This is in response to Alan Winslow’s article on next year’s fair queen.
First of all, in my opinion, there would be no transgender people, male or female, without a lot of help from parents wanting their children to be another gender.
Secondly, I think a lot of these “young” people wanting to change genders just want attention and they don’t need professionals to help them.
Thirdly, professionals should not be messing around with people’s hormones to encourage such situations that are opposed to God’s word.
I’m not smart enough to argue against all of the statements made about genders in the article.
I am smart enough to know two things.
First, males should not be allowed in female bathrooms or dressing rooms. Females should not be allowed in male bathrooms or dressing rooms either. Secondly none of this nonsense should be allowed to be taught in the schools. I’m also smart enough to recognize this for what it is.
Either all of the people mentioned here do not believe there is a God or they believe in God but do not believe God.
Scripture tells us that in the creation process and other biblical accounts that God, was, is and always will be in control.
In Genesis 1:27, God created man in his own image and he created them either male or female. They were to multiply and have dominion over all living things on Earth.
God still expects that obedience today: A male regardless of age should die a male. Also, a born female should die a female also.
Anywhere in scripture that man tried to change this in any way met with displeasure and death in God’s sight (Genesis 19:24-26; Romans 1:24-31).
Anyone who believes the nonsense presented in this article will have a rude awakening on judgment day because God is just a God, never makes a mistake and promises that vengeance is his and he will repay (Romans 12:19).
In short, God created the people of this world male or female and intended for it to stay that way. All who do not agree with him will find themselves where they do not want to be on judgment day.
Proverbs 14:12: “There is a way that seems right to man, but the end of it is death.”
Russell Fritz, Freetown