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‘Real Time’s’ Bill Maher Claims Rise Of LGBTQ May Be Sparked By Need To Be Trendy

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Bill Maher touched one of society’s third rails tonight on his HBO show Real Time, taking on the rise of the LGBTQ community in his “New Rules” editorial at the end of the show.Noting that polls have documented an exponential increase in those who claim LGBTQ status, he asked whether people should be allowed to ask, “What’s up with that?’It wasn’t that long ago that when adults asked children what they wanted to be when they grew up, “They meant what profession,” Maher said.He quoted a recent ACLU finding that claimed the controversy about abortion rights affects LGBTQ people more than so-called “Breeders.” While allowing that everyone should always be mindful of respecting and protecting others, he said, “Someone needs to say it – not eveything’s about you.

It’s okay to ask quetions about something very new,” and turned toward the trend of putting young children on hormone blockers.“We’re literally experimenting on children,” Maher claimed, adding that we don’t know about the long-term effects of that, “but logic tells you there’s going to be problems,” citing bone density and fertility, among other issues. “It’s not a lifestyle decision,” he added.Maher said an upcoming Pride parade in New York has no gay men as Grand Marshalls. “That’s where we are now – gay men are not hip enough for a Gay Pride parade.” He added, “Gay is practically CIS, and CIS is practically Mormon.”He tried to make the case that polls indicating a rise in the LGBTQ community is trendy, saying teens know “the Prime Directive” is anything to shock and challenge the squares who brought you up.

It’s why nobody gets a nose ring at 56.”Giving in to requests for hormone blockers and genital surgery is using children as part of the culture wars, he

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