Chelsea and I conclude our series about Pride Month.
Ricci Tres is a 29-year-old combat veteran and father of three children who recently decided to try to be a woman. Tres was rejected from the women's Olympic skateboarding because he has too much testosterone. He later won a NYC skateboarding competition and put a 13-year-old girl in second place. Tres admits he could "never be a woman" but wishes he were born that way. He wants to be "pretty and cute."
Fox News aired a controversial story about the Whittington family and how their young daughter allegedly told her parents she was really a boy before she could even speak. She supposedly "came out" as a boy at age 5. The Whittingtons have been raising their daughter as a son renamed Ryland.
Stories like this lead us to ask the same question Matt Walsh asked in his documentary: "What is a woman?"
Chelsea gives biological traits of how God designed females differently from males. Men and women can have a wide range of personalities. These personalities don't make people a different "gender" from their created biology. Gender ideology seems to confuse "gender" with "personality."
We also look at the Word of God to see how transgenderism may be addressed.
"The Boardr Open at New York City Womens FINALS Presented by DC Results," TheBoardr.com, June 25th, 2022.
Timothy H.J. Nerozzi, "Trans skateboarder who won first prize against teen is a combat vet, dad who was rejected from the Olympics," Fox News, June 29, 2022.
Shifali Gorka, "Who is Ricci Tres? Trans skateboarder is dad of 3 who was rejected from Olympics qualifiers because he had TOO MUCH testosterone," Meaww.com, Updated June 28, 2022.
Amy Nelson, "Skateboarder speaks out after transgender athlete defeats teen girls: 'We shouldn't be sitting in silence'," Fox News, July 1, 2022.
"California transgender teen, family hope to be an inspiration to others," Fox News, June 10, 2022.
1 Corinthians 14:33
1 Peter 3:3-4
1 Corinthians 7:34