Video: How Feminism Led to the Transgender Movement

The transgender movement (gender dysphoria) has come out of nowhere to plague our culture. According to a recent study published by Arizona Christian University, 39% of Generation Z consider themselves LGBTQ and 30% of Millennials identify similarly. This is a disastrous trend that does not bode well for the U.S.A. that already has a low fertility birth rate of 1.64 per woman that is below the replacement-level fertility rate of 2.1. A nation that cannot reproduce its population is doomed.

How high will the percentage of people who identify as LGBTQ — who have no intention of reproducing the species — get before governments will be forced take action to prevent the extinction of mankind?

If you dare to still believe and profess the biological reality of sex, then trans-rights terrorists will viciously attack you as was the case with author J.K. Rowling of Harry Potter.

But where did it come from? And why has it arrived now at this place in time?

Conservative and traditional activist Brittany Sellner makes the case that the feminist movement paved the way for the insanity of the trans movement by shifting the Overton Window of what is publicly acceptable. To simplify her argument: if a woman can do anything a man can do, then why can’t a man be a woman and a woman be a man if they so choose?

I agree with Selner.

There is an ongoing war on reality being waged by the left. They believe that men can be women, menstruate, breast feed and can have babies. This madness is unsustainable and unhealthy for our civilization. This insanity needs to stop.

Feminism is an ideological cancer that is responsible for many of society’s current ills such as critical race theory, intersectionality, and the diversity/equity/inclusion/representation cult. Thanks to unaccountable tenured professors, this malignancy has been allowed to metastasize in the gender studios departments of Ivy League universities for the past 40 years. It should have been stopped decades ago but disinterested conservatives were too busy giving us tax cuts to care.

This is an excellent video that has provoked some good, honest, and compassionate discussions in the YouTube comments section.

― Wolfshead