On a recent Zoom call with Brook Roslindale School's kindergartners and first and second graders, Ray Skyler voiced pride in being transgender. She went on to tell the kids that doctors really do not know a baby's gender when he or she is born:
When babies are born, the doctor looks at them, and they make a guess about whether the baby is a boy or a girl based on what they look like. And most of the time, that guess is 100% correct; there are no issues whatsoever. But sometimes the doctor is wrong. I am a man, but when I was a baby, the doctors told my parents I was a girl. And until I was 18 years old, everyone thought I was a girl.
Biblical apologist Alex McFarland says like any lie, the transgender falsehood needs a host of other lies to keep it from being exposed.
"A whole support network has to be built around these lies," McFarland submits. "If I'm unwilling to admit that I'm wrong, well then, the doctor made a mistake and society is structurally against me."
While any lie is wrong, he says to willfully plot the deception of children is wicked.
"Transgenderism -- this ideology is demonic. This is the same as Satan," the apologist contends. "Satan was a created angel. Satan said, 'No, I'm God, and I'll assert myself as such,' and he was kicked out of heaven."
He reiterates his assertion that anyone given over to transgenderism is "demonically deceived."