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Silent classrooms reverberate with transgender agenda

Transgenderism | Advocacy group calls on students to carry gender-neutral message
by Leigh Jones
Posted 4/20/17, 10:32 am

Classrooms will be a lot quieter than normal on Friday if the pro-LGBT education group GLSEN has anything to say about it.

GLSEN is promoting April 21 as a day of silence, during which students stay mum to show support for classmates who suffer bullying because of their sexuality or gender dysphoria. The group also is encouraging supporters to contact state governors to call for pro-LGBT school policies.

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Illustration by Krieg Barrie

Easter hope for transgender hurt

Transgenderism | Christ died for sinners of all kinds to restore the image of God in people made for His glory
by Jamie Dean
Posted 4/14/17, 01:40 pm

It wasn’t intentional for WORLD Magazine’s recent cover story package on transgenderism to fall close to Easter, but in this week of reflecting on Christ’s death and resurrection, it seems fitting. (See “Suffer the children,” “Sounding the alarm,” and “Walt’s story.”)

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Federal court’s redefinition of ‘sex’ could have wide ripple effects

Courts | The 7th Circuit ruling adds sexual orientation to a list of classes protected under the Civil Rights Act
by Bonnie Pritchett
Posted 4/06/17, 03:49 pm

The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals issued a landmark ruling this week that redefines the term “sex” in the 1964 Civil Rights Act to include “sexual orientation.”

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