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Political correctness has consequences

warning.gifThe LGBTIQQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer, and Questioning)  agenda rolls on. 

And no, I did not make that acronym up.  LGBT has been around for a few years, and I coined the term LGBTX (the “X” being the variable for whatever they might add next).  I predicted it would be polygamy in 2008, but I was wrong.  They added three more in that time!

1, Christian photographer hauled before Human Rights Commission for refusing same-sex job.  I wish it would have been a Muslim photographer.  That would have made it more interesting. 

2. Judges: ‘Gay’ exposure OK for kindergarteners

As WND reported in 2006, U.S. District Judge Mark L. Wolf dismissed the civil rights lawsuit by David and Tonia Parker of Lexington, concluding there is an obligation for public schools to teach young children to accept and endorse homosexuality.

3. You’re transphobic if you oppose letting people go in the bathroom of their choosing.  If your young daughter wonders why the bearded guy in the dress is in the women’s room, accuse her of hate speech.

To show how far removed from reality these folks are, consider this bit of etiquette that they propose (emphasis added):

A person’s external appearance may not match their internal gender identity. You cannot know the gender or sex of someone by their physical body, voice, appearance or mannerisms. Pay attention to a person’s purposeful gender expression. We consider it polite to ask: “What pronoun do you prefer?” or “How do you identify?” before using pronouns or gendered words for anyone.

Yeah,  that’ll work well in the real world.  Hey kids, go up to your teachers and ask them that.  Hey adults, try it on your bosses and customers.  They’ll be thrilled that you didn’t jump to conclusions about what sex they “really” are.  Once they answer, be sure to ask, “Are you sure?”

4.  Apparently churches shouldn’t be able to discipline according to the Bible

A gay Christian who won a claim against the Church of England has been awarded more than £47,000 in compensation. John Reaney took the Hereford diocesan board of finance to an employment tribunal after his appointment as a youth worker was blocked.

5. Lots more examples here.

Political perspective: These folks have successfully infiltrated churches, the education establishment and government.  It is only going to get worse if “civil unions” are approved more broadly, because they establish a precedent for sexual preferences being civil rights.

Religious perspective: Those are just examples outside the church!  To make things worse we have false teachers in the church causing unnecessary division and promoting the political side as well.  I’m glad for groups like GCM Watch that help address those areas. 

Matthew 18:6 But if anyone causes one of these little ones who believe in me to sin, it would be better for him to have a large millstone hung around his neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea.