Gender Offender Bender By Matt Sanchez


Michael Savage is not shy. You may not agree with all of the points, but he does know how to deliver a statement.

The San Francisco City Board has just approved official city ID’s that will omit gender and 80’s cross-dressing icon, Boy George, was recently dragged into court on charges of having chained a male-escort to a wall in his home and holding the man against his will. Although the City Board says they want to cut down on cases of “gender bias,” Americans should wonder if this is just the beginning of a trend that will have them asking “Do you really want to hurt me?”

I know, I know, most Americans feel sex is a private matter, unless you’re Congressman Barney Frank, in which case advertising your preferences and your position as a public servant is a way of padding your same-sex profile on Craig’s List.

Americans are also a fair people and the “pursuit of happiness” is a right we feel everyone enjoys, “as long as it doesn’t effect me.” Well, wake up and smell the rose-petal Potpourri, because whether you like it or not, the gay jihad is coming to a town near you.

“The card really makes gender a non-issue,” says Kristina Wertz, legal director of the Transgender Law Center in San Francisco. The “gender is interchangeable campaign” lead by people like Mr. Wertz will insist the differences between men and women are just in our minds. Try using that approach when picking out your next pair of jeans.

Of course, the Transgender Law Center, aka TLC, is just flat out lying, this is all about gender.

Like any self-absorbed crusade, there is a spill over effect that just helps the general progressive trend, the same way an STD can lead to blindness if untreated. Supervisor Tom Ammiano, who introduced the measure, says illegal immigrants will benefit most. They will be able to open bank accounts and use the card for city services such as checking out library books.

It’s nice to know illegal immigrants will be able to get library cards and check out books for the free public school education and state resident tuition.

If you don’t agree, you’re a homophobe, a xenophobe, or even worse, a Republican.

Of course, most people have no phobia against the gay agenda, they’re just neutral, disgusted, entertained, indifferent, annoyed or my favorite homonauseous. It’s the ostrich in the sand problem, but the holes have changed, and whether you like it or not, the gay agenda will be effecting you sometime very soon. Here’s what’s on the menu:

* A change of the definition of marriage to include same-sex couples.

* A change of gender so that “those who identify with a gender are not denied access to restrooms and locker room that discriminate. There’s currently a “Pee in Peace” movement that has already begun to sweep the universities and should be in your hometown in less time than it takes Rosie O’Donnell to blame George Bush for getting booted off The View.

* The banning of “insensitive” terms like “Mom” and “Dad”.

* If you’re a woman who gets beaten up by a male, than you’re far less important that a homosexual who gets beaten up by a male, because that’s a special crime and the victims are special people.

* Be careful about speaking out! Leona Helmsley objected to her hotel manager hosting sex parties in one of the VIP suites when he was off duty. The Queen of Mean also didn’t care for the parade of leather-clad males coming in and out of her four star hotel, so she fired the manager. He sued her, they settled for millions. You’ll see more of this type of “bias suit” in the future.

* Cindi Samson, director of an 20K a year elementary school decided to cancel the celebration of “Mother’s Day” at school because: “Families in our society are now diverse and varied…and we need to recognize the emotional well-being of all the children in our school.” Because two dudes having sex and raising a kid believe that “diversity” meant no one else should celebrate Mother’s day, especially if it left them out — but maybe they hadn’t considered the trans-gender option.

* Another “educator” just thought it would be better to take the room temperature of her 6th grade class for same sex marriage with a little mandatory quiz. Gay couples should not legally be allowed to marry (True/False) It was the beginning of the school year, so she probably figured she could get everyone filling out the same bubbles by summer.

* In the near future, you’ll hear a lot more about trans-gender issues. They are the next frontier. A group called “Peeing in Peace” is advocating genderless restrooms and locker rooms. Many universities are eager to sign up and you can be sure municipalities won’t be far behind, especially after the lawsuits.

Growing up, I remember there was this huge outcry over two women kissing on an episode of L.A. Law. Now we’ve progressed to the discussion of homosexuality in cartoon characters like Sponge Bob and the “closeted” Ernie and Burt on Sesame Street.

Ever notice how quickly things have progressed in the past 10 to 20 years? If you haven’t just hold on, you’ll see big changes in the next 10 to 20 years.

Surprise, the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation calls it “culture changing.” GLAAD didn’t give their bisexuals, Transgender, down-low men, gender-benders and queer curious constituents their own letter, but why give up such a great acronym like GLAAD?

Critic, Peter Sprigg of the Family Research Council, a conservative advocacy group, says he’s concerned that use of the non-gender cards will encourage the idea that gender identity is flexible.

“It gives support to the philosophy that says gender is a social construct,” Sprigg says. “I think that philosophy is harmful to society at large.”

Come on Peter Sprigg, you’re so uptight, here, try on these panty-hose and march in a parade, because pride is what really counts.

So, let’s see, if you claim men and women aren’t born gay, you’re a homophobe, but if you think the genitalia you were born with are optional, something you can hack off or add on, like the pieces used to change the features of a Mister Potato Head, then you’re a hero for attempting to enlighten those illiterate, small-minded people who gawk when a man comes into the bathroom dressed like a Las Vegas showgirl.

Who thought 10 years ago, that something as basic as gender would be struck from a government issued ID card? But, in all fairness, San Francisco is only the second city to offer this type of ID — however, I’m betting it won’t be the last. This is what progress is all about, making sure everyone is on board the Transgender express, whether you’re chained to the wall or not.

War Correspondent Matt Sanchez is currently working on his first book, Gay Jihad: What the radical homosexual movement has in store for you and your family

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