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  • LGBT 'equality' laws lose their foundation: Evidence shows sexual orientation can change

    by Peter Sprigg

    April 5, 2019: In 2008, the Advocate, the leading LGBT news magazine in the U.S., ran a cover that starkly declared, in all capital letters, "GAY IS THE NEW BLACK." It was a dramatic illustration of an assertion (explicit or implicit) that has been at the heart of the LGBT rights movement-the idea that "sexual orientation" is "immutable," or incapable of change.

  • Evidence Shows Sexual Orientation Can Change

    by Peter Sprigg

    March 27, 2019: Many of the advances of the homosexual movement have been based on the claim that sexual orientation is "immutable." For example, Justice Anthony Kennedy's majority opinion in the 2015 ... (more)

  • Opinion: 'Gender X' wages war on reality

    by Peter Sprigg

    March 25, 2019: Does New York City allow residents to have "gender-neutral" birth certificates? The idea seems so absurd that the question was posed to Snopes - the website best known for debunking various urban legends. In this case, however, the claim - that "New Yorkers can select a gender-neutral option on their birth certificates" - received a rating of "True."

  • Department of Defense on Why Those with "Gender Dysphoria" Are Disqualified from Military Service

    by Peter Sprigg

    February 6, 2019: Before 2016, persons who identified as "transgender" (those whose psychological "gender identity differs from their biological sex") were generally disqualified from military service. In 2016, during its last year, the Obama administration reversed that policy. However, in July 2017, President Trump announced he would return to the previous policy, and in March 2018, Defense Secretary James Mattis issued a 44-page "Report and Recommendations" laying out a new policy to exclude those with "gender dysphoria" from the military. Although lower federal courts had blocked implementation of the Trump/Mattis policy in four lawsuits, in January 2019 the U.S. Supreme Court put these lower court rulings on hold, allowing the policy to be implemented pending further litigation.

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