Signs of the Times (March 25, 2017)
Here is the latest edition of Signs of the Times. The latest madness from the modern world
Excerpt From The Christian Post:
The publication is a story about a boy who likes to wear a princess dress for playtime at school, but is teased by his peers. “Not very long ago little girls couldn’t wear pants. Can you imagine that?” the teacher tells the class in urging them to be accepting of the child’s dress-wearing. The boy’s mother soon helps him make his very own dress, advising “there are all sorts of ways to be a boy.” The 2014 book, written by Sarah and Ian Hoffman, is meant to teach children about those who are “gender non-conforming.”
(By Kelly McDonald, Jr) On Thursday, the Canadian House of Commons passed a bill to condemn Islamophobia, which they define as criticism of Islam. The motion passed 201 to 91. However, Islamophobia is not defined in the bill.
The bill also says that the government of Canada will try to “quell the increasing public climate of hate and fear”. No specific measures were defined in the motion to pursue this goal. Some have immediately come against the bill because of the vague language, which allows for the suppression of free speech. The current Prime Minister, Trudeau, has been open about his support of Muslims. This has the potential for political unrest in America. Stay tuned.
Excerpt From CBN News:
New Zealander Laurel Hubbard, formerly known as Gavin, is a 39 year-old transgender woman who won the international women’s weightlifting title in Australia on Sunday. Hubbard broke four national records, and beat the competition by 19 kilograms.
Trini, the Yellow Ranger, reportedly identifies as queer. “For Trini, really she’s questioning a lot about who she is,” Israelite explained. “She hasn’t fully figured it out yet. I think what’s great about that scene and what that scene propels for the rest of the movie is, ‘That’s OK.’ The movie is saying, ‘That’s OK,’ and all of the kids have to own who they are and find their tribe.”
Of course, David Yost who is the actor who played the blue ranger in the 1990s TV show edition was thrilled to hear the news. “I think so many people in the LGBTQI community are going to be excited to see that representation,” he told Couch. According to Couch, several figures are portrayed as gay in comic books, but have been turned straight for the big screen. These include DC’s Wonder Woman, Catwoman, Batwoman and Harley Quinn, in addition to Marvel’s Ice Man. So will this change your mind about seeing this new movie?
She actually showed them a pocket constitution and asked why they wanted entry into her home. According to Sause, they mocked her, calling the constitution a ‘piece of paper’. During the encounter she asked the officers if she could pray in her back room. She was initially allowed to do so, but one of the officers eventually ordered her to stop. Before they left, they told her that they were there in response to a loud radio. She was charged with interference and disorderly conduct.
“No school should rob any student of this legally protected personal privacy,” ILC attorney Randall Wenger said. “We trust that our children won’t be forced into emotionally vulnerable situations like this when they are in the care of our schools because it’s a school’s duty to protect and respect the bodily privacy and dignity of all students.” In the case of “Joel Doe” – they clearly ignored that duty. READ MORE
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