School children in Austin, Texas were told on a survey that sex is what is a person is born as but gender is “how a person feels.”…
The idea that people can self-select their gender without regard to biological sex and identify as something other that what they were born reveals one of the clearest examples of such statist intentions underlying this entire project, she [Stella Morabito] went on to say. And that is because such self-constructed identities necessitate that the rest of society adhere to a new set of demands related to speech, forcing everyone to use language and pronouns where sex is either entirely erased or jumbled in confusion. As language is overhauled and destabilized, so goes rational thought, she said.
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Here is a look at current gender ideology:
The United Nations defines “gender identity” as
a person’s deeply felt internal and individual experience of gender, which may or may not correspond with the sex assigned to them at birth. (page 112)
Talk about defining a term using the same term!
In the same document, the U.N. defines “gender” as
Refers to the social attributes and opportunities associated with being male and female and the relationships between women and men and girls and boys, as well as the relations between women and those between men. These attributes, opportunities and relationships are socially constructed and are learned through socialization processes. (page 112)
So “gender” is the “attributes, opportunities and relationships” that a society has constructed for people but the terms “women,” “men,” “girls,” “boys,” “male,” and “female” are not defined. They appear to possibly include a connection to a biological reality that the ideology being pushed denies. Indeed, the same document defines “sex” as
Biological and physiological characteristics (genetic, endocrine, and anatomical) used to categorize people as members of either the male or female population (see also the definition of intersex). (page113)
Putting this all together, the U.N. seems to be saying that there are two biological categories of humans, that societies have different norms and expectations for humans depending on which biological category they fall into (ie. “gender,” although “gender” is supposed to be something entirely independent of biology), and that human beings have different feelings about the norms and expectations given to them based on their biology (“gender identity”). And all this is being used to declare that subjective feelings trump biology and society and determine the reality that everyone must live by.