In his March 30 podcast, Italian journalist Alessandro Sallusti commented on the latest LGBT madness to erase the concept (and the biological reality) of “man” and “woman.”
“Tolerance is granting every other human being all the rights one claims for oneself. Here, certain rights I don’t care about, and maybe that’s why I sometimes become intolerant.
I’m told that the latest news from the magical LGBT world, the fluid world for that matter, the world that keeps surprising us, is to officially change the definition of male and female.
In the future, according to them, those born with male attributes should be called “AMABs” which means “assigned male at birth,” and those born with female attributes should be called “AFAB,” which means “assigned female at birth.” […]
I don’t have anything against gender fluidity, but I know that you need some solid things in order to build, otherwise everything will come crashing down. Now, it’s not that these AMAB people worry me that much, but certainly a pickaxe today, a pickaxe tomorrow, it’s not like it’s doing the thing any good. We want them to understand that the one who is born a man will forever be a man, regardless of what he is called, what clothes he wears, who he goes to bed with, what operations he may do to modify his body, because the genes are there, and no matter how far genetics has progressed and done with its bizarre experiments, the genes will remain immutable.
And the same, of course, all of this applies to a person who is born a female. We can endlessly play with words, use tricks and play games of illusion, but nature is a material thing and there is no escape from it.
But then I wonder, why delude the children specifically, why tell them that this is possible, that they are not what they are, but what they would like to be? I think one can live peacefully with one’s sexuality whatever it may be without denying reality, because otherwise the result is that one becomes not an AMAB, or an AFAB, but simply ridiculous and pathetic.”
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