if our nation is to survive.
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