October 03, 2017

Australia: In “gay marriage” debate, some doctors pick identity politics over sound science

Tanveer AhmedRebel Commentator

Australia is feverishly debating gay marriage in the midst of a national vote. 

Many leading doctors are using science to make questionable arguments, when in fact they are becoming white coated allies of identity politics.

Their organising principles are harm reduction and conspicuous compassion — often at the expense of all other values.

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commented 2017-10-03 20:48:22 -0400
So is it gay marriage if a woman marries a guy who identifies as a woman? I am still waiting for a guide to this new progressive utopian society.
commented 2017-10-03 19:36:48 -0400
NWO has a written plan and destroying the traditional family is on the list.
commented 2017-10-03 18:26:38 -0400
I envy the Aussies that they get to have a debate on a social construct. It must be nice. All we get in Canada is a stroke of an unelected judges pen to change a social construct, with no input from the public as to whether the construct should be retained, abolished or modified. Us peons just get told by our unelected betters. Examples including gay marriage but also third term abortions and euthanasia.
commented 2017-10-03 18:00:45 -0400
Identity politics presumes to undermine hard science in perusing fallacious narratives. Any doctor who abandons hard science for political fallacies should be denied the privilege to practice.
commented 2017-10-03 17:00:50 -0400
Doctors in every field should refrain from identity politics.
commented 2017-10-03 15:41:52 -0400
Without prejudice. If you are Gay, please be aware that you are helping in the demise of your race.

Most Muslim males would be considered Gay by non Muslims because they practice this form of sex on a regular basis, mostly by adults on young boys, It is only the male who is penetrated who is considered Gay, his partner is never prosecuted.

It is legal for a Muslim male to have sex with his young son, as soon as he considers the boy big enough, around six years old. This is also a common practice among Muslims.
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