This is an important piece by Stella Morabito, who is an expert in agitprop:
The transgender movement has never been about “gender.” It’s all about sex. Sex is the real target. “Gender” is merely the politicized linguistic vehicle that facilitates a legal ban on sex distinctions. There aren’t a whole lot of dots to connect to uncover the logic of where this leads: if you abolish sex distinctions in law, you can abolish state recognition of biological family ties, and the state can regulate personal relationships and consolidate power as never before.
I had the privilege of meeting Stella last week, and hearing her explain how propaganda works. Its goal is to:
- prevent independent thought;
- mobilise the masses; and
- build conformity.
If anyone has any doubts as to these goals, he simply needs to watch these bright young things (here and here). But - here's the kicker - when the propaganda is light years away from reality, then it will take enormous force to keep the ideology in place. Since gender ideology only exists in the mind (and note that the students filmed above were happy to let the average-height male Caucasian interviewer identify as a 6'5" Chinese woman if he so wished) it is illusory, and one person's illusion may conflict not only with reality but with the competing illusions of their peers. As Stella notes:
What will happen when all of society is sexless in both language and law? If the law does not recognize your body as physically male or female—applying only the word “gender” to your internal, self-reported self-perception—does the law even recognize your body? Every single cell of you has either “male” or “female” written into its DNA, but the law refuses to recognize such categories. Such laws will only recognize an infinite, immeasurable “gender spectrum,” your place on which is determined only by your mind. So what exactly are you after the law has de-sexed you? In what sense is your body a legal entity?
And what happens to your familial relationships after the law has de-sexed you? Are they legally recognized? I don’t see how they could be. Certainly not by default, certainly not by the recognition that each child comes through the union of two opposite-sex parents.
In a society de-sexed by law, would the state recognize your relationship as a husband or a wife? Mother or father? Daughter or son? Those are all sexed terms. A system that does not recognize the existence of male and female would be free to ignore the parentage of any child. You might be recognized as your child’s “legal guardian,” but only if the state agrees to that.
Putting the state in charge of an illusion-based construct is frightening, and what may look liberating today will be the cinderblock tied to our ankles in the very near future. Caveat emptor!