....male and female created he them. The woman shall not wear that which pertaineth unto a man, neither shall a man put on a woman's garment: for all that do so are abomination unto the LORD thy God.
Genesis 1:27/Deuteronomy 22:5
In the article below, Harvard has gone off the deep end....and raised it's fist to God....as it CONTRIBUTES IRRESPONSIBLY TO GENDER CONFUSION AMONG THE YOUTH
"According to Campus Reform, the Ivy League school's Office of BLGTQ Student Life recently distributed a "fact sheet" to students on campus titled "Get the facts about gender diversity. Fight transphobia."
The document begins by asserting that "sex assigned at birth and gender identity are not necessarily the same."
"Sex assigned at birth, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, hormonal makeup, physical anatomy, and/or how one is perceived in daily life are not necessarily related," the sheet reads, adding that "there are more than two sexes."
According to the document, the concept of gender is "fluid and changing," can be expressed in a number of ways and can change on a daily basis.
|From the "Really" File|
"For many people — cis and trans — gender expression, identity, and self-understanding can change from day to day," the fact sheet claims. "For example, gender can be expressed through any, all, and/or none of the following ways: speech, mannerisms, clothing, reflecting on one's gender identity, sharing one's gender identity with family, friends, and/or co-workers, make-up, grooming, name and/or sex on legal documents, hormone therapy, and surgery."
The fact sheet concludes by implying that failure to comply and call people by their preferred name or pronoun is a "form of systemic violence."
Campus Reform reports that some Harvard students are upset that university funds were used to produce the BGLTQ office's handout. However, none were willing to risk punishment to speak on the record.
According to the BLGTQ office's website, it has existed at the school in some capacity since 1998 with the goal of fostering "a safer, more diverse, and inclusive campus by educating and engaging the Harvard community about the multiplicity of sexual and gender identities."
The office hosts a number of annual events, one of which is a "Queer Prom." The office also runs an "Allyship Workshop," to teach students how to act as an LGBT ally in the community." CP