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December 29, 2023

The New Years Resolutions of the Libs of TikTok

Obviously mentally-ill woman declares herself "non-binary," then says she's offended that her husband still calls himself straight. She demands that he identify himself as "queer" in a "queer marriage." She rants and raves that her husband isn't giving the "LGBT community" respect by admitting he's gay.

I got news for you: He's not going to be in this marriage, whatever you want to call it, for much longer.

Tommy Dorfman, the mentally-ill man who gave grief to the Delta employee for not guessing which gender he identifies with this week, is a trans activist who makes instructional videos for kids about how to self-inject with estrogen.

Many brands promote Tommy and they think he's a good role model

Jamie Gumm nods.

A "church" staged a same-sex nativity scene.

A church nativity scene in Italy that features two mothers of the baby Jesus instead of Mary and Joseph figurines has been blasted as "dangerous" and "blasphemous" by conservatives -- who are calling for it to be taken down.

Father Vitaliano Della Sala defended the depiction of the birth of Jesus on display at the Church of Saints Peter and Paul, in Capocastello di Mercogliano outside Naples.

"I wanted to show with this scene that families are no longer just the traditional ones," Della Sala told Reuters.

"In our parishes we see more and more children from the new types of families that exist and are part of our society, children of separated and divorced people, gay couples, single people, young mothers."

Wow the gay black woke "Doctor Who" (#NotMyDoctor) started his first show by dancing in a gay nightclub and who would have imagined, the ratings are already terrible.

Ncuti Gatwa's 'Doctor Who' Christmas Day Special Ratings Are Second Worst Debut In History, Viewers Abandon The Show's Degeneracy

John F. Trent's headlines are punchy.

The overnight ratings are in for Ncuti Gatwa's debut as the Doctor in The BBC's Christmas day special and they are not good.

Ncuti Gatwa as the 15th Doctor in Doctor Who Christmas Special "The Church on Ruby Road" (2023), BBC

The BBC reports, the Doctor Who special "The Church on Ruby Road" only saw viewership at 4.7 million. This is just marginally better than the final 60th anniversary special that saw Gatwa take over as the Doctor in "The Giggle." That episode had viewership of 4.62 million.

The other two previous 60th Anniversary specials featuring David Tennant as the Doctor saw viewership at 5.08 million and 4.83 million.

In fact, Gatwa's debut ratings as the Doctor are some of the worst in the entire show's history. Jodie Whittaker's debut episode "The Woman Who Fell to Earth" had overall viewership of 10.96 million.

Peter Capaldi's debut as the 12th Doctor in "Deep Breath" saw viewership at 9.17 million back in 2014. Matt Smith's debut in "The Eleventh Hour" in 2010 saw viewership hit 10.08 million. Tennant's 10th Doctor appeared at the end of "The Parting of the Ways" back in 2005 and had viewership totaling 6.91 million. His first episode by himself, "The Christmas Invasion" hit 9.84 million viewers.

Christopher Eccleston's 9th Doctor premiere in "Rose" in 2005 saw viewership hit 10.81 million.

The "star" of the soon-to-be-cancelled series, which is now distributed by Disney, which promises to insert their not-so-secret-gay-agenda into every corporate product they produce (especially those intended for children), says the show will really "lean into" its "leftist liberal bubble."

Oh -- and he also says that anyone who doesn't like the show is racist.

I didn't see that one coming.

At one point he stated, "'I think I felt a particular affinity to Jodie [Whittaker] just because of the shared struggle, as in the Doctor's never been seen like this before, and what that means for yaysayers, naysayers. How do you navigate that? She was so generous. With her story and her experience of it all."

He continued, "I was a little bit braced for impact and then was very pleasantly surprised because it was the antithesis [of what I was expecting]. But then, also, what's scary is that we all live in [social media] bubbles. I remember scrolling on Twitter and being like, 'Oh my gosh. I'm so loved.'"

Ncuti Gatwa as the 15th Doctor in Doctor Who Christmas Special "The Church on Ruby Road" (2023), BBC

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Gatwa then predictably accused critics of being racists, "And then I clicked on one tweet that wasn't as positive. And then that opened up an entire world of the opposite feeling. "Oh no. There they are." Seeing the anagrams of my name [made into a racial slur] was just lovely."

From there, he promised the show would lean into the social bubble he personally lives in, "But it was interesting. As I say, I live in a very leftist, liberal bubble. And in fact, there's a really great episode coming up next year where we lean into that."


You'll never believe what our Navy is teaching its personnel.

Actually, you'll believe it pretty readily.

An English course at the U.S. Naval Academy teaches officer candidates left-wing theories of gender and sexuality, along with elements of Critical Race Theory, according to syllabi obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation.

The course description for HE 374, Topics In Gender & Sexuality in Literature, begins by tracing the history of gender and sexuality studies from its origin in the women's studies discipline rooted in the Second Wave Feminism of the 1970's and 1980's, according to a syllabus the DCNF obtained via a Freedom of Information Act request. However, the English major course broadens to include studies for future U.S. Navy officers on LGBTQ studies, race, class and concepts informed by Critical Race Theory, which defines people groups in terms of oppressor and oppressed, the syllabus shows.

"Most of the faculty, students, and topics of study in early Women's Studies programs were limited by being White, middleclass, women," the female instructor, whose name is redacted but who appears to have served as Dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences during that semester, wrote in the course description.

"In the 2000's, some Women's Studies Departments renamed themselves Gender and Sexuality Studies in order to better reflect Women's Studies' growing interest in exploring Queer Theory, Masculinity Studies, Intersectionality, race, and class. Women's Studies Programs are feminist at their hearts; Gender and Sexuality Studies Programs are not, and in fact, might even reject feminism for its original focus on White middleclass women."

Students begin the class by performing a land acknowledgement, the syllabus shows. Students also set the learning outcomes for the course.

The second class period involve study of "theories of gender" and learning about the Genderbread person, a visual made to show a difference between "gender identity," "gender expression," "anatomical sex," "gender" and "sexual orientation." On the third class period, students create a diversity statement and learn gender and sexuality vocabulary.

Another in-class activity scheduled for week 3 is reading pan-African and socialist civil rights activist W.E.B. DeBois' "Double Consciousness."

The primary texts of the course were "The Reproduction of Mothering: Psychoanalysis and the Sociology of Gender" by Nancy Chodorow and "Sexual/Textual Politics: Feminist Literary Theory" by Toril Moi. Both books are critical of conservative ideas about sex and gender.

"Women's mothering perpetuates itself through social-structurally induced psychological mechanisms. It is not an unmediated product of physiology. Women come to mother because they have been mothered by women," Chodorow wrote, according to a summary.

Moi's book imagines a world "beyond the opposition feminine/masculine, beyond homosexuality and heterosexuality," a review shows.

More wokeness from the former armed forces:

A trans activist demanded entry to a woman's rape crisis center despite the fact that he was a man, and a freaky one to boot, which is not what women in a women's rape crisis center want to see when they're recovering from rape (by a man).

He campaigned to get the rape crisis center defunded -- and the Vancouver local government indulged his mental illness.

Now Justin Trudeau gives this malignant growth an award.


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