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Majority of Americans believe gender determined at birth, against biological males in women’s sports
A new poll found that the majority of American adults believe gender is determined at birth and are against biological males competing in women’s sports.
On Friday, a new Washington Post-KFF poll dropped with insights into Americans’ views on transgenderism in the nation, our schools, and women’s sports.
The poll found that 57 percent of American adults believe gender is based on the sex “assigned” at birth while 43 percent say a person could change their gender later in life.
‘God is Trans’ exhibit at ‘very liberal’ NYC Catholic Church raises eyebrows for take on gender identity
A new exhibit at a “very liberal” Manhattan church is raising some eyebrows for its religious take on gender identity.
The “God is Trans: A Queer Spiritual Journey” display at the Church of St. Paul the Apostle has some parishioners scratching their heads — and seems to run counter to the Catholic Church’s stance on the transgender community.
Archdiocese Investigating Catholic Church’s ‘God Is Trans’ Exhibit
The Archdiocese of New York is investigating one of its parishes after reports of a new art exhibit surfaced on Monday.
The Church of St. Paul the Apostle in Manhattan surprised parishioners when it displayed the three-painting work by artist Adah Unachukwu, which depicts the spiritual journey of an LGBTQ+ person. The display, titled “God Is Trans: A Queer Spiritual Journey,” isn’t the first time the church has publicly welcomed members of the LGBTQ+ community, but the exhibit is now a concern for the archdiocese.
Reconciliation: The False Promise of Trudeau’s Sunny Ways
Justin Trudeau’s smiling face is being beamed from a giant screen into a cavernous conference hall as he lauds the benefits of Canada’s mineral and oil wealth to an audience of Indigenous youth. “I’ve said it before, and I promise I’ll say it again, but as young people, you’re not just the leaders of tomorrow, you’re the leaders of today,” he tells them
The myth of the ‘stolen country’
Last month, in the middle of the Covid panic, a group of first-year university students at the University of Connecticut were welcomed to their campus via a series of online ‘events’. At one event, students were directed to download an app for their phones. The app allowed students to input their home address, and it would piously inform them from which group of Native Americans their home had been ‘stolen’.