Few know that the whole transgender movement was started by Dr. John Money of Johns Hopkins University.  He claimed that his experiment on the Reimer twins was a success, but it was actually a complete failure.  Furthermore, Money sexually abused the boys and thought that sex between adults and children is okay.

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What is behind the Trans movement? Why is it so odious, and what must we do to stop it?
This three part series will dive into these topics.

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Sexual abuse, including rape of girls, is strongly correlated with being homosexual. 85% of women who identify as lesbian or bisexual have been sexually abused.
Considering this statistic, why are we celebrating same sex attraction? Should we not rather look at the cause of same sex attraction and stop the cause?

What do Sam Brinton, Barney Frank and Audrey Hale have in common?  
They all have critical issues with sexual integrity.
Whether or not we embrace good sex, that is, sex within faithful marriage, or bad sex, that is sex outside of those boundaries, makes all the difference in the world.

Four United States Olympic Gymnasts, Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, McKayla Maroney, and Maggie Nichols testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on September 15th, 2021.  The women detailed how, after clear allegations emerged in 2015, and compaints were made to the FBI, The FBI failed to take action, and in fact, obfuscated the fact that they had failed to take action.  
McKayla Moroney described the horrific abuse that she had been subjected to by team "doctor" Larry Nassar, who is now serving a 125 year prison sentence.
The women called for accountability by the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) and USA Gymnastics for a culture where sexual abuse was allowed to go on for decades.  

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