Steve Gonzales/Genesis

Design and identity

Homosexuality | Reclaiming a high view of male and female sexuality 
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 5/23/18, 04:04 am

Nancy Pearcey’s new book, Love Thy Body: Answering Hard Questions about Life and Sexuality, helps us understand how to respond when a Wisconsin resident born male becomes a high-school prom queen and a Missouri resident born female sues a school district. Pearcey is a professor at Houston Baptist University and the author of Total Truth and other books.

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The Gill Foundation

A push to win converts for the LGBT agenda

Sexuality | A new ad campaign uses emotional appeals to rally support for so-called nondiscrimination laws
by Kiley Crossland
Posted 4/20/18, 03:11 pm

A Denver-based foundation this week released an ad campaign aimed at winning converts to the LGBT cause. But critics argue the campaign ignores the more complex questions surrounding what the government labels a protected class and when it should intervene. 

The Gill Foundation, run by wealthy LGBT activist Tim Gill, unveiled the “Beyond I Do” campaign—which includes video, print, and radio ads—on Wednesday. The campaign is projected to get at least $15 million in donated media support, including TV and radio time and billboard space.

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Ze said, xe said

Language | The pronoun police have a clear goal—and it isn’t clarity
by Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted 3/29/18, 01:52 pm

We are seeing the revenge of the pronoun. It (I use the word advisedly) has long been abused by practitioners of English, and its time has come. It has sat in the shadow of the noun, created for no other lot than to give the noun rest, some second-string surrogate, forever the bridesmaid and never the bride. “He must increase, but I must decrease,” said the Baptist happily of Jesus. But the pronoun is not happy.

No more. Pronouns are having their day.

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