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Transgenderism: A Return to Pagan Mythology

source:  http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2015/04/transgenderism_a_return_to_pagan_mythology.html#.VSowuNlmie8.email

A great prophet once asked the question, “Can an Ethiopian change his skin or a leopard its spots?” Later, Jesus Christ asked, “Which of you by taking thought can add one cubit unto his stature?”

The prophet's questions were meant to cause the listener to think about the nature of reality and human inability to change certain realities by fiat or wishful thinking.  Declaring one’s self to be other than what one is created is an assault on material and human reality -- an exercise in magical thinking that is bound to run up against the reality of the created order, including the reality of humankind created as male and female. 

Yet a recent article in the Daily Beast contains a complete glossary of gender options. The glossary is currently comprised of 51 genders, among them an option to be “gender fluid,” that is, having the ability to flit from one gender to another according to what the individual would like to be. The idea is that though biologically one may be born with male or female parts, gender is a choice, not a fixed category. Instead, gender is determined by how an individual feels about his or her self.    read more