Q: "Do you believe that men can become pregnant and have abortions?" –@RepDanBishop
A: "Yes." -Democrat witness pic.twitter.com/TfxboajSJU
— House Judiciary GOP (@JudiciaryGOP) May 18, 2022
This witness appears to be a Science Denier.
The Daily Mail reports a child sex abuse center at Johns Hopkins University has hired a trans professor, who was forced to resign from Virginia school for defending pedophiles as “minor attracted persons.” Allyn Walker will start work as a postdoctoral fellow for the school later this month at a center aimed at preventing child sexual abuse.
Forget it, Gentle Reader. It’s Baltimore.
When asked the definition of the word woman, Ketanji Brown Jackson said she couldn’t answer the question because she isn’t a biologist. This raises several questions. First, does she consider herself to be a woman, and if so, why and by what standard? Second, how can she determine if the Violence Against Women Act is an applicable statute in a given case?
She was also was asked when human life begins, and she said that she had a religious belief which she set aside when deciding cases. When asked a follow up question about when equal protection of the laws attach to a human being, she said that she didn’t know.
Matt Margolis has a post over at PJ Media about the results of a Rasmussen survey that shows that 75% of Americans believe that there are only two genders. Well, if they’re French speakers, they’re correct. If they are English speakers, they are wrong.
In the English language there are four genders: masculine/he, feminine/she, neuter/it, and indefinite/he (informal)/one (formal). In English, gender follows biological sex for animate beings.
There are only two sexes, and sex is not the same thing as gender—not even in the Eleventh Edition of the Newspeak Dictionary.