Another study refutes LGBT argument

Wednesday, May 23, 2018
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

research petri dish microscopeA new study proves once again that the transgender movement is scientifically wrong and is denying the truth.

Scientists in Israel from the Weizmann Institute's Department of Molecular Genetics have done exhaustive research which reveals over 1,500 differences between men and women – not just in reproductive organs, but also in differences in the heart, brain, and skin. OneNewsNow spoke with Matt Barber of the Christian Civil Rights Watch.

"I'm sure that the gender-benders and the LGBT flat-earthers will be up in arms over the objective reality – as once again reaffirmed by yet another study by top scientists – that boys and girls are different," says Barber.

The LGBT movement, he says, wants to convince people – irrespective of definitive studies – that they are born in a body opposite their born gender, but mental health experts say it's a mental problem called "gender dysphoria" and that counseling is available.

"The takeaway from all this again," Barber adds, "is that all of the LGBT quackery and quasi-science is rooted purely, 100-percent in socio-political philosophies. It's rooted in a worldview that denies reality."

It also denies the truth of scripture, he notes, that says God created male and female (Genesis 2).

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