gender identity

How “Gender Equality” Harms Women and Girls

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We invite you to join us in New York for an often forbidden conversation about true equality and the protection of women and girls. About this event PLEASE BE ADVISED: This is an in-person event, not a Zoom meeting. Event will be held in New York City. Location specifics will be emailed to registrants closer […]

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The Gobbledygook Gender Word Salad Helps Destroy Young Lives

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Gender fluid artist Mx. Alok Vaid-Menon (infamously known for his assertion that little girls are “kinky”) has announced that he’s moving into non-gender fashion design, “blending traditionally feminine shapes, such as bras and skirts, with clothing that defies gender categories.” Here, we find ourselves again subjected to more meaningless absurdity, reported by the mainstream press, beginning with the […]

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Kara Dansky: How the “Transgender” Agenda Harms Women & Girls

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Today on Venus Rising, we welcome attorney, public speaker, writer, and consultant, Kara Dansky. Kara has an extensive background in criminal justice law and policy and is unabashedly committed to protecting the rights, privacy, and safety of women and girls on the basis of sex in law and throughout society. Kara currently serves on the […]

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Celebrating the Past Year as We Look Forward to the Next

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It’s been said that winter isn’t a season, but rather a celebration. We’ll admit, we aren’t really big fans of the cold and dreary weather that accompanies winter, but we love the celebration that winter beholds. Maybe Aristotle thought the same when he said, “to appreciate the beauty of a snowflake it is necessary to […]

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Film Review: “Intended Parents”

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In our global fight against commercial surrogacy, we routinely find ourselves up against skillfully executed propaganda pieces that tug at the heartstrings and obscure objectivity, causing people to think that the ends justify the means when it comes to surrogacy. Intended Parents is not one of those pieces.  The 32 minute video produced by Dr. […]

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Has America Had Enough of Radical Transgender Ideology?

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America has had it, and the cracks in the veneer are showing. The expression of our outrage is heard in the chants of “Let’s Go Brandon!” at public events, seen among parents pushing back on radical educational agendas that insert trans ideology into curriculum in places such as the Loudoun County school district in Virginia, where a […]

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Counting Our Blessings

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Dear friends, Motivational speaker and writer William Arthur Ward once said, “Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.” During this season of thanksgiving, we at the CBC want to hand out gifts of gratitude and make sure that we explicitly express how grateful we are for your […]

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Exploring the Intersection of Sexual Politics and Women’s Rights

Welcome back to another interesting episode of Venus Rising, now available on Spotify, iTunes, and Podomatic. This week Kallie sits down with a young freelance writer and literary scholar, Donovan Cleckley.  Donovan holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Montevallo and a Master of Arts in English from Tulane University. His research focuses on the relationship between women’s […]

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October News from the CBC!

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Dear friends, “I want people to know how traumatic that [surrogacy] was. Whenever I talk about it puts me back in that place and I feel all of the things I was feeling when I had to go through that.” We hope these words sound familiar and that you have had an opportunity to listen […]

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“Trans Mission” Gets Massive Viewership, Backing from Experts, Despite Restrictions Posed by Social Media Platforms

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Despite social media platforms restricting some of the advertising for the powerful film “Trans Mission,” the documentary has been widely viewed online, and garnered support from medical experts, authors, and child counselors. In spite of social media restrictions on advertising for the recently-produced film, “Trans Mission: What’s the Rush to Reassign Gender?” the documentary and […]

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UK conference on “Gender Dysphoria – a Therapeutic Model for Children, Adolescents and Young People”: Part Two

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In the first part of my review as a participant in this conference, the main contributors were identified, and the backdrop of political interference from the extreme gender lobby was described, with its widespread political colonisation having engulfed the medical and psychotherapeutic professions. One explicit purpose of the conference was to encourage therapists to feel […]

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Making An Impact With Our New Documentary

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We have been counting down the days to be able to send this letter out to you and to announce our newest documentary! Just this month The Center for Bioethics and Culture has released its new, long-awaited and culturally significant documentary Trans Mission: What’s the Rush to Reassign Gender? This new film features many different […]

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Navigating My Daughter’s Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria

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Welcome back to this season’s final episode of Venus Rising now available on Spotify, iTunes, and Podomatic. Today Kallie has a candid and informative talk with Brynne, one of the brave mothers featured in our newly released documentary “Trans Mission: What’s the Rush to Reassign Gender?” At age 13, Brynne’s daughter began suffering from “Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria” […]

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New Documentary Debuts June 17!

Thursday, June 17, 2021 New documentary “Trans Mission” explores how kids and parents are caught in the mawof child gender medicine programs The Center for Bioethics and Culture has produced a powerful documentary film, “Trans Mission: What’s the Rush to Reassign Gender?,” taking a deep dive into the gender identity industry, exploring the issues around […]

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Why is the CBC Taking on Transgenderism?

Recently I had a private exchange with a few people online who wondered why I was taking a critical stance against the transgender issue. They support our work as it relates to #BigFertility in the areas of surrogacy and women’s rights, maternal bonding, etc, but they struggled to see how transgender advocacy has anything to do with […]

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NOW Says a Man Can Be a Woman

On May 12, 2021 the National Organization for Women (NOW) tweeted this: Trans women are women. They deserve equal opportunity, health care, a safe community & workplace, and they deserve to play sports. They have a right to have their identity respected without conforming to perceived sex and gender identity standards. We stand with you. […]

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May News From the CBC

The 2021 Paul Ramsey Institute Award Dinner honoring Helen Alvaré was an enormous success! It was so wonderful to see so many people, gathered safely, celebrating the work of Professor Alvaré and the Center for Bioethics and Culture. The night was one that we will surely remember for years to come. We want to thank […]

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