Years ago, the brilliant legislature of the State of Hawai’i passed a law allowing people to use the public lavatories designed for members of the opposite sex. The governor signed it. This was the same Gov. David Igè who had trouble finding the password to his Twitter account during a supposèd missile attack by North Korea. Many people like me will breathe a sigh of relief at his retirement at the end of this year. Before the ink was dry on the new law, I decided to give it a test. I went to the state marina and asked the clerk behind the counter what she would do if I asked her for the key to the ladies’ room. She said she could not refuse to give it to me.
Author and speaker Matt Walsh has produced a documentary called What is a Woman? (You’ll find a link at the bottom of this post.) In order to do his research, Walsh flies around the country; he even flies to Kenya to find out how tribal people would respond to such a simple question. It’s a statement of the insanity of the perverted thinking of the age that he had trouble finding anyone who could give him a straight answer, especially among those experts who promote the transsexualism agenda. He didn’t have any trouble with the Kenyans, of course!
What is a blogpost like this doing on an Orthodox weblog? Well, the spiritual minutiae of Orthodoxy are worthy topics, but you have to lay those aside and grab a bucket when your house is on fire. We Orthodox have to address these moral issues before it’s too late.
What is a Woman? Here’s the link: