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Green Bay Diocese Compares Being Trans to Sexual Abuse

The Diocese of Green Bay, Wisconsin, released a new policy regarding LGBTQ students in its Catholic Schools that equates being transgender to being sexually abused. The Diocese, led by Bishop David Ricken, published the new gender policy last month in its Education Policy Manual for the 2022-2023 school year.The manual explains how to “restrict” participation in the Catholic education of transgender students, staff, volunteers, and ally parents.The manual contains a section titled “Catholic Principles of Human Sexuality,” which promote current Church doctrine on sexuality and gender, including the idea that there are only two sexes, that every person’s body, as created by God, cannot be altered through social transition or medical interventions, and that heterosexual marriage is the ideal relationship for raising children and continuing the propagation of the faith.The manual also compares homosexuality or “expressing a gender that is discordant with one’s biological sex” with other sinful behaviors that are viewed as reprehensible or crude among polite society, including: the use of vulgar language, “immodest dress or deportment,” masturbation, pornography, fornication, adultery, cohabitating outside of marriage, obtaining an abortion, and sexual harassment or abuse. Section 5045 of the “Education Policy Manual” mandates that trans and non-binary people be addressed as their gender at birth, rather than based on how they identify.Based on this understanding, schools are expected to refuse to allow trans-identifying children to use their preferred names or pronouns, access gender-specific facilities that do not match their assigned sex at birth, or take puberty blockers to prevent the onset of secondary sex
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Green Bay Diocese Compares Being Trans to Sexual Abuse
The Diocese of Green Bay, Wisconsin, released a new policy regarding LGBTQ students in its Catholic Schools that equates being transgender to being sexually abused. The Diocese, led by Bishop David Ricken, published the new gender policy last month in its Education Policy Manual for the 2022-2023 school year.The manual explains how to “restrict” participation in the Catholic education of transgender students, staff, volunteers, and ally parents.The manual contains a section titled “Catholic Principles of Human Sexuality,” which promote current Church doctrine on sexuality and gender, including the idea that there are only two sexes, that every person’s body, as created by God, cannot be altered through social transition or medical interventions, and that heterosexual marriage is the ideal relationship for raising children and continuing the propagation of the faith.The manual also compares homosexuality or “expressing a gender that is discordant with one’s biological sex” with other sinful behaviors that are viewed as reprehensible or crude among polite society, including: the use of vulgar language, “immodest dress or deportment,” masturbation, pornography, fornication, adultery, cohabitating outside of marriage, obtaining an abortion, and sexual harassment or abuse. Section 5045 of the “Education Policy Manual” mandates that trans and non-binary people be addressed as their gender at birth, rather than based on how they identify.Based on this understanding, schools are expected to refuse to allow trans-identifying children to use their preferred names or pronouns, access gender-specific facilities that do not match their assigned sex at birth, or take puberty blockers to prevent the onset of secondary sex
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Video of Ted Lieu Reciting What Jesus 'Said About Homosexuality' Goes Viral
Ted Lieu standing in silence after he said he would recite what Jesus Christ "said about homosexuality" has gone viral.The California lawmaker was giving a one-minute speech on the House floor on Wednesday, which he used to criticize the GOP for pushing through a number of bills targeting LGBTQ people.During his speech, Lieu cited a story in The Washington Post with the headline GOP lawmakers push historic wave of bills targeting rights of LGBTQ teens, children and their families.The article noted how Republicans have filed nearly 200 state bills relating to LGBTQ restrictions between January and March, including banning school books which discuss gay or trans issues or preventing transgender youth from playing competitive school sports in teams that align with their gender identity.Lieu then cited another Washington Post article from April entitled Some Republicans fear party overreach on LGBT measures, in which GOP figures spoke out against the so-called "don't say gay" laws first introduced in Florida."I just thought I would now recite for you what Jesus Christ said about homosexuality," Lieu said before standing in silence for more than 20 seconds."I yield back" he then concluded.A clip of Lieu's speech was posted onto Twitter by user @Acyn, who frequently posts snippets of interviews and public comments from lawmakers. The footage of Lieu has been viewed more than 1.3 million times.Lieu made a similar remark in a June 5 tweet in which he criticized baseballer Jason Adams and the other Tampa Bay players who refused to wear the rainbow flag logo on their uniforms over the weekend to commemorate the start of Pride month."Pitcher Jason Adam should read the New Testament.
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Tampa Bay Rays players ditch their Pride night jerseys, lest they be mistaken for tolerant people
According to five pitchers for the Tampa Bay Rays, there’s no rainbows in baseball!Pride night at Tropicana Field was apparently just too much for five of the pitchers on the Rays’ roster, who all felt the need to abandon the team’s special one-night-only rainbow logo jerseys for their regular outfits.Players Jason Adam, Jalen Beeks, Brooks Raley, Jeffrey Springs and Ryan Thompson all refused to wear the uniforms required by their jobs for the night.Today, we wear our #Pride on our sleeves pic.twitter.com/bcOLJNhx6Y— Tampa Bay Rays (@RaysBaseball) June 4, 2022Despite treating this innocuous rainbow badge like the Mark of the Beast, the players wanted to make it clear that they “welcome and love” the queer community.Jason Adam stated, “We love these men and women, we care about them, and we want them to feel safe and welcome here.”Adam went on to say, “It’s just that maybe we don’t want to encourage it if we believe in Jesus, who’s encouraged us to live a lifestyle to abstain from that behavior.”He is, of course, referring to [heretofore undiscovered scripture quoting Jesus as specifically condemning queerness].This situation has social media delving once again into the conversation of using religion to justify blatant homophobia, and many are just plain tired of it.5 Tampa Bay Rays players removed the rainbow patch placed on their uniforms for Pride Month because of their religious beliefs. It can’t be because they are Christian because Jesus loved everybody.
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