For the second time in the past six months, the Boston Sunday Globe Magazine has run a huge story promoting sympathy for sex-change craziness. This past Easter Sunday, it did a feature on college girls having their breasts removed, then claiming to be men. Now we have a cover story (complete with an online video with background music) on a Boston area male physician who claims now to be female. It's a masterpiece of propaganda, the expansive coverage to be continued in next week's Globe.
The extremist elite is gearing up to pass the "Transgender Rights and Hate Crimes" bill (H1722) now filed in the Massachusetts Legislature. The Judiciary Committee is already being bombarded by visits and contacts by trans activists prior to the bill's hearing this Fall. Just as did the homosexuals, the trans activists know that most of our legislators cannot think clearly about anything, but instead respond to emotional propaganda (and/or payoffs, of course).
What's striking in this doctor's story is his total selfishness (he gives passing thoughts to family members and patients, but forges ahead with his insane plan because he needs to), and the apparent lack of a spiritual/moral component in his decision to "transition". He just didn't want to die without experiencing living as a woman, he says. It's also amazing how the psychiatric profession has bought into such wackiness. A gender therapist "helped" the doctor during his confused mid-life crisis -- by encouraging him to dress as a woman at their sessions.
Back to the Boston Globe. It has embarked, along with national media outlets including ABC, CNN and Newsweek, on a major desensitizing effort on the transgender/transsexual issue. It worked for the homosexuals, and it may work for the trannies. From the propaganda manual of the homosexual movement, After the Ball (1989):
PUSHING THE RIGHT BUTTONS: HALTING, DERAILING, OR REVERSING THE 'ENGINE OF PREJUDICE'
In the past, gays have tinkered ineptly with the engine of prejudice. Is it possible to tinker more favorably? We present (in order of increasing vigor and desirability) three general approaches [which are vastly better than what we've tried in the past]. These approaches, once understood, will lead us directly to the principles upon which a viable campaign can be erected.
From the point of view of evolution, prejudice is an alerting signal, warning tribal mammals that a potentially dangerous alien mammal is in the vicinity, and should be fought or fled. Alerting mechanisms respond to novelties in the environment, because novelties represent change from the usual, and are, therefore, potentially important. ... As a general physio-psychological rule, novelties cease to be novel if they just stick around long enough; they also cease to activate alerting mechanisms. ... If, however, gays can live alongside straights, visibly but as inoffensively as possible, they will arouse a low-grade alert only, which, though annoying to straights, will eventually diminish for purely physiological reasons. Straights will be desensitized.