Terms We Do Not Like

24 Jul

We take some of these terms from a gender glossary article found in the Philippine Daily Inquirer, print edition Sunday July 10th, 2016.

Androgyne—a person appearing and/or identifying as neither man nor woman, presenting a gender either mixed or neutral

Again this is impossible except for dressing in a neutral fashion. No matter what a person says or presents, they are at least one gender. These people like so many in the alternative gender issue have spiritual problems, some could be actual mental defects, and those spiritual problems leads them to faulty conclusions about who they are.

Fag hag—A term primarily used to describe women who prefer the social company of gay men. While this term is claimed in an affirmative manner…, it is largely regarded as derogatory

This is a very nasty and negative term as it does not address the real reasons why some women prefer the company of gay men. One real reason for why women do this is because it is safer for them to be in such friendships.

Heterosexual men place a lot of pressure on women to have sex or do other things that women seek the companionship they do not get from heterosexual men from gay men.

To demean women in this fashion shows a great disrespect for them and is not Christian in nature at all.

Intersex—A person who is born with physical and/or chromosomal features  in which sexual characteristics usually considered belonging to one distinctly male or female bodies are combined in a single body.

This is not a sexual orientation nor a gender identity problem. In reality, this is the corruption that entered the world at Adam’s sin taking place. There is no other explanation for this disorder. Because God’s reproductive system is not immune from that corruption some unfortunate souls end up with multiple sexual parts.

Finding the right parts to keep and the right ones to remove takes direction from God and not the feelings of the person who has this deformity. Deformity is exactly what this is. In this politically correct world, the real identification of a problem is lost, covered up by relabeling problems in nicer terminologies in order not to hurt the person with the deformity.

Pansexual—A person who is sexually attracted to all or many gender expressions

Since there are only 2 actual gender expressions, the term pansexual seems to be overkill. It doesn’t matter how many terms the secular world creates to cover all the supposed different sexual orientations and identities, there is still only two

Calling yourself a heterosexual transgender woman does not change the fact that you are a man attracted to another man. It means you are a homosexual. No amount of changing the terminology will alter that fact

About the only label we like in that glossary of terms is the word ‘queer’ for that word tells everyone exactly what is wrong and that there is a problem. The person described as queer is not straight, is not normal and follows after perverted ideas.

It also says that those who are straight are not the ones with the problem. That situation is left solely to those who reject the truth about who they really are. They have decided to accept faulty thinking or deception and pursued something that is not right nor correct.

It is not the straight and normal world who have to accept the perversion but those who have opted for the perverted or queer way to realize they made a mistake and need to change and make things right.

The term ‘queer’ says it all and all these other words quoted here and used in that glossary are just weak attempts to make something queer to appear normal, right and acceptable. They are also used to make the ‘queer’ feel good about themselves and allows them to think of themselves as normal and okay when they are far from that status.

The problem in this issue with transgenders and other alternative sexual options is with them for they reject the truth and go with a lie. They are the ones in need of repentance and correction not the straight world that rejects their perversion and finds it as God has described—an abomination and an insult to normality.

God is the one that called both male and female good when he created them. He is not recorded ever in the Bible as saying the same thing to those who reject that classification and no blessing has been given to those who seek the alternative gender identities by God.

As Peter tells us, the destruction of those people when Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed serve as an example of what will happen to those who follow the same evil path as those people did. And while we admit that other sins were committed by the people of Sodom and Gomorrah, homosexuality, transgenderism and other sexual and gender identity alternatives were a part of those communities and were part of the reason for their destruction.

There is no escaping the fact that God hates sin, and the idea of altering ones gender identity is sin especially when that change is used to pursue and practice more sin.

We conclude this by saying that it doesn’t matter if anyone accepts the fact that these sexual and gender alternatives are sin or not. We do not go by man’s definition or acceptance of what sin is, we go by God’s definition of the term as he has set the standard for holy and sinful behavior.


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