Defeat of the Born Alive Act

The U.S. Senate voted on and defeated a law that would mandate that a child that survives an abortion attempt must be treated as a human being and be given proper medical care.

This raises an interesting question. I have read that when shown a sonogram of their baby, many women seeking an abortion actually change their minds. Well, in the born alive instance, she is not looking at a sonogram, but the real thing. What if she too, changes her mind? Continue reading “Defeat of the Born Alive Act”

Thoughts On the Gender Spectrum

Sex used to be simple. Just two, defined and fixed at conception. Now intellectuals have discovered gender, claiming that “gender identity is a [cultural] construct” which, far from an either or phenomenon, is construed as a spectrum of genders blending from all female to all male including all the letters of the LGBTQA community.
As much as traditionalists may be appalled, based on findings from behavioral and biological sciences, the basic assertion that much of our sexuality is (or can be) culturally defined seems to be a fact. So, if it’s science-based, what’s the problem?