This week – to coincide with International Women’s Day – our editor Edith Brötzner dealt extensively with gender madness. Does it really need – contrary to our natural predispositions – a propaganda-driven equalization of men and women? And how many genders does a healthy society really need? What do you think about it?
A comment by Edith Brötzner
Ladies and gentlemen, dear diverse. I hope you celebrated World Human Day properly this week with your partner, your diverse. The best thing is when you get a few flowers on such occasions and are cooked for by the person you love. With which taste experience or taste experiences were you surprised on International Humanity Day? Whether it was a fine steak, a fine steakine or something else, I hope you had a wonderful day/day.
Wanted loss of identity?
Have you ever read a gendered text aloud? Sounds neither fluent nor coherent and feels more like the rape of our language than equal rights.
Notice what? Correct. I don’t like gender. Just as little as the idea that there should be people who want to be neither man nor woman, but who declare themselves to be something diverse. As an undefinable “It”. It sounds to me as if some people have lost their identity. As if an appointment with a psychiatrist or a psychologist was urgently needed.
While Greens and Greens would probably almost throw up at the word “International Women’s Day” alone and would rather change it to the name “World Diversity Day”, I used International Women’s Day for my part to deal in detail with the topic of gender madness, the rape of our language and the uprooting of our to deal with children. We seem to live in a time when people want to be freed from any identity and individuality and abuse has become a socially acceptable norm.
From a biological point of view, two sexes are completely sufficient
While I was still learning in biology class what differentiates and connects men and women and that hermaphrodites are at most the normal state in snails, nowadays one is almost stoned for speaking openly about biological facts. I ask myself: When exactly did we take a wrong turn? Was it the year we were served a bearded man woman on the song contest stage? And how long ago did they start pointing us down that wrong turn?
Personally, I don’t need pregnant man emojis. For me breast milk is breast milk and does not become parent milk. For me there is no parental pass, but a mother-child pass. We cannot deny and abolish the fact that it takes a man to conceive a child, nor the fact that women – and only women – can bear, bear and breastfeed a child. A distribution of tasks that nature has determined since the beginning of our time. We can’t tinker and tinker with it.
In my perception there are men, women, men who would like to be men, sometimes men who would rather be women, women who would like to be women and occasionally women who would rather be men. And you don’t need more than 70 genders for that. At the end of the day, two genders are completely sufficient.
There is also no need for sex education books for children in which they are told how best to protect themselves from puberty with puberty blockers. Teens certainly don’t need guidance on how best to hide their breasts or penises and how to artificially manipulate their voices to be more feminine or masculine. Our children do not need any artificial insecurities. You need strong roots and security.
Instead of promoting identity loss and early sexualization, let’s focus on empowering our children to resist abuse in their lives. Both against sexual abuse, which seems to be socially established and tolerated, and against social abuse by our megalomaniac political employees.
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