Thank you, plus an amusing take on the transgender gender scam

by CynthiaYockey on January 1, 2018

@Peachyoughurt is one of my Twitter friends who, like me, is working to undo the transgender coup. But why not start 2018 with a smile?

The term “gender” was appropriated from grammar in 1955 by Johns Hopkins psychologist John Money in his paper, “An Examination of Some Basic Sexual Concepts: The Evidence of Human Hermaphroditism,” about conditions now called differences of sexual development (DSD), which were formerly called intersex. It was a scam from the beginning to give priority to stereotypes of public presentation over physiology. Dr. Money evaded exposure as a fraud and an abuser for over forty years.

Now “gender” is a mis-direct used by transgender activists, a shell game they can use to keep well-intentioned people busy looking for a pea that isn’t there while their pockets are being picked. Don’t fall for the con. There are dimorphic sexed bodies, there are stereotypes of what is masculine or feminine, nothing else. A man in a dress does not have a gender. He has a sex: he is a man in a dress. He must live in the world of men and his pronouns are he, him, his.

I want to thank my dear friend, Stacy McCain, for rallying his readers to donate the money I needed today to keep my internet service turned on. I have new opportunities in 2018 to work and make money, which I am looking forward to, including finishing my book. I want to thank all my kind and generous donors who got me through this challenge. However, I must apologize that most of the donation notices PayPal sent me did not include the donor’s email address, so I couldn’t send them a thank you email and the gift report I promised to all donors. If you didn’t receive a thank you note, please comment on this post–your email address will not be published, but I’ll be able to see it and send you a thank you email with the gift report. Thank you!

I wish you all a happy new year and every blessing always! ❤


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