by Linda Wall
It has been over thirty-three years since I was what the world calls a “lesbian”. When I look around today there is no word that accurately describes how I feel about the “trangender mania” and “glbtxyz madness” that is being forced down the throat of every person on the planet, young and old.
Just this week I read that a newly elected Virginia delegate from Alexandria, Mark Levine, (a man who has sex with men) is sponsoring over 19 pieces of legislation in hopes of legislating immorality in the Commonwealth during the 2016 Session of the General Assembly.
The legislative advancement of policies that are destructive to people’s lives and society and that are based upon lies, overblown statistics, cover-ups, and fraudulent information should be criminal.
Several men who have sex with men have been elected to the Virginia General Assembly in the past few years. Once they are elected then they attempt to pass bills for the special interest groups who push sexual perversion legislation under the disguise of “equal rights”.
Delegate-elect Levine describes his legislation as “progressive-oriented” bills. He claims the legislation falls into three areas: employment, housing and public accommodations. The delegate does not expect much of his legislation to pass this year due to the Republican House and Senate, but will bring it back until they eventually become law like same-sex marriage.
The delegate failed to mention that same-sex marriage was not the will of the people. As a matter of fact the run-a-way sexual perversion train racing in Virginia received its beginning fuel when Attorney General Mark Herring violated the Rule of Law and refused to defend the Virginia Marriage Amendment. Governor McAuliffe has also laid some tracks for the train to run on with executive orders and by appointing a man who thinks he is a woman as Health Commissioner of Virginia.
For years, “the junk science” of Alfred Kinsey has been the basis for legalizing perverted sexual acts. The widespread use of Kinsey’s research obtained by raping children and infants has misdirected legislators, judges and educators for decades. The evidence for my statements can be documented by Kinsey’s own words and through his own books.
The late Dr. Charles Rice of Notre Dame said it best about Alfred Kinsey’s research: “contrived, ideologically driven and misleading. Any judge, legislator or other public official who gives credence to that research is guilty of malpractice and dereliction of duty.”
For the sake of the children, the grandchildren and the welfare of society I am committed to being a part of the Virginia effort to expose any proposed legislation, school policies or school curriculum that is based upon Kinsey’s crimes. You are invited to join us in derailing the run-a-way train.