Militant demands by minority over gender and sexuality doctrines intrude upon majority

Militant demands by minority over gender and sexuality doctrines intrude upon majority, by the Mocker.

How quiche are the progressives of Canberra? Yesterday the ABC reported the ACT Legislative Assembly was considering removing gendered titles such as “Mr’’ and “Ms’’ following a submission by the local Labor caucus which expressed concerns that the traditional titles were “exclusionary”.

Should standing orders be revised accordingly, representatives will no longer use oppressive and restrictive titles such as “Madam Speaker’’. Chief Minister Andrew Barr would no longer be referred to as “Mr Barr’’, but “Member Barr’’. …

Talk about shoving the sexual revolutionary’s ideological agenda down our throats:

Last week The Australian reported [Victoria’s Department of Health and Human Services] was promoting the first Wednesday of every month as “They Day”. … Imagine composing an email along the lines of “Could you ask Barry if they can retrieve the file on such-and such?”

In attempting to justify this measure, the department advised in an email to employees: “There may be a gap between a person’s gender identity and your perception of the person.” You could retort there may be a gap between a person’s gender identity and reality, but in tolerance utopia that observation would probably result in your dismissal. …

Politics wanders into the bedroom:

You would think that transgender people, as with the rest of us, must respect that consenting adults are free to select their partners according to their sexual preferences — call them biases if you must — but [author Dr Zhana Vrangalova] implies otherwise. “The high rates of trans exclusion from potential dating pools are undoubtedly due in part to cisnormativity, cissexism, and transphobia,” she says …

Why do people tolerate this? They do so because they know that anything other than acquiescing in these increasingly nonsensical demands will result in their being ostracised, bullied and shamed.

hat-tip Stephen Neil