Last week the University of Pennsylvania announced, beginning July 1st, they will cover the cost of sex change surgery for their “transgender” employees. The school had already extended such insurance coverage for sexually confused students in the fall of 2010. Two days after the school’s announcement, students from the University of Pennsylvania joined students from Temple University and the Community College of Philadelphia to march through the streets of Philly protesting higher education cuts of $249 million in Governor Corbett’s budget.
The first mistake was in February 2008 when a Family Court judge ordered the Philadelphia Youth Study Center (YSC) to give hormone treatments to a young man who wanted to live and dress as a young woman. In addition, they were to call him by the female name by which he had chosen to be called. The Center failed to carry out these orders, additionally overlooking verbal and apparent physical abuse.
As yet another municipality in southeastern Pennsylvania is “encouraged” to pass a so-called anti-discrimination ordinance, the American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA), a statewide pro-family group, has contacted each Council Member in the Borough of Conshohocken in Montgomery County warning them of the real world ramifications of the passage of such ordinances in other parts of the country.
Last December the American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA) joined others in signing onto a statement condemning the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPCL) for falsely listing pro-family groups as hate groups. Within days of that statement appearing as full page ads in two Washington, DC newspapers, the AFA of PA received a letter from J. Richard Cohen, President and CEO of the SPLC.
Each year since October 11, 1987 homosexual activists groups encourage individuals, some as young as eleven, to ‘come out’ as homosexual, bisexual or transgender. This is an effort to “prove” that gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people are “everywhere”.
A Cleveland, Ohio man does not understand why women are upset that he wants to change clothes in the women’s locker room at the local city pool.
A man who thinks he is a woman is prevented from using the women’s fitting room in a Philadelphia KMart. He sues and KMart now forces all employees to go through sensitivity training.