Ask any liberal and they’ll probably tell you that there’s an endless amount of genders.
In fact, Facebook has just introduced 58 options of genders for their users to choose from.
And to name just a few, they include: agender, androgynous, cisgender, cis female, cis male, genderqueer, intersex, gender fluid, and of course, “other”.
A dictionary would definitely be needed.
So maybe it is okay to think genders can be fluid – it’s a free country after all – instead of calling it what it actually is by definition, a psychological disorder.
But where the American people have drawn the line is when it affects them, like when they have to pay with tax dollars for gender reassignment surgeries.
Luckily, a Texas Attorney General has put a halt to all that.
The Texas Attorney General recently won a nationwide preliminary injunction to block a new Obamacare mandate which would require taxpayers to fund transgender reassignment surgeries and abortions.
This new mandate defined “sex” as a state of mind, and was scheduled to take effect on the first day of 2017.
According to Breitbart:
“A federal district court judge granted Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s request to stop the Obama administration’s new federal health rules that would force the Employees Retirement System of Texas to amend its insurance coverage to provide for gender reassignment and abortions.
There are 500,000 employees that participate in the coverage.
In July, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services implemented a new rule that defined the term ‘sex’ in the Affordable Care Act (‘Obamacare’) to include a state of mind, not a biological fact.”
A statement released by Paxton read:
“The Obama administration is attempting to redefine the law so that the term ‘sex’ means one’s ‘internal sense of gender which may be male, female, neither, or a combination of male and female,’ even though the president lacks the authority to rewrite the law.”
When the law was originally created, Congress defined “sex” as biological because that’s what it actually is, but now they’re back-pedaling as apparently the terminology has “evolved”.
This new definition would prove to be harmful to state and health care workers because it would force medical professionals to provide sex transition services that may be against their religious beliefs.
And if a health care doctor or worker chose to refer a patient to another medical provider, then they would unilaterally be in violation of the new law.
The Texas Attorney General Paxton said:
“This runs roughshod over laws in Texas and other states that protect the independent medical judgment of doctors, which ensures the integrity of the doctor-patient relationship.
This striking example of federal overreach under Obamacare would force many doctors, hospitals and other health care providers in Texas to participate in sex-reassignment surgeries and treatments, even if it violates their best medical judgment or their religious beliefs.
I will always fight to protect the constitutional rights of Texans.”
The gender fluidity association is an epidemic gone out of control. It perpetuates a notion that if you’re unhappy with who you are, then you can just morph into who you want to be — instead of dealing with your problems in a healthy way. And that’s a psychological disorder.
The Obama administration attempted to mandate this nationwide, that if schools didn’t allow students to use the bathrooms and shower facilities consistent with whatever 58 different genders (and growing) they identified with, then they would be in violation of the law.
If the schools didn’t comply, they risked losing federal funding.
But thanks to Paxton, the federal judge’s ruling applies nationwide now.