Earlier in the week National Geographic unveiled its January cover story. They are profiling a confused and abused young boy who thinks he's a girl. Of course, he isn't presented as someone who is confused and abused. Rather he's presented as a boy who is actually a girl, which is like presenting a triangle that's actually a circle.
There was a time when National Geographic was considered a science magazine. But the publication, along with liberalism more generally, has abandoned science. Indeed, anyone who suggests that a boy can be a girl is not only guilty of perpetuating abuse, but also guilty of rejecting the entire field of science known as biology.
That is why I propose a new name for those who believe in the "transgender" superstition. They are biology deniers. They are people who fundamentally deny the existence of biological sex. They may say that they accept biological sex and proceed to draw a false and fabricated distinction between that and "gender," but the fact remains that if you will call a boy anything other than a boy, you have denied his biology. You are a biology denier. And that's what you ought to be called.
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