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Quit Whining and Do Something!

Tue, August 15, 2023   |   Author: Gunn   |   Volume 30    Issue 33 | Share: Gab | Facebook | Twitter   

Have you ever reacted to something you’ve read by thinking that everything you hear from that writer is negative . . . “This is wrong . . . That is wrong.” Always something to complain about. Is there nothing that the writer sees in this world that is happy, worth celebrating, or positive?

I understand that! When we look at the shape of our country, as far as the status of women and children, we tend to see a lot of problems: flawed laws; immoral laws; gender confusion; men entering women’s shelters with evil intent; the list goes on. The scary thing is that is only the topic of women and children. There is so much more in this country that Canadians should be aware of—must be aware of.

It would be really, really nice to say that all is well in Canada. We live in a perfect country . . . a little bit of heaven on earth.

But, wouldn’t that be denying reality? Wouldn’t it be like saying, “peace, peace, when there is no peace”? (Jeremiah 6:14)

When God looks at the condition of Canada . . . our Canada . . . the one for which we are stewards . . . does He say that things aren’t too bad? That His people should just live and let live? That His people should just cede the territory to Satan and keep a low profile while we’re here? Does He care about the roles of women and men?

Or does He look at His past words, “It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a helper suitable for him,” (Genesis 2:18) and wonder why the suitable helper is being tossed to the wolves? Why are men pretending to be women? Why can’t people define what a woman is? It’s not hard. God Himself clearly says that He created only two sexes, “…male and female He created them.” (Genesis 1:27) Why are our women and girls being hung out to dry by our ‘woke’ elected representatives and by those who aren’t standing up to protect them?

The loss of recognition of women’s distinct role in society, sadly, reflects a reversion to more primitive times when women were mere chattel. “What is a Woman?” is such a simple question. The proof is biological! Men and women are distinct, and there are only two options.

Yet, by confusing things and taking away women’s right to be distinct, our society has abandoned women. Yes, we can still vote, but we no longer have recognition of who we are or protection from those who seek to harm us.

Women who experience violence at the hands of their stronger partners have no truly safe place to go. There used to be women’s shelters, but today, these have been become bogged down in a culture war that allows biological men access to women’s shelters. We need only look to such examples as Cody D’Entremont, who entered a Windsor, ON, women’s shelter as a ‘trans’ and now is charged with sexually assaulting a woman there. Or perhaps Shane Green. Or perhaps Christopher Hambrook.

These were just the women’s shelter assaults that came up on a quick search. How many more are there? Women are tossed out as fodder to satisfy a myth that a biological male can become a woman. The only password needed is “trans.”

It’s time for women to stand up for women’s rights and the men who love them to stand up and protect their beloved wives, mothers, sisters, and friends.

A woman’s washroom or change room is not a spot for biological men. It is a place for women. Women are vulnerable in these gender specific locations, which is why society has segregated men from women in these facilities in the past.

Our children and grandchildren in public schools are being required to share washrooms and change room facilities. Check out this Toronto Star article for some of the harsh realities young girls are faced with in washrooms—urine on the toilet seats, dealing with menstruation in a crowd of boys, boys peeking under the stall doors, boys flashing the girls. How can we allow that to happen to our daughters?

CHP Canada recognizes that men and women are not the same. In view of the confusion in the world about what a woman is, we provided a webpage to help people. But there is more to this battle. It’s not just about women and girls having no protection in women’s shelters, washrooms or change rooms, it’s about protecting those we love from obviously dangerous situations. This involves every Canadian.

Supporting—with your money or your vote—mainstream political parties that have surrendered to the ‘woke’ gender ideology, only approves their foolish notion that a woman is anything but an adult female. It approves young girls being humiliated in school. If these political parties will not protect our girls, then they do not deserve to be your elected representatives. They are not representing the best interests of young girls, or women, or the men who love their families. It’s time to stop the nonsense by telling them, with your vote, that you will not support the humiliation of our mothers, wives and daughters. It’s time to learn what’s going on; forget the whining phase; and do something.

If you don’t have a CHP candidate, it’s time to start an association and build before the next election.

Our children deserve better! Let’s do our best to deliver it to them.

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