Modest gains

Utah has passed a modest bill which prohibits medical professionals from prescribing hormone treatment to children. The bill also directs the state’s HHS to review medical evidence of such treatments. In Virginia, a bill known as “Sage’s Law” would require schools to let parents know if their child is being treated as the opposite sex at school. The story behind… Read More Modest gains

Your own reality

Here is your [almost] weekly reminder that the transgender ideology is diabolical and gross. Here’s a collection of things that happened just in the week: The sparkly new owner of the Miss Universe brand Ana Jakrajutatip, a biological man from Thailand, hit the headlines as he took to the stage at the 2023 pageant. Jakrajutatip made a speech that would have boggled the… Read More Your own reality


A joint-committee of Florida’s two medical boards has approved “rule-making language that would ban children from taking hormones or undergoing surgery to treat gender dysphoria” according to Politico. In doing so, health officials in the state are going against national guidelines from both the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Medical Association who insist that “gender-affirming… Read More Womanface

Small victories

There is no benign explanation for this – A Virginia lawmaker says she intends to introduce a bill that would ‘hold parents criminally liable” if they don’t comply with their child’s wishes to identify as the opposite sex. A Harvard-affiliated children’s hospital is making the claim that children can know they are transgender “from the womb”. But in some good news,… Read More Small victories

Young recruits

Brace yourselves— “Pride Month” is on the horizon and the usual rainbow-colored virtual signaling will be coming to a woke enterprise near you. Target, which has shown its dedication to promoting the Sexual Revolution in the past, has taken their zealotry to a seriously disturbing level. The retailer has released a range of “gender affirming” clothing including “chest binders”… Read More Young recruits