The World Forum - May 27th, 2024

"IT IS FOOLISH AND WRONG TO MOURN THE MEN WHO HAVE DIED. RATHER WE SHOULD THANK GOD THAT SUCH MEN LIVED.  George S. Patton Courage is being scared to death and doing the right thing anyway.  Chae Richardson    Just listen to Ronald Reagan's speech in the video and it is all I need to say on this day. Remember that this is a day to honor those that have given the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms, and I pray we don't let it slip out of our hands by giving America to the Communistic Left. I know Canadians have a separate day of "Remembrance" but they can also share in this day because they fought and died shoulder to shoulder with the Americans for the same principles. Guys, Please Kindly  ❤️   Recommend  

Gender self-ID for children as young as 12 passed into law by British Columbia


By law, those 12 and older do NOT need a doc or psychologist in order to change their gender marker AND, by request, people can get a birth certificate without a gender marker on it. Also - protect trans kids.

The British Columbia government unanimously passed an amendment to the province’s Vital Statistics Act Tuesday that allows gender self-identification for children as young as 12 years old.

Bill 15 was introduced on March 9 by NDP Minister for Health Adrian Dix and unanimously passed in the BC legislature on March 28. The law does two things: It allows children as young as 12 to change their legal sex on their birth certificate without the need for a doctor or mental health professional’s involvement, and it also allows residents of BC to be issued with a birth certificate that does not have a sex marker.

This move comes as several European nations and numerous US states take steps in the other direction and tighten restrictions on child and adolescent sex changes.

England, Sweden, Finland, and Norway have all undertaken systematic reviews of the evidence for affirmation and medical intervention for minors who identify as the opposite sex and found it to be of extremely poor quality. Each nation has pivoted away from the affirmative model of care favoured in Canada and back to a more cautious psychotherapeutic approach to treating this vulnerable cohort of young people.

A legal sex change formally recognises a young person’s social transition, but numerous experts are raising the alarm about allowing children and adolescents still in a crucial stage of identity development to take such a dramatic step.