Virginia teacher wins lawsuit after being suspending for denouncing transgender pronoun policy

LEESBURG, Virginia (LifeSiteNews) – The embattled school board of Loudoun County, Virginia, agreed to permanently reinstate a teacher suspended for criticizing a radical transgender policy enacted by the board earlier this year.

A settlement that the school board agreed to on Monday prohibits retaliation against Byron Tanner Cross, a physical education teacher at Leesburg Elementary School. The settlement also requires the school district to remove any references to Cross’ suspension in his personnel file and pay $20,000 of his legal fees.

The Christian elementary school teacher had sued the Loudoun County school system in May after being put on administration leave for denouncing a then-proposed rule to force teachers to use transgender pronouns, among other things. Cross slammed the policy at a school board meeting that month as a violation of his religious convictions and said that it constituted “abuse to a child.”

“I will not affirm that a biological boy can be a girl and vice versa because it’s against my religion, it’s lying to a child, it’s abuse to a child and it’s sinning against our God,” Cross said at the meeting.

The transgender policy, which the Loudoun County School Board approved in a 7-2 vote in August, requires employees to refer to gender-confused students by the pronouns they request, “without any substantiating evidence” and “regardless of the name and gender recorded in the student’s permanent educational record.”

Policy 8040 also allows students to use bathrooms and other private, sex-specific spaces and compete on sports team according to their “gender identity” rather than their biological sex.

After his suspension, Cross filed a lawsuit against the school board arguing that it engaged in illegal viewpoint discrimination and violated his First Amendment right to freedom of speech. A local court reinstated Cross in June as the lawsuit played out, and the Virginia Supreme Court ruled in his favor three months ago.

“Teachers shouldn’t be forced to promote ideologies that are harmful to their students and that they believe are false, and they certainly shouldn’t be silenced from commenting at public meetings,” Cross’ attorney, Tyson Langhofer of Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), said in a statement Monday.

Biology Denying professor advocates to destigmatize pedophiles in new book

In an interview with Prostasia‘s Noah BerlatskyOld Dominion professor Allyn Walker justified feelings of pedophilia and the people who have them. Walker wants to destigmatize feelings of pedophilia, digs into the idea that pedophilia is simply a sexual orientation that a person should not act upon, and claims that trying to get pedophiles to not be pedophiles would be akin to “conversion therapy,” which they say is “not at all effective.”

Walker claims that there’s a difference between sexual offenders and pedophiles, or as she terms them, “minor attracted persons.” So-called MAPs, Walker said, can be attracted to minors regardless of whether or not they have gone through puberty. Their attraction to minors, Walker claims, is not immoral if they haven’t acted on it.

Walker, who uses they/them pronouns, was speaking about the research in their new book, A Long Dark Shadow: Minor Attracted People and Their Pursuit of Dignity, a book justifying the feelings of pedophiles. Walker is an assistant professor in the sociology and criminal justice department at Old Dominion University.

Parents sue Florida school district over colluding with daughter to change her gender identity

Parents in Leon County, Florida, are suing the school district for holding a meeting with their teenage daughter about her chosen gender identity without their knowledge or consent. The parents have warned that the district’s LGBT policies create a “wedge” between students and their parents. 

January and Jeffrey Littlejohn filed a lawsuit against the school board, Superintendent of Schools Rocky Hanna and Assistant Superintendent, Equity Officer and Title IX Compliance Coordinator Kathleen Rodgers in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida on Oct. 18. 

In the lawsuit, the Littlejohns accuse the defendants of violating their substantive due process right to direct the education and upbringing of their children under the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and other rights guaranteed to them by state and federal law by excluding them from a meeting with school officials discussing their 13-year-old daughter’s gender identity. 

Vernadette Broyles of the Child and Parental Rights Campaign, a legal organization created two-and-a-half years ago “specifically to stand with and help parents who are in some way or the other … seeking to protect the well-being … of their child from gender identity ideology,” is one of the attorneys representing the Littlejohns in the litigation. 

In an interview with The Christian Post, January Littlejohn and Broyles elaborated on the lawsuit and the events that led up to it.

Littlejohn explained that her daughter, who is now a high school student, began undergoing treatment for gender confusion in the summer before the start of the 2020-’21 school year. She attributed her daughter’s gender confusion to peer pressure from her “friend group because three other children in that same friend group had come out as nonbinary or transgender within the previous six months.” 

While Littlejohn told one of her daughter’s teachers at Deer Lake Middle School that she was “seeking mental health counseling and she was experiencing distress that we weren’t affirming her at home because we didn’t feel like it was in her best interest,” she did not expect the school to begin referring to her daughter using they/them pronouns and give her the option to sleep in the same quarters as her male classmates on an overnight school field trip. 

Littlejohn only found out that the school had taken such action because her daughter revealed to her that she’d had a meeting about her “nickname,” with the concerned parent telling CP that “that’s kind of what we refer to it as.”

She said her daughter then asked, ‘“isn’t it funny that they asked me what restroom I wanted to use?”’

Loudoun County schools covered up rape, prosecuted a concerned father to protect transgender agenda

The Daily Wire has published an intense investigative piece that exposes a deep rot in Virginia’s public school system — one that should force parents all over the country to question whether public school officials, both elected and unelected, care about their students at all.

The story highlights the arrest of a Virginia father who tried to protest pro-transgender policies the Loudoun County School Board was trying to implement at a June 22 meeting. Scott Smith was trying to tell the board that this ninth-grade daughter had been raped in the girl’s restroom by a boy wearing a skirt. Another woman at the meeting, a leftist community activist, told Smith she didn’t believe his daughter. He fired back, a police officer stepped in and grabbed Smith’s arm, Smith yanked it away, and then he was arrested.

More alarming than Smith’s arrest and subsequent prosecution, however, were the county’s attempts to hide what had happened to his daughter.

At that same school board meeting, the county’s superintendent claimed concerns about transgender policies were unreasonable because the school system had no record of a sexual assault ever taking place in a school bathroom.

This might be true, since school officials persistently tried to downplay the assault of Smith’s daughter. They tried to avoid getting law enforcement involved, telling Smith they would handle it “in-house,” apparently in order to prevent controversy over their transgender policy. They also downplayed the assault when communicating with other parents, describing the incident as “something out of the ordinary.” And finally, they transferred the assailant to a different school, where he went on to sexually assault another student just a few months later.

The Daily Wire’s Luke Rosiak writes:Two girls, allegedly sexually assaulted in school, four months apart, by the same person. And so far, the only person to be convicted of a crime is the victim’s father.

A school policy passed following what appear to be false statements from the superintendent — a policy whose passage would have been politically impossible had Smith’s story seen the light of day.

This is truly outrageous. Loudoun County failed Smith, his daughter, and every single other parent who sends their children to its schools. School officials covered up what happened to Smith’s daughter so they could force through an unpopular and dangerous policy in the name of inclusion. When Smith tried to protest, they arrested him.

And as Rosiak notes, the local leftist prosecutor, known generally for being soft on criminals, nonetheless went out of her way to throw the book at Smith for daring to speak out about the transgender rapist who victimized his daughter.

How could Loudoun County parents possibly justify sending their children back to such schools as the ones these people run?

Pronoun Coercion in Canada

There are many places around the world where the current transgender madness has become fully institutionalized and caused extensive damage to the lives of confused young people. But one of the very worst jurisdictions, as far as sheer sanity is concerned, is the Canadian province of British Columbia.

A few months back I wrote about a postman in Vancouver who ended up in jail because he dared to protest when his troubled daughter, after talking with her school counselor, was launched, beginning at age twelve, and at first without his knowledge, on the now familiar path toward “gender-affirmation surgery” – that is, irreversible mutilation of her sexual organs.  

But that postman’s story isn’t the only bonkers trans-related news from B.C. Last December, the provincial judiciary – acting on “guidance” from an activist body called the Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Community (SOGIC) – instructed lawyers that thenceforth, whenever they identified themselves to a judge in a courtroom, they would be expected to announce their pronouns of choice as well as the pronouns of their clients.

When an attorney named Shahdin Farsai submitted an article critical of this new policy to a Canadian law journal called The Advocate, the editors accepted it only to change their minds for fear that it would lead to a human-rights complaint. A shorter version of the piece later appeared in The Canadian Lawyer, but the editors, after receiving furious responses from readers, pulled the article from their website and posted an apology.

Farsai and other critics of the new policy then called for a debate about it at the annual meeting of the Law Society of British Columbia, which takes place today, October 5.

“There are three issues here,” says James Heller, one of the policy’s critics. “How the transgender activists in the bar managed to get the judges to do this in the first place, the wisdom or merit of the directives (or lack thereof), and the importance of at least keeping a ‘safe space’ for lawyers of all people to discuss this subject.”

Jordan Peterson, recalls Heller, first gained international attention with his opposition to Bill C 16 (2017), requiring Canadians to honor one another’s chosen pronouns. Peterson’s warning that the bill, if passed – and it did pass – would lead to situations beyond anyone’s imagining has now come true. “We’re deeper into Candyland,” says Heller, “where lawyers, and anyone coming into court, are forced to announce their own pronouns now. This is all an encroachment on common sense, not to mention the lawyer’s own sense of self and likewise his or her client’s. Most people are secure in how the world sees their gender or sexual identity and have no interest in pretending that that’s an uncertainty that must be continually addressed.”

Heller adds that “C 16 would not likely have passed if we had known just where this was leading. But the critical concern central to our resolution is that we must be able to talk about these things. We can’t have legal periodicals scared off from hosting essential discussions and debates in which lawyers consider issues, ruminate, persuade, and refine their understanding. That isn’t ‘hate speech,’ last time I looked.”

On October 1, CBC Radio broadcast a segment about the pronoun issue in B.C. courts. Host Gloria Macarenko had one guest: Margot Young, whom Macarenko identified as a law professor at the University of British Columbia.

In fact, Young is not just any law professor. Her bio at the university’s website identifies her as a teacher of “social justice law,” as “the Director of the Social Justice Specialization at the law school,” as a research associate with “the Centre for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice at UBC,” as “co-editor of the collection Poverty: Rights, Social Citizenship and Legal Activist,” as “a member of the editorial boar[d] of the Canadian Journal of Women and Law” and an associate of “the Feminist Alliance for International Action.”

In other words, she’s not just a lawyer and law professor. She’s one of those hard-core academic activists who believe in using the law – twisting it, mangling it, turning it inside out and upside down – to advance radical causes.

In this case, the cause is transgender ideology.

Asked by Macarenko what this matter was about, Young characterized it as a matter so trivial that any protest was either frivolous or outright hateful. Lawyers, when introducing themselves in a court case, now have to state not only their names but also their pronouns, to wit: “I use she/her pronouns. My client uses he/she pronouns.” This, Young assured Macarenko, amounted to a “very minor change” that “gives the court important, key information” and “saves transgender or nonbinary people from…distressing misgendering.”

How then, asked Macarenko, can this new policy be criticized? Young professed to find it “hard to understand the criticism.” The complainants, she noted, describe the policy as an “infringement with free speech,” a “transgression of privacy,” and “an ideological move by the court.” But, she added, “if you ask me to explain – I just can’t.”

Macarenko laughed merrily. The message was already clear. To raise one’s voice in protest against this innovation was risible. Never mind that at no time in human history had people in courtrooms ever been compelled to announce their pronouns. Precedent is crucial in the practice of law; but in B.C. it had been swept aside tout de suite to accommodate a new trend backed by a powerful activist lobby.

Young took the oh-it’s-no-big-deal line: there are always “changes in language”; this new policy was just “catching up with what is a common-sense practice these days”; it was only about being “Inclusive and respectful of transgender and binary individuals.”

You might think that there’d already been years of intense worldwide conversation about this pronoun stuff, and that after endless back-and-forth the whole business had finally been more or less settled. But no: this new twist has happened virtually overnight, foisted on institutions by activists who plainly didn’t want the public to have a voice.

And it’s clear why. Most people have common sense. A man can’t be a woman. A woman can’t be a man. All the surgery in the world can’t change that.

To be sure, for a long time transsexuals had been a tiny minority, mostly content to be left alone. Most of them had had extensive surgery, were taking hormones regularly, and made an effort every day to look as much as possible like members of the opposite sex. They asked only to be referred to as members of that sex. As a rule, the rest of society went along. Not because anyone thought that, say, the famous travel writer Jan Morris, born James Morris, was really a woman, but because it seemed harmless to pretend that she was, just to be kind.

But this is no longer about being kind. Suddenly, in the last few years, everything changed. People who identify as transgender are no longer a vanishingly tiny minority. Identifying as the opposite sex is now a hot trend. Pronouns are no longer just pronouns – they’re markers of specialness. Today, men calling themselves women and women calling themselves men are all over the place. And they’re not asking to be left alone. They’re demanding that every longstanding institution, every centuries-old practice, every rule and regulation, be adjusted to account for their reality-defying claims of gender identity.  

It’s supremely irrational. But somehow, in certain countries, and above all in the Anglosphere, buying into this madness has become the supreme hallmark of whether one is a member of the sophisticated elite or of the vulgar deplorables.

So it was that Macarenko, interviewing Young, laughed again. How could any civilized person protest such a plainly humane measure as the new pronoun rule?

She asked Young what the critics of the policy meant by “forced speech.” Young replied by calling that charge “trivial, silly.” As for the complaint that B.C. lawyers had not been consulted on the new policy, she countered that “the court did its job on consultation” by meeting “with marginalized communities” and “with some committee” (perhaps she meant the SOGIC).

Admittedly, the judiciary had chosen not to consult with potential critics of the new pronoun dispensation. And Young felt this was an entirely proper decision: “they have quite rightly refused to open up a broader conversation or debate over this.” Why? Because “some issues are not up for debate.” This, after all, was a matter of “human rights.”

And there you have it: an example of the slithery sleight of hand at the center of this entire movement. It’s all about “human rights” – case closed.

No, it’s not about “human rights.” It’s about reorganizing society around an ideology centered on sweeping identity claims that have no basis whatsoever in reality. It’s about transforming millennia of human practice to accommodate a bizarre, irrational craze whose promoters have consistently used intimidation tactics to stifle even the slightest open debate about it. Even to ask questions, they insist, is to show disrespect – or even to invite suicide.

Another B.C. lawyer, in another interview with another journalist about the new pronouns policy, added to the “human rights” argument another familiar claim: that to oppose any accommodation of trans people was to deny their very existence. “I’m afraid the resolution actually is an expression of suspicion about whether trans people are real,” attorney Adrienne Smith, who identifies as non-binary, told City News.

“I don’t think trans identity is something that should be debated,” said Smith. “I don’t think our entitlement to dignity and respect and human rights protection is something that should be debated.” But dignity and respect for an individual are one thing; accepting that individual’s claim to be a member of the opposite sex, and his or her demand that any number of social and legal conventions be upended on his or her account, is another.

Yet another B.C. attorney, Kyla Lee, wrote yesterday in Lawyers Daily that taking the arguments against the new policy to the logical extreme “would suggest that lawyers could permissibly debate the merits of slavery.” In other words, not having a court respect whatever pronouns you decided to use when you woke up this morning is comparable to involuntary servitude.

Echoing Young and Smith, Lee declared this matter “beyond debate.” They all want it to be beyond debate. Because this is a debate that, if held rationally among members of society at large, they would lose.

Toward the end of her interview with Macarenko, Young implied that critics of the new B.C. pronoun policy were guilty of “hate speech” – even though she admitted that she hadn’t “read either” of the articles about the policy by Farsai. Finally, as if what she’d already said hadn’t been disturbing enough, Young closed by charging that the critics of the new policy were, by doing so, taking inappropriate advantage of their freedom of speech – which, she declared, as if it were the most obvious of truths, has its limits.

Even at that point, Macarenko chose not to push back. As the interview wound up, one thing was clear: these two were a tag team. Their common purpose was to send out the message that this pronoun decree is the new orthodoxy. Today B.C., tomorrow the world: dissent at your peril! If you do, you’ll be laughed at, accused of hate speech – and, if the enforcers of the new orthodoxy get their way, worse. Much worse.

Trans-identified man who exposed his penis to girls at Wi Spa is registered sex offender

A trans-identified man who exposed his genitals to women and girls at Wi Spa in Los Angeles has been charged with five counts of indecent exposure for that incident after being allowed to enter the women’s-only area despite being a registered sex offender.

More than two months after a video of a woman confronting employees at Wi Spa for allowing the naked man to walk into the women’s only section went viral, The Los Angeles Times is reporting that Darren Merager of Riverside County was “charged Monday with five counts of indecent exposure” and an arrest warrant has been issued in his name.

The publication noted that “Merager has been a registered sex offender since 2006, as a result of convictions for indecent exposure in 2002 and 2003, according to the LAPD.”

The Instagram video of the woman’s complaint has amassed over 188,300 views since June 24. “It’s OK for a man to go into the women’s section, show his penis around the other women, young little girls underage, your spa, Wi Spa, condoned that. Is that what you’re saying?” she asked, demanding a response.

When the employee mentioned the man’s “sexual orientation,” the woman asked, “What sexual orientation? I see a d***. It lets me know he’s a man.” She repeatedly told the employee that “he’s not a female.” 

In December 2018, Merager was arrested for indecent exposure after he “exposed himself to women and children in the women’s locker room of West Hollywood Park.” The New York Post obtained a copy of an internal flyer sent to law enforcement agencies in southern California suggesting that Merager identifies as a woman for predatory purposes.

“Merager claims to identify as female so he can access women’s locker rooms and showers,” the flyer read. Merager has pleaded not guilty to all six counts of indecent exposure filed in response to the West Hollywood incident and is due back in court on Sept. 8. 

In an interview with The New York Post, Merager denied all allegations of wrongdoing, asserting that “Everything about the Wi Spa was a bunch of garbage and lies.” According to Merager, “She never saw me naked. I was underwater with water all the way up to my chest.”

Additionally, Merager characterized the incident at Wi Spa as part of a “pattern of abuse” against trans-identified people who use sex-segregated spaces that correspond with their gender identity instead of their biological sex. He further argued that “people simply claim indecent exposure and you’re arrested.”

The registered sex offender also called for “an indecent exposure exemption” for trans-identified people who use spaces where they plan to be completely nude.

Merager indicated to the Post that he had been in contact with the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office after becoming aware of the warrant and planned to surrender to authorities. In addition to facing multiple charges for indecent exposure over the years, Merager was arrested for the 2012 theft of $3.2 million worth of art, jewelry, wine and a car from the home of billionaire investor Jeffrey Gundlach. In early 2014, he was sentenced to four years in prison for committing the crime.

After the exchange between a woman expressing outrage at Merager’s presence in the women’s section of Wi Spa and one of the business’ employees went viral, another woman came forward to discuss a similar experience she had there more than a year earlier. She alleged that a “person with a penis and a beard got into the hot tub naked with my 6 year old daughter on Jan. 7th 2020.” 

The woman was one of several people who attended a protest outside the Wi Spa that turned violent when the far-left militant group Antifa showed up to harass and assault people. She left the protest after the violence broke out and elaborated on the encounter in a YouTube video.

“The person with the penis sat down on the edge of the hot tub … with his genitals fully on display,” she recalled. “Me and the other women in the hot tub kind of looked each other in the eye and we just kind of made this face like ‘what the heck?’”

The woman explained that she was trying to block her daughter “from seeing the penis on the person with the five-o-clock shadow who was not trying to look like a woman at all.” She maintained that other women who requested that the man cover up said that he refused. Upon learning of what happened, Wi Spa staff apologized to the woman and gave her two free passes to the spa.

The Human Rights Campaign’s 40 Years of Colluding With Sexual Predators

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical Left and Islamic terrorism.

Alphonso David, the head of the Human Rights Campaign, the country’s top gay rights lobby, is in trouble for helping former Governor Cuomo smear one of his accusers. After Cuomo’s resignation, the HRC has launched an internal investigation into Alphonso’s actions.

And with Cuomo gone and his presidential ambitions gone with him, the HRC has little reason to keep one of the former cronies of New York’s political boss at the head of the gay rights lobby.

The involvement of an HRC leader with a top Democrat accused of sexual misbehavior isn’t news. HRC bosses are usually Democrat operatives selected for their close connections to the party’s elite. Alphonso’s predecessor, Chad Griffin, did work for Obama and the Clintons. His predecessor, Joe Solmonese, was an Obama campaign co-chair and a DNC CEO. 

The ideal HRC boss is a consultant and fundraiser with the ear of a future president. 

Picking Alphonso was a bad bet on Cuomo. The future HRC boss had been Cuomo’s consigliere after working his way through various ‘deputy-ships’ in New York State’s civil rights industrial complex from the Special Deputy Attorney General for Civil Rights to the Deputy Secretary and Counsel for Civil Rights. That won Alphonso a seat at the right hand of the state’s vicious crime boss, dictating threatening letters to fellow Democrats on Cuomo’s behalf.

HRC got a leader who had the ear of the most powerful man in New York and was being touted as a future president. And Cuomo got a crony tapped into HRC’s powerful fundraising network. If everything had worked out, the Cuomo-HRC alliance would have gone to the White House. 

Instead, Cuomo is looking for a new job and the HRC’s first black boss is stuck answering some awkward questions about his role in enabling the predatory sexual habits of his disgraced white heterosexual boss. 

When HRC picked Alphonso, it wanted to move on from Chad Griffin, whom Harvey Weinstein had called “my friend”. The monstrous movie studio boss had been a major HRC donor who had used the gay rights group to promote his movie projects. In one of the more shameless HRC-Weinstein co-productions ever, the gay rights lobby had joined the sexual predator’s Oscar campaign for The Imitation Game by placing full-page ads in the New York Times.

During his reelection campaign, Cuomo spoke at HRC’s gala and the gay rights group backed his campaign. Next year, Alphonso, Cuomo’s counsel, took over HRC. And HRC went on to repeatedly promote Cuomo. 

But the entanglements didn’t end there. 

At the end of last December, a top Cuomo aide contacted Alphonso, who was heading HRC, to show him a tweet calling Cuomo “one of the biggest abusers of all time” and requested the “full file” of the woman who had tweeted it. Even though Alphonso was no longer working for Cuomo, he still had a copy of the accuser’s file. Cuomo aides then sent the file on to reporters even though it was labeled “privileged” and “confidential” in order to take them down.

A Cuomo aide showed Alphonso a draft of a letter attacking the accuser and the HRC boss agreed to help find signatories for a pro-Cuomo letter. The head of a civil rights group was participating in a secret plot to defend his old boss at the expense of his accuser.

The Alphonso pick was supposed to help the HRC move on from the Weinstein mess, but Governor Cuomo’s counsel had already been involved in it when he wrote a letter to the Manhattan DA on behalf of Cuomo blasting him over his handling of the Harvey Weinstein case. 

Then Cuomo suspended the investigation after a $25,000 check from Weinstein’s old lawyer.

The HRC whored itself out to Cuomo, the way it had to Weinstein, to the Obamas and the Clintons. Like the rest of the elite coalition, its primary cause was party politics. And as the HRC head was helping Cuomo fight allegations of sexual harassment, it was no longer all that clear who had co-opted whom. Had HRC co-opted top Democrats or had they co-opted HRC?

“The Human Rights Campaign markets itself as champions for LGBT Americans. In reality, it champions left-wing Democrats – apparently even those guilty of sexual harassment – and bullies anyone who gets in their way,” Charles Moran, the head of Log Cabin Republicans, wrote. “Next time corporations donate money to the Human Rights Campaign, they can stop deceiving their customers that they’re supporting LGBT Americans. They’re supporting radical and corrupt left-wing politicians.” 

But the HRC was tainted from birth. 

HRC was co-founded by Terry Bean who had donated $1 million to the group and whose name decorated its headquarters. The Oregon gay rights activist from a powerful political family didn’t just build up the organization, but invented its signature template of combining massive fundraising for Democrats with political influence that had made HRC such a powerhouse. 

Bean raised $500,000 for Obama alone who named him a “great friend and supporter” and gave him a ride on Air Force One. The HRC co-founder remained on its board until he was arrested in 2014 on charges of sodomy and sexual abuse committed against a 15-year-old boy. 

The HRC co-founder’s former lover claimed to have discovered a hidden camera in a smoke detector which had shown half a dozen men “in a state of nudity engaged in intimate acts with [Bean].” This was the same man whom Bean had taken on a private tour of the White House and to an Obama fundraiser. Not to mention the birthday party of Portland’s former Mayor Sam Adams who had been accused of grooming a 17-year-old intern and exposing himself to an assistant. (Adams now works as the director of strategic innovations for Mayor Ted Wheeler.)

The teenage boy briefly disappeared after allegedly being paid off by Bean. He reemerged in 2019 alleging that his progressive lawyer had made a secret deal with Bean, forged his signature on the agreement, and gave him only $5,000 of the $220,000 settlement. This wasn’t too implausible because his lawyer was later accused of embezzling millions from her clients. 

Bean was arrested and his former lover was convicted on sex abuse charges. 

HRC has written Bean out of its history, but the past isn’t as easy to revise as that. The group recently moved out of Harvey Milk’s old digs. The Human Rights Campaign has long made use of Milk’s iconic image for its brand. The accusations against Bean easily pale in comparison to the truths about Milk who lured underage runaway teens and was a key Jim Jones supporter.

Before too long, the Human Rights Campaign will probably replace Alphonso David. 

The presidential aspirations that Cuomo had dedicated his career to are now in ashes. HRC will need a political operative closer to someone more useful than a disgraced ex-governor.

And with Biden pushing 80 years and Kamala Harris pushing 40 in the polls, that’s up in the air. 

But it’s a good bet that HRC’s next leader will be a career operative with a track record of doing the dirty work of the powerful men and women who are at the top of the Democrat food chain. And the Human Rights Campaign will eagerly help whichever future president it has settled on violate anyone’s civil rights as long as it gets its donors one step closer to the center of power.

The HRC is as much about gay rights as about the power and profit of its donors. Gay rights is a great brand for wealthy people looking to influence politicians under the umbrella of civil rights. And so the corporate money will continue rolling in and the big donors will fund major galas as long as the future presidents, the speakers and majority leaders keep coming to rub elbows.

As feminists have argued, rape is really about power. So is the Human Rights Campaign.

Biological Man Kataluna Enriquez has won the title of Miss Nevada USA

Kataluna Enriquez, a biological male who identifies as a woman, has been crowned Miss Silver State USA, which is described as the “biggest preliminary competition for the Miss Nevada USA pageant.”

Enriquez bested the biological females in the competition, putting him in the position to compete for the state’s competition, Miss Nevada USA, with hopes of competing in the bigger contests, Miss USA and Miss Universe.

“Miss Silver State was a great experience,” Enriquez told local outlet FOX 5, describing it as a “celebration of womanhood and diversity and this celebration of being your true self.”

Enriquez detailed his experiences competing in other pageants outside of the state, one of which asked for documents from a doctor. The competitor described the request as “invasive.”

“It brought me back to time where I felt like I was not welcome,” Enriquez said as the outlet noted that he was not assigned a roommate by the competition, which Enriquez declined to name out of fear of retribution:

Enriquez said she understands change doesn’t come easily and some beauty pageants may not be ready for transgender title holders. FOX5 looked at the rules of the pageant Enriquez said discriminated against her and nowhere do they say competitors must be born biologically female.

“I have a great feeling about Nevada … I am looking forward to it,” Enriquez added.

The news comes as Democrats continue to pursue the Equality Act, which effectively changes the legal recognition of sex in favor of gender identity, opening the doors for biological males to compete in women’s competitions and operate in traditionally single-sex spaces, such as locker rooms and homeless shelters.

Glamour magazine recently included a biological male in this year’s Women of the Year awards, identifying transgender model and activist Munroe Berdorf as a “gamechanging influencer

Glamour magazine has chosen its women of the year!

Can you guess what comes next…?

— Lily Maynard (@LilyLilyMaynard) March 12, 2021

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Virginia Tech Football Player Says He Killed Tinder Match After Discovering He Was a CrossDressing Man Possibly Preying on Unsuspecting Heterosexual Males

Virginia Tech freshman linebacker Isimemen Etute has been accused of beating a man to death for catfishing him on Tinder.

The 18-year-old player reportedly told the Blacksburg Police that he went to an apartment expecting to meet a woman named “Angie” that he said he met on the dating app, according to the Roanoke Times.

Instead of meeting a woman as expected, though, prosecutors say Etute met 40-year-old Jerry Smith.

Furious, Etute left the man’s apartment but police say he returned on May 31. It was then he reportedly attacked the man. Investigators say that Etute admitted to them that he punched the man in the face five times and then “stomped” him.

Investigators also said that Etute didn’t call the police even though he heard “bubbling and gurgling” coming from the victim. Police found Smith’s body a day later. An autopsy revealed that Smith died of blunt trauma and all the bones in his face were broken.

Etute was arrested on June 2 and was charged with second-degree murder.

At a hearing on Wednesday, Etute’s attorney said that the attack was more than just “more than someone just showing up to an apartment and punching someone.”

During the hearing, Etute said the charges have hit him “real hard.”

“I’m trying to stay strong for the people that support me, I feel like I’ve let a lot of people down … I’m truly sorry for my actions,” he told the court.

Etute’s lawyer, Jimmy Turk, later told the media that the incident is an example of why someone shouldn’t misrepresent themselves.

“Nobody deserves to die, but I don’t mind saying, don’t pretend you are something that you are not,” Turk said after the hearing. “Don’t target or lure anyone under that perception. That’s just wrong.”

Etute was released to monitored home confinement on a $75,000 bond.

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Lawsuit filed after teacher suspended for speaking about gender ideology at public school board meeting

ASHBURN, Virginia, June 2, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) – Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) attorneys representing a Leesburg Elementary School teacher filed a lawsuit against Loudoun County Public Schools Tuesday after officials suspended him for voicing his objections to two proposed school policies during the public comment period of a school board meeting. The policies would force teachers to violate their conscience as educators and their deeply held beliefs by requiring them to address students with their chosen pronouns rather than the ones consistent with their biological sex.

The teacher, Tanner Cross, attended Loudoun County’s school board meeting May 25, where he respectfully explained his concern for students who struggle with gender dysphoria and also his concern about being forced to speak something he knows to be false and to violate his beliefs. Two days after the meeting, the school informed Tanner in a letter that he was being placed on administrative leave “pending an investigation of allegations that [he] engaged in conduct that had a disruptive impact on the operations of Leesburg Elementary School.”

“Public schools have no business compelling teachers to express ideological beliefs that they don’t hold, nor do they have the right to suspend someone simply for respectfully providing their opinion at a public meeting,” said ADF Senior Counsel Tyson Langhofer, director of the ADF Center for Academic Freedom. “The school district favors a certain set of beliefs on a hotly contested issue, and it wants to force Tanner to cry uncle and endorse them as well. That’s neither legal nor constitutional, and neither was the school’s move to place Tanner on leave.”

ADF attorneys sent a letter to the school district Friday explaining that placing Tanner on leave and barring him from campus because of his constitutionally protected speech constituted illegal retaliation. ADF requested that the school reinstate Tanner, rescind the suspension and remove the letter from his file, and refrain from any future retaliation against protected speech if the district wished to avoid legal action.

The school responded to the letter by doubling down on its unconstitutional actions and stating that it intends to stand by its decision to suspend Tanner. In response, ADF attorneys filed suit against the school district Tuesday and asked the court to immediately halt the enforcement of Tanner’s suspension.

As the lawsuit Cross v. Loudoun County School Board filed in Loudoun County Circuit Court explains, the school board’s actions violated the Virginia Constitution when it punished Cross by retaliating against him for expressing his beliefs in a public forum, and also violated his free exercise of religion by discriminating against his religious beliefs.

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Black Lives Matter co-founder resigns amid speculation over lavish spending

May 28, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) — Openly homosexual Black Lives Matter (BLM) co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors announced her resignation as the group’s executive director Thursday amid controversy surrounding the personal wealth she amassed during her tenure.

The New York Post reports that she says it “feels like the time is right” to step down in favor of working on a book and television deal, claiming to have “created the infrastructure and the support, and the necessary bones and foundation, so that I can leave.”

In April, reports surfaced that Khan-Cullors has in recent years purchased no less than four high-end residences totalling $3.2 million, which provoked questions about how she could afford such purchases, having been paid just $120,000 from 2013 to 2019 (roughly $17,000 per year) in her capacity as a BLM spokesperson. 

Black Lives Matter co-founder resigns amid speculation over lavish spending | News | Lifesitenews

To Demi Lovato: With all respect, you are not non-binary

To Demi Lovato: With all respect, you are not non-binary

I do not write this to be cruel or judgmental. And I certainly don’t want to hurt anyone. To the contrary, I want to help. But I do write with a sense of urgency, both to the nation and to confused individuals like Demi Lovato, the latest to identify as non-binary and want to be called “they.”

To the nation, I say this: Wake up! We are losing touch with reality and engaging in dangerous semantic and ideological games. Worse still, we are not providing the real help that struggling people need.

To Demi Lovato, I say this: You are not non-binary, existing outside the realm of male or female. You are a confused woman needing help from the inside out. That’s why I will not refer to you as “they.” And I truly say this in love.

Before we look at Lovato’s recent announcement, let me repeat what I have said many times before (here, quoting from a 2016 article), if perception is substituted for reality, there is no end to the social madness that follows.

You do not just have a man being named Woman of the Year.

You do not just have a white woman who identifies as black.

You have a father of 7 who identifies as a 6-year-old girl.

You have a man who identifies as a dog named “Boomer.”

You have a young lady who believes she is a cat trapped in a woman’s body.

You have a man who has his ears removed because he identifies as a parrot.

And you have a man who changed his identity to female but who has now had “her ears and nose REMOVED to transform into a ‘dragon lady’ with scales, a forked tongue and a horned skull.”

But why not? More power to him/her/it! If that’s what he/she/it perceives himself/herself/itself to be, why not?

To ask once more: why not? And how can there be any possible limit as to where this goes? There cannot.

America, wake up. We are descending rapidly into cultural madness.

That’s why the Urban Dictionary carries an entry on the term “transvaxxite,” defined as, “A person who identifies as having been vaccinated even though they haven’t actually been vaccinated.”

And the Dictionary provides this example of actual usage: “Although I was not born fully vaccinated, I identify as vaccinated. Or in other words I am a transvaxxite.”

But, to repeat my question yet again: Why not? Why is this perceived (or made-up) reality any less real than a biological male identifying as a woman or a white woman identifying as black? Where does one draw the line? And based on what?

When it comes to someone like Demi Lovato, we are not talking about a person who is intersex, suffering a serious biological or chromosomal abnormality, because of which that person cannot truly identify as male or female. Such individuals deserve great compassion and sensitivity, and every case will be different in terms of what brings them emotional and physical wholeness.

As for Lovato, in her own words, “this best represents the fluidity I feel in my gender expression. . . . I’m doing this for those out there that haven’t been able to share who they truly are with their loved ones.”

In other words, “I don’t feel like I’m really female, and I’m not male, so I’ll just identify as non-binary, in solidarity with others who share these feelings.”

Put another way (and using my words, not hers), “I am deeply confused.”

That’s why compassion compels me to say, “Let’s pray that she will get the help she really needs,” rather than saying, “They are doing a good thing and I am so proud of them.”

Yet the secular media, fully embracing this cultural madness, immediately complies, producing sentences like this (in this case, from AP News and with my emphasis): “Lovato said they picked gender-neutral pronouns as ‘this best represents the fluidity I feel in my gender expression.’ They added, ‘I’m doing this for those out there that haven’t been able to share who they truly are with their loved ones.’”

And what if, tomorrow, Lovato says, “I’ve rediscovered my female identity and wish to be referred to as ‘she’”? Then the media will comply again, and “they” becomes “she” (unless, of course, Lovato ends up identifying as transgender, in which case “she” would become “he”).

To be clear, my heart goes out to this young woman, despite her fame and wealth, and despite her saying with pride, “Today is a day I’m so happy to share more of my life with you all — I am proud to let you know that I identify as non-binary.”

And I don’t doubt that some of her motivation is to show solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community, meaning that her motives might even be commendable.

But that doesn’t change the fact that there is nothing non-binary about her (according to everything we know) other than the fact that, on the inside, she is confused and hurting.

Such people do not deserve our scorn or mockery. God knows, that is the furthest thing from my mind. But such people do deserve our love, and love will always tell the truth.

In this case, that truth is simple: Demi, you are a woman, not a non-binary person, and the Lord wants to help you find wholeness and peace from the inside out, in your true biological identity.

The AP article referenced Allen Ramos of GLAAD, who “said nonbinary people live outside the categories of male or female and should be respected for who they are.”

But if I truly respect someone, I will not be a partner to their own delusion. Instead, I will commit to helping them to find their way back to reality, since our biological sex is not subject to our emotions or perceptions. It is what it is.

When it comes to Lovato herself, the article noted that, “The singer behind such hits as ‘Sorry Not Sorry,’ ‘Heart Attack’ and ‘Stone Cold’ recently shared their personal struggles with mental health and addiction in a YouTube documentary, which followed their journey prior to and following a near-fatal overdose in 2018.”

I suggest this is where we should put our focus, recognizing her non-binary announcement as just another symptom of an internal struggle rather than as something to celebrate.

Unfortunately, in keeping with today’s cultural insanity, in which right is called wrong and wrong is called right, for making this compassionate suggestion, I will be branded a hateful bigot.

So be it. I would rather have my love called hate than be a partner to the destruction of our culture.

To Demi Lovato: With all respect, you are not non-binary | Voice | The Christian Post 

Philosopher Michel Foucault, Pedophile and Founder Of Queer Theory raped Arab Children

April 7, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) — Almost without exception, the architects of the Sexual Revolution have proven to be reckless hedonists and, in many cases, sex criminals who took their theories of pelvic liberation to horrifying but logical conclusions. It is long past time that we re-examined the history of our cultural transformation in light of these facts.

Alfred Kinsey was a voracious sado-masochistic bisexual who shot illegal porn movies in his attic. Marriage-hopping Margaret Mead also had an affair with a female colleague. Hugh Hefner was a notorious pervert with an alleged fascination with bestiality.

And it has been long known that Michel Foucault, the French celebrity intellectual and post-structuralist philosopher, was an unapologetic hedonist. A sadomasochist, Foucault was one of the first publicly “out” figures and died of AIDS in Paris in 1984.

Foucault is, unfortunately, one of the most influential philosophers of our era, the founder of “wokeness,” the father of critical race theory, and the man who lent academic credibility to progressive activists and politicians. His work was the inspiration for “queer theory,” as Foucault frequently argued that sexuality existed on a spectrum and that sexuality was socially constructed. Naturally, this meant there was nothing unnatural — or wrong — in the realm of sex.

In fact, in 1977 Foucault signed a petition calling for the legalization of sex with thirteen-year-old children. Thus, it should be no surprise that new evidence has been uncovered indicating that the French philosopher may have been a pedophile rapist. According to an article published by the Sunday Times on March 28:

The philosopher Michel Foucault, a beacon of today’s “woke” ideology, has become the latest prominent French figure to face a retrospective reckoning for sexually abusing children. A fellow intellectual, Guy Sorman, has unleashed a storm among Parisian “intellos” with his claim that Foucault, who died in 1984 aged 57, was a paedophile rapist who had sex with Arab children while living in Tunisia in the late 1960s.

Sorman, 77, said he had visited Foucault with a group of friends on an Easter holiday trip to the village of Sidi Bou Said, near Tunis, where the philosopher was living in 1969. “Young children were running after Foucault saying ‘what about me? take me, take me’,” he recalled last week in an interview with The Sunday Times.

“They were eight, nine, ten years old, he was throwing money at them and would say ‘let’s meet at 10pm at the usual place’.” This, it turned out, was the local cemetery: “He would make love there on the gravestones with young boys. The question of consent wasn’t even raised.”

Sorman claimed that “Foucault would not have dared to do it in France”, comparing him to Paul Gauguin, the impressionist said to have had sex with young girls he painted in Tahiti, and Andre Gide, the novelist who preyed on boys in Africa. “There is a colonial dimension to this. A white imperialism.”

Sorman says that French journalists on the trip, as well as other witnesses, had to have known about Foucault’s behavior, but that his god-like status bought him immunity — or at least, silence. Sorman called his own failure to report Foucault to the police “extremely morally ugly,” and these allegations — first laid out in his new book My Dictionary of Bullshit — come at a time when many elite figures have been facing accusations of sexual misconduct and child abuse.

Academics are already admitting that these revelations might have a serious impact on Foucault’s legacy.

These allegations, coming as they do amid so many other exposés, have promoted something of a reckoning. The Sunday Times notes that Luc Ferr, “a philosopher and former education minister, argues that his contemporaries have much to answer for. ‘People had forgotten that 1968 thinking promoted paedophilia,’ he wrote in Le Figaro. ‘Every adult had the right[,] even the duty, they argued, to awaken the sexuality that the bourgeoisie was hiding.’”

In 2019, Dan Hitchens wrote a fascinating essay for First Things titled “How Revolutions End.”

He notes that there has been a re-examination of the sexual attitudes spawned by the Sixties and the horror with which we now regard the child abuse perpetrated by some elite figures. Pedophilia was openly advocated not just by a few despised activists, but by a number of cultural icons. Could the current reconsideration of these figures and their actions, Hitchens wonders, be a hairline crack in the Sexual Revolution’s gleaming façade?

Maybe. At the very least, we now know who Foucault really was — and where his ideas led him. We should take great care not to follow him.

Philosopher Michel Foucault, founder of ‘wokeness,’ may have been pedophile rapist | Blogs | Lifesitenews

The Last 3 Dem Governors of New York Sexually Harassed Women

For 20 years, Democrat sexual predators have run the state of New York.

For 13 years, the terms of the last three Democrat governors, sexual harassers have held down the office. And for 20 years, Democrat attorney generals who were sexual predators ruled.

It’s quite an achievement for a national and state party that claims to protect women.

“There is a disrespect for women that this administration chronically exemplifies. After the #MeToo movement, they did absolutely nothing when it came to sexual harassment,” Governor Cuomo ranted about President Trump during the Kavanaugh nomination.

That was the same year that Cuomo had halted an investigation into Manhattan DA Cy Vance’s mishandling of the Weinstein case back in 2015, six days after Cuomo got a $25,000 check from the law firm that had represented Weinstein in 2015, which had donated $10,000 to Vance.

Vance’s office had also asked a judge to reduce Jeffrey Epstein’s sex offender status so low that he wouldn’t be listed as a sex offender. “Can Cyrus Vance, Jr., Nail Trump?” the New Yorker recently asked. Better ask Harvey Weistein and Jeffrey Epstein about Vance’s track record.

Governor Cuomo has pivoted from condemning President Trump’s “disrespect for women” to accusing his female accusers of secretly working for Trump. The #IStandWithCuomo hashtag is being used to spread claims that Cuomo is being taken down to help President Trump.

If there’s anyone who knows how to really respect women, it’s Cuomo.

But it’s hard to complain about Cuomo sexually harassing and groping women. Let alone be surprised that Cuomo kept up the great tradition of his predecessors.

David Paterson, Cuomo’s blind black predecessor, whom he ousted by digging up dirt, revealed at a press conference that he began to have an affair after his wife cheated on him. Paterson admitted to the affair, though denied having a child out of wedlock, to avoid being blackmailed.

“I think we have a marriage like many Americans, maybe even like many of you,” Paterson told reporters. Considering he was addressing the media, he was probably right.

After denying that he had affairs with anyone on his staff, he eventually admitted to sleeping with a number of women, including his director of community affairs. He later reached a settlement to head off a sexual harassment lawsuit from his chief of staff whom he had allegedly hired while having an affair with her and then fired after breaking up with her.

Paterson also faced accusations of witness tampering when he called the girlfriend of a top aide after she filed a police report accusing his aide of choking her and throwing her against a mirror.

All of this was a refreshing change from his predecessor, Governor Eliot Spitzer who had picked Patterson as his Lieutenant Governor. Spitzer was forced to resign when he was caught patronizing prostitutes and allegedly used campaign funds to cover the hotel bills.

So the obvious next step was a job at CNN where his show never took off.

In what seems to be a troubling pattern with New York Democrats, one of Spitzer’s prostitutes claimed that he liked choking her. The prostitute then claimed that she was pimped out by the Manhattan DA’s office a few years before it was trying to keep Epstein off the sex offender list.

Spitzer had started out as the Attorney General of New York back in 1998, Cuomo took over from him in 2006, and Eric Schneiderman succeeded Cuomo in 2010.

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman was forced to resign after multiple women accused him of choking and assaulting them. One of the accusers said that Schneiderman, a progressive Democrats, kept calling her his, “brown slave”. Another claimed he had declared, “I am the law”.

Sexual predators have held the office of the Attorney General of New York for 20 years from 1998 to Schneiderman’s resignation until 2018. The current officeholder is a woman.

It’s a hell of a record.

Governor Cuomo claimed that the Trump administration “chronically exemplifies” a “disrespect for women”, but it’s New York Democrats who can’t seem to stop preying on women.

All of the New York Democrat abusers were professional feminists.

“A year before Roe v. Wade, I graduated from high school, went to Washington DC, and got a job working in an abortion clinic. I learned an important lesson at a young age. If a woman does not have the right to control her own body, she is not truly equal. She is not truly free,” Schneiderman had tweeted, while he was choking women and telling them they were slaves.

On MSNBC, Eliot Spitzer claimed that he was a feminist with a record of “devout dedication to women’s rights, on the issues of choice”, and urged voters to “look at the totality of my record,” and not just the parts that allegedly involved taking away a women’s choice to breathe.

“James says I’m a feminist and she’s right,” Cuomo had once boasted at a Planned Parenthood event, referring to the Attorney General now investigating him for sexual harassment. “God told me I was a feminist.”

Governor Cuomo had created the Women’s Equality Party as his own platform, and had read a speech attacking President Trump, in which he declared, “As a New Yorker, I am a Muslim. I am a Jew. I am Black. I am gay. I am a woman seeking to control her body. We are one New York​.”

Cuomo then went on to blame Jews for the pandemic while preventing women from being able to control their bodies with his meaty hands.

All part of the track record of the “national leader in the fight against sexual harassment.”

Democrat sexual predators were able to get away with their deranged behavior because they pretended to be feminists, and feminist leaders, celebrities, and the media were happy to help.

Planned Parenthood alone has provided cover for numerous Democrat sexual predators.

But New York is still something special. If Cuomo is toppled by his own #MeToo moment, that will mean that the last three Democrat governors were forced out of politics due to scandals.

It will also mean that three Democrat AGs were actually career sexual predators.

The media will carefully avoid connecting these dots because they peel back the mask and reveal the true face of their own political movement and the political faction at the top.

The Democrats don’t protect women. Like Bill Clinton and Joe Biden, they prey on them.

The Last 3 Dem Governors of New York Sexually Harassed Women | Frontpagemag

Woman Rushed to Hospital After She’s Injured by Botched Late-Term Abortion

An ambulance was called to the Women’s Med Dayton (WMD) abortion facility on January 13, 2021, for a woman who was suffering heavy bleeding after an abortion.

The WMD worker who called 911 seemed shaken and often stammered during the request for an “urgent” transport of a 25-year old woman to Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio, for treatment that would not be provided by the abortion business.

“I’m in need of an urgent, but not emergent, transport to the hospital for heavy bleeding after a pregnancy termination,” she stated, in an attempt to downplay the obviously upsetting emergency.

The caller’s statement about the medical incident being a non-emergency likely prompted the ambulance to run without lights and sirens.  It usually takes longer for ambulances to respond when they are running silently.

Abortion facilities have been known to down-play serious injuries or ask for no lights or sirens so less attention is drawn to the fact a woman was injured during an abortion.

Women’s Med Dayton is owned by nationally-known late-term abortionist Martin Haskell, who dubiously claims he invented the now-banned Partial Birth Abortion procedure that was once done on babies in the latest stages of pregnancy.

In 2019, after a four-year court battle with the Ohio Department of Health, the facility was due to be stripped of its abortion license for failing to comply with emergency safety requirements.  Haskell’s facility had difficulty qualifying for a variance that allowed him to operate as long as he had approved agreements with back-up physicians to provide hospital care to abortion patients suffering abortion complications in lieu of a written transfer agreement with a local hospital.

In order to keep the ODH from revoking the abortion facility’s abortion license in 2019, newly-appointed ODH Executive Director Amy Acton reached an agreement with Haskell to slightly change the name of his facility and reapply for a new license and variance, both of which she immediately granted.  This secretive move raised controversy and allegations that Acton conspired to circumvent a court order and ODH regulations in order to keep Haskell’s abortion facility open.

Acton was later forced to resign after Operation Rescue published a series of exposés that showed her links to abortion groups, her participation in pro-abortion Democrat Barack Obama’s first presidential campaign, and information provided by her estranged mother about her troubled childhood that did not jive with accounts Acton related to the public.

During the January 13 incident, abortionist Jeanne Corwin was on duty at Women’s Med Dayton, according to local activists.  Keith Reisinger-Kindle of Wright of State Physicians Group, who is listed on Haskell’s current variance, was tapped to provide hospital care for the bleeding woman at Miami Valley Hospital where he holds hospital privileges.

“There are very real health and safety issues at Women’s Med Dayton, and this latest 911 call is just more evidence that the facility should have been closed.  Instead, an underhanded change in paperwork has allowed it to continue endangering the lives of women and taking the lives of innocent children,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman.  “We again call on the Ohio Department of Health to investigate the injury at the Women’s Med Dayton abortion facility on January 13, and place an emergency halt on all abortions there until it can be closed for good.”

Please contact the Director of the Department of Health Stephanie McCloud and ask her to investigate safety issues at the Women’s Med Dayton abortion facility using the ODH Web E-mail Form or call (614) 466-3543.

False Rape Accuser: Nikki Yovino

BRIDGEPORT — A judge refused to end early the probation for a young woman convicted of making false rape allegations against two former Sacred Heart University football players.

Pointing out that Nikki Yovino had agreed to the plea bargain, Superior Court Judge Tracy Lee Dayton denied a request to reduce the probation by half.

Media Hide Sex in Transgender Crime Report

Media reports blamed a “woman” for an alleged murder attempt by a man who reportedly says he is transgender.

The alleged attacker slashed the husband of a woman with whom he was seeking to elope. “Woman stabs Venice man with a machete in attempt to steal his wife,” said the November 27 headline at

The Sarasota Herald-Tribune headlined its November 24 story, “Machete-wielding Maine woman charged with attempted murder in Sarasota County.” But the newspaper’s fifth paragraph acknowledged the suspect is a man:

A Sheriff’s Office arrest report states that a couple were in bed when someone broke into their home and began hitting them with an object. The husband identified his attacker as Robert Gibson, who he told police transitioned from male to female and identifies as Alana.

The November 24 headline at the New York Post said, “Florida woman charged in machete attack wanted to be with man’s wife: deputies.” The paper’s fourth paragraph hinted at the reality, saying, “Witnesses told investigators Gibson, who is identified in jail records as female, then began to strangle the man’s wife as she tried to stop the onslaught, deputies said.”

The alleged crimes include a break-in, machete strikes, a physical fight with another man, and a high-speed chase. NBC2 reported

Gibson broke a window to get into the Venice home, then used a machete to to stab the man multiple times. While Gibson was stabbing him, the man’s wife attempted to stop the slashing. Gibson then choked the woman she was there to whisk away.

Gibson was eventually detained by the victim’s roommates but was able to get free and attempted to drive her car away from deputies, according to the report.

Gibson took deputies on a chase spanning more than 20 miles into Charlotte County. Gibson confessed to the crime at the Punta Gorda Police Station Sunday. The male victim was rushed to a Sarasota hospital where he did survive his injuries.

The misidentification of suspects’ sex is increasingly common in media reports of crime — even when there is a video of the alleged crimes. The cause is unclear, but journalists’ organizations have allied with transgender groups to promote the claim that a person’s self-declared gender overrides their male or female sex.

Transgender advocates claim that two million Americans say they are transgender to a greater or lesser extent. But very few people who describe themselves as transgender undergo cosmetic surgery of the genitals. Only about 4,118 Americans surgically altered their bodies in hospitals from 2000 to 2014 to appear like members of the opposite sex, according to a pro-transgender medical study. A Pentagon report commissioned by former Defense Secretary James Mattis said that “rates for genital surgery are exceedingly low- 2% of transgender men and 10% of transgender women.”

Media Hide Sex in Transgender Crime Report (