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SAVE Dade and the Christian Family Coalition each have launched campaigns for and against a Miami-Dade County law to protect people on the basis of gender identity and expression.
Here are two campaign slides:
Posted by Steve Rothaus at 11:21 PM on August 19, 2013
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Would the Herald please stop printing these sex columns? I had to discontinue the paper version for fear that my children would see some of these and now its front page on the internet is filled with this smut.
As for the confused people in this article the best way to deal with this is to escort them to an institution since if someone is so confused they don't even know what sex they are they certainly don't belong on the street. The last thing we should be doing is encouraging their behavior.
Ed Jenkins |
August 20, 2013 at 04:20 AM
WAKE UP AND SMELL THE COFFEE!
Objectively speaking, a human being’s sex, age, color, race, and ethnicity, or biological ancestry, among many other personal traits, are not up to them to arbitrarily decide; they are not based on a personal opinion, private fantasy or subjective perception.
Sex is a precisely determinable genetic fact. It is a scientifically demonstrable biological reality. As such, like it or not, sex can never be altered or changed. While an individual's physical appearance can be cosmetically changed or modified, or they can change their personal opinion as to their sex; their DNA, or chromosomes, can never be altered.
Gender Identity” and “Gender Expression” are non-scientific, ideological terms, i.e., terms specifically concocted to advance an ideology. Neither term is scientifically demonstrable, genetically verifiable, nor an objectively definable biological reality. Both terms are difficult if not impossible to scientifically interpret and define.
It is contrary to sound public policy to recognize or grant an individual the false “right” to freely disregard and openly misrepresent their biological sex because this will thereafter recognize and grant the false “right” of individuals to disregard and misrepresent their age, race, ethnicity, or any other biological realities.
SAVE Dade: You need to understand that there is no constitutional or rational right to demand that society accept my sexual fantasies, my personal opinions or my subjective ‘feelings’ about whether I’m a man or a woman!
This ordinance has absolutely nothing to do with civil rights. It is simply an excuse to unjustly discriminate. You’re not advocating equality, your pushing insanity! Deal with it, sister. You need to turn the page!
August 20, 2013 at 05:45 PM
"SAVE Dade" stands for Sodomize And Victimize Everyone in Dade. Just a few years ago, this absurd proposal would only have been mentioned in an insane asylum. So what are these jokers doing on Miami-Dade Streets?
August 20, 2013 at 06:04 PM
I get it! This is the TRANS-INSANE Space Aliens Rights Ordinance... It's got a a nice sound to it. What do all my Trekkie friends think? The TRANS-INSANE Space Aliens Rights Ordinance!
Aaron Levy |
August 20, 2013 at 06:09 PM
Tell Anthony Verdugo and the Miami-Dade Commissioners that THIS is what happens when government says it's ok to discriminate!
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