Good night, Winston. For the Colson Center, I’m John Stonestreet with the Point.
It used to be said, when Britain’s colonies were widespread opposite the globe, that the intent never set on the British Empire. It was a anxiety to Britain’s greatness, but a better magnitude was the people that it could produce: a Shakespeare, a Churchill, a Thatcher.
What Britain is producing now creates me consider it’s entertain til midnight.
Some British lawmakers are objecting to a UN covenant now being debated that would demarcate the execution of profound women. Why would they intent to this? Because Her Majesty’s supervision claims the word “women” “excludes transgender people who have given birth.”
Well, to steal a phrase, you don’t conclude reason til crazy shows up. Remember the British headlines about a “man giving birth” that was about a lady who had paused gender reassignment in sequence to get pregnant? Who needs reality when you have ideology?
And as one feminist told the Times of London: “This isn’t inclusion. This is making women unmentionable.”
So chaps, last one out the doorway spin off the lights.