Gender. Sex. LGBTQI. Puberty blockers. Sex re-assignment surgery.
How do you explain all this to your sons and daughters? To your students? To the teens in your youth group? I hope the biblical and research information in these last nine posts will make you realize the need to engage them in discussions on gender and also give you confidence that what you say is true.
Here is a recap of some of the information in the recent posts, a translation of the text of the German video below:
Are boys and girls the same? No. They are different. Even when they are small, they are different. And those differences increase as they grow. Not only in their bodies, but in every way.
Some say, not really. They seem different, but it’s not because of their bodies. It’s because they are raised differently and treated differently, by their parents, by the family, by society, in school — by everyone. This is why they are not the same. Boys and girls are “constructed” this way. For gender ideologues this is a problem.
How can we solve this problem? We need to stop treating boys and girls differently. Then the differences will disappear, and boys and girls will be totally the same. But parents and families don’t understand. So the schools need to do it, away from their influence. Schools can erase these differences. Of course a father can wear a dress. Of course a girl can drive a truck. Of course a child can have two mothers. Or two fathers. If all the differences are erased, if everything male and female is mixed up, then everyone will be totally the same.
But then … How can I know if I am really a boy? How can I know if I am really a girl? Have we solved the problem? No! Now we have a new problem!
Let schools teach reading, writing, and math. Let them teach our culture. Let girls be girls and boys be boys.