News from Around PA
1.) Lycoming County recently experienced its first ever gay pride event. This “family-friendly” event was hosted by drag queen and transgender activist Tina Burner and entertainment included numerous drag queens. . . .and you’ll never guess who the sponsors were!
2.) State Government Commission is seeking to change the term “child pornography” throughout PA’s laws to “child sexual abuse materials” to more accurately portray the fact it’s not just imaginary, but there are real victims involved.
3.) One of the speakers at the 2022 Philly’s Trans March was the University of Pennsylvania’s “Lia” Thomas who was the transgender swimmer that broke all women’s swimming records.
News From National Scene
1.) The attorneys general of thirteen states sent a letter to US Attorney General Merrick Garland demanding the DOJ not prosecute individuals who question the wisdom of “gender affirming care” for minors. PA’s AG Josh Shapiro was NOT one of them.
2.) The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that two pastors cannot hand out bologna sandwiches to the homesless.
3.) Superman: Son of Kal-El has been cancelled by DC Comics. It featured the bisexual son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane.
4.) This explains a lot: back in July the US Department of Justice very quietly announced the formation of the Reproductive Rights Task Force.
5.) Montgomery County Public Schools, outside of DC, reports a huge increase of students who identify as gay, transgender or non-binary.
6.) Ohio State Board of Education was poised to vote on advancing a resolution which condemned the Biden Administration’s expansion of Title IX, but instead it punted the issue to an executive committee for further review.
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