Why Transgenderism Is Immoral
People are like water; without proper guidance they seek their lowest level.
– Paul Dawson
When in 2015 former Olympian Bruce Jenner came out as a transgender person, Glamour Magazine named him one of its 25 Glamour Women of the Year. A few months later Time Magazine had Jenner on its eight-person shortlist for the 2015 Person of the Year. Although Jenner did not quite top the Time List, he did win the Social Media Queen award at the Teen Choice Awards, which was one among many honors he received during that eventful year.
To most normal people all this adulation may seem a little misplaced for a biological male who fathered six children and says that he is a woman. The acclaim and accolades that Jenner has received over the last six years, however, are characteristic of the drift of our popular culture which has been promoting transgenderism as something good, positive and wholesome.
But nothing could be further from the truth. Rather than living a life of fulfilment and happiness, the vast majority of those who adopt this lifestyle face a lifetime of suffering and desolation that usually culminates in a premature death.
And yet this reality is being concealed behind the false imagery and language that are used to portray this deleterious lifestyle. The result is that many who embark on this path are largely unaware of the dangers inherent in their choice.
It is, therefore, important that we use correct language when discussing this matter. The term that most accuratel
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