R U a Boy or Girl?

“It’s not like the stereotype where the king has to be a jock and he’s there with the cheerleaders anymore,” said.., a senior. “We live in a generation now where dudes are chicks and chicks are dudes.”

FRESNO, Calif. – When school officials announce the name of the Fresno High School prom king on Saturday, Cin-thia … will be wearing a tuxedo just like the six boys vying for the honor. Administrators agreed to reverse a district protocol this week that limited males to compete for the title after C… was nominated by her classmates.

“I would never have run for anything if I had to wear a dress,” said …, who considers herself transgender, an umbrella term that covers all people whose outward appearance and internal identity don’t match their gender at birth.

Transgender student runs for prom king

Gay youth advocates called it a landmark victory for campus gender expression and said they believe it’s the first time in the U.S. that an openly transgender student has run for prom royalty.

Prom royalty?
Well this one really goes off the rails.

Welcome to the muddled and baffled world of late twentieth-century gender politics.

Shams are spreading throughout this globe at the speed of light.

Well guess what.
Recognizing that one is a man or woman and knowing how you are at variance physically and psychologically from the other sex is good.
Healthy, good and….um…normal.


That’s right. I said “normal.”
You do remember that dontcha Libs?
Don’t answer that.


Ooops. I made a value judgement. That was just so un-PC of me.

All this courtesy of the voices of the life-denying Leftards, my friends, who feel right at home with the life-denying Islamorobot-Killers of Death and destruction.

Given all the PC rubbish flung at kids and young teens, it’s a marvel they aren’t all manifestly bewildered about their “gender identity.”


The fact is that that many men living in this radical feminist culture feel confused about who they are as men.

Girls are spoon fed that their “self esteem” emanates from weighing less than 90 lbs and dressing like whores.

But…Gender uncertaintly contributes to the Rad Libs’ goals of social and political reform…or should I say revolution..
Watch out..incest is the next sin ..taboo..to go.

Women choosing to marry and become “stay at home moms”, (the new acceptable term for “housewife”)…can’t be celebrated as unique to the female gender….No.


Of course no one on the Leftard PC payroll will admit this Truth:

about….er………Sexual Identity Confusion.

Responses to Sexual Abuse.

Boys, like girls, usually respond to abuse with sexualization (cross-dressing, etc.)

Sexually abused boys later have greater sexual identity confusion and increased likelihood of homosexuality.

Victims, even at a young age, tend to show considerable concern over their gender identity.

Some research shows that boys who were sexually molested by older men were four times more likely to be engaged in homosexual activity than non-victims.

General Initial Effects of Sexual Abuse

1-Confusion or anxiety over sexual identity
2-Inappropriate attempts to reassert masculinity
3-Recapitulation of the victimizing experience

Boys may react differently to sexual abuse.
Boys may have a greater tendency to “act out” (externalize) their emotional with disruptive behaviors.
Effects of Sexual Abuse

Girls may have a greater tendency to “act in” (internalize) and become anxious or depressed.

Another dirty lil secret the PC Machine doesn’t want you to know.

It is more likely that the family where the boy is being abused will not be headed by a father.

(Watkins, B. & Bentovim, A. (1992). The sexual abuse of the male children and adolescents: a review of current research. Journal of Clinical Psychology & Psychiatry, 33(10), 197-248.)

The principal, vice-principal and staff of Fresno High School, are a collective piece of work, whose views are trumped only by their utter disdain of what our country really stands for,.. its religious history along with all its morals and tradtional values.

Just another example of the “repeat until true” subjectivism unbridled today.

Now class, write this on the chalkboard 100 times:
Dudes are chicks and Chicks are dudes.


My unsoliticed advice?
Never put both feet in your mouth at the same time, because then you don’t have a leg to stand on.


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20 Responses to “R U a Boy or Girl?”

  1. Stanford Matthews says:

    I assume you are aware of the argument that the fall of the Roman Empire was a result of a cultural shift to unisex. Well, I believe I hear the walls crumbling now. Can you hear it? Can you?
    I need to restock the bar.

  2. Always On Watch says:

    Gay youth advocates called it a landmark victory for campus gender expression…

    At the high school level? Next thing you know, we’ll find such “victories” in kindergarten!

    Of course, this latest surrealism is from California. Figures!

  3. Perri Nelson says:

    Another consequence of the left’s inability to recognize evil, or to accept that evil exists.

    Sodom and Gomorrah had nothing on 21st century America….

  4. Maggie M. Thornton says:

    The mind-bending begins in Kindergarten. By high-school the acceptance by the system is full-blown, and the in-your-face, “I’m normal” – “You’re the one that’s weird” – is upon us.

    I’ve written and deleted here, several times. Guess I’d best leave it here.

    Maggie’s Notebook

  5. Stanford Matthews says:

    Careful, y’all, they will label you homophobes. And you know how that will hurt your feelings.

  6. Avoiceofreason says:

    It’s a rough thing to see this happening to so many young people. I have a feeling there are so many factors regarding gender disorders, and that most of them, as you allude are societal rather than the rare, but real situation where a person is more psychologically able to identify with the opposite gender than their own.

    Certainly the blurring of traditional characteristics of gender is at the least a mixed blessing. I think a good deal of this is in part due to family roles and influences of the society at large.

    So many things to research, as I contemplate what to do my dissertation on, so little time.

  7. KKarLLmMM says:

    I am so confused…here i am, a VERY skinny person living in a fat man’s body…there must be some hope for me…passing a hydrant got to go, i do so miss my dog!!!
    Thanks for the great idea Angel, next time a policeperson stops me for speeding… i will explain…i am a very slow person living in a very fast car, and i do have rights..I shutter at the possibilities at the next stop…WELCOME TO THE TWILIGHT ZONE!!!!

  8. Jungle mom says:

    Angel, I sent you an email, did you get it? Anyway, I agree with you about the post. I think you read my”test”. I had added some later. But in the email I explained a little more.

  9. nanc says:

    as long as it’s not MY daughter going to the dance with it!

  10. No Apology says:

    Angel, just remember that any such ‘victories” are at the same time red flags which put the light on this crap espoused by the radfems, and backed by the ACLU, NEA, etc. These kids are being actively taught that this is a proper attitude toward themselves and their fellow humans. Masculinity is under testosterone lock-down in our schools. Publicity is good. Otherwise this stuff goes on under our radar. Let’s get it all out there under the light of day. I still say homeschooling is the best way to go. Good stuff.

  11. Mustang says:

    To anyone who supports public education, let me say that this is your product. It may be true that your children are being educated, but they are not being well educated. True, your children are learning, but they are learning all the wrong things. There are dozens of school systems who say that they are advocates for abstinence, and yet at the same time, they sponsor gay and lesbian clubs for “confused” teenagers. Some people argue that parents must take a greater role in the education of their children; this story demonstrates that some parents are complete idiots who should never have become parents in the first place.

  12. Brooke says:

    Scary, scary stuff!

  13. American Crusader says:

    This wouldn’t be the first country/Empire to fall because of sexual depravity.

    I wonder if cin-thia was nominated as a joke by the student body? Personally, I wouldn’t want my senior year remembered for having a transgendered prom king…but that’s just me.

  14. Debbie says:

    Stanford Matthews is correct. I hear the walls crumbling also. Give me a manly-man and a woman who looks like a woman. If Got had wanted this, he would have MADE us uni-sex.

  15. Gayle says:

    This is just unbelievable, Angel. There are times when I think I fell asleep years ago when The Twilight Zone was first being run on television, and I haven’t woken up yet. It simply gets stranger and stranger!

  16. Joe Gringo says:

    Dudes are dudes and chicks are chicks……end of story.

    Thank God I live in an area highly populated by Mormons (I’m not) good school system and great neighborhoods, wait they may be bad…….my kids may be jaded when venturing out and growing up.

    Man I’m glad I didn’t grow up with this crap.

  17. Right Truth says:

    Legislating your thoughts, feelings, and beliefs…

    The wicked witches of Congress are stirring up a nasty brew, a bill to legislate your ‘”thoughts, feelings, and beliefs” into criminal offenses and put Christians in the bull’s-eye.’ What was considered politically correct (or is it politically in…

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  20. Beauchesne says:

    Great pst!