It’s Magic! You Only Have to Say You’re Transgender

And other dispatches from the front lines of the Sexual Revolution

By The Ruth Institute Published on April 4, 2023

“A new report from the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Washington Post shows the expression ‘transgender’ is not only absurd, it’s meaningless,” said Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D., President of the Ruth Institute.

The survey purported to show that most were happier after they’d transitioned, “though how this can be quantified is a mystery,” Morse observed. “More importantly, it shows that for most who call themselves transgender, it’s nothing more than a state of mind.”

For instance, among transgender adults, most had only “socially transitioned” (declaring that they were of the opposite sex), while fewer than one-third had taken puberty blockers or so-called cross-sex hormones, and only one in six had undergone any type of surgery.

Morse remarked: “Of course, if an individual has submitted to any of this, it wouldn’t change his sex. It would just give him the appearance of being the opposite sex.”

“But most who call themselves transgender have done nothing at all, other than perhaps wearing the clothing of the other sex,” Morse continued. “All it takes is a declaration that one identifies as the opposite sex, or is non-binary, to confer the coveted title of transgender.”

“In many public schools, a boy can use the girls’ bathroom by simply saying that’s how he identifies. It’s easy to see why so many girls and women are uncomfortable with the situation,” Morse commented.

“But that’s the reality of the gender wonderland we’ve created. We don’t even need chemical or surgical intervention to create an illusion. You are whatever you say you are,” Morse said. “And if anyone disagrees, label them transphobic and punish them accordingly. Problem solved.”

For more information see the Ruth Institute’s Transgender Resource Center.

Star Parker: Welfare Recipient to Welfare Reformer

Star Parker is a nationally syndicated columnist, author of several books, and founder and president of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education (CURE), a Washington D.C. public policy institute that fights poverty and restores dignity through messages of faith, freedom and personal responsibility.

Star has been a guest on The View and The Oprah Winfrey Show. She hosts her own weekly television news show, CURE America. Guests include members of Congress, administration officials and public opinion leaders from around the country.

With first-hand experience in the grip of welfare dependency, a Christian conversion changed Star’s life. She began consulting with federal and state legislators to fight poverty and reform welfare. CURE’s clergy program, a national network of more than 500 clergy, works directly with pastors to turn lives around.

Star describes “broken” zip codes, where “everything is broken. Their schools are broken, their community is broken, the families are broken, the systems to protect and serve are broken. I experienced those types of life patterns … . And that’s where God found me.”

Welfare is a cancer, and it’s metastasized to stage 4 … . It steals people’s dignity … . I work to change those laws, so people can change their lives. I’m a constant thorn on Capitol Hill to these legislatures who lie to their public and then come to Washington and do nothing on their behalf.

The welfare state said you don’t have to worry about the decisions you make, we have these safety nets. And so it started laxing the rules of marriage. Up until the 60s, 78% of black husbands were in their homes, raising their children. You fast forward to this welfare state that made these political promises that you don’t have to think about your sexual expression, and marriage started collapsing.

Hear Star’s simple solution for getting out of poverty. When she put this plan on billboards, BLM forced the billboard companies to take them down, “or they would burn them down.”

Learn more by watching this interview on the Ruth Institute Locals channel, YouTube, and Rumble.

Choosing to Heal: Will You Live as a Victim or as a Victor?

From clergy abuse survivor, Faith Hakesley’s “Ask a Survivor” blog.

Learning to truly live again after being hurt is challenging. While we all live with wounds of one kind or another, it can be all too easy for us to sit in our hurts and remain there. All survivors have to choose to heal — to pull ourselves up by the bootstraps, move forward, and either live like a victim or a victor.

The Merriam-Webster Dictionary tells us the definitions of victim and victor:

Victim — one that is acted on and usually adversely affected by a force or agent, one that is injured, destroyed, or sacrificed under any of various conditions, one that is subjected to oppression, hardship, or mistreatment, one that is tricked or duped.

Victor — one that defeats an enemy or opponent.

Is there one that sounds more like you than the other? Which one would you rather be?

The decision to pursue the life of a victor isn’t always an easy decision to make. We don’t necessarily choose the crosses we carry. Sometimes it doesn’t seem “fair” when someone who has been hurt by the sins of another has to pay the price. Yet, survivors do have to choose to either deal with the pain (this is ideal) or attempt to suppress it (certainly not ideal).

One needs to commit to doing the work in order to heal. For example, a survivor can read numerous books about mental health and trauma and see really good therapists and psychiatrists. They could be doing all the “right” things but, if they are not applying what they are learning, then nothing will change for them. They will likely continue living like a victim.

Keep reading.


The Ruth Institute is a global non-profit organization, leading an international interfaith coalition to defend the family and build a civilization of love. The Ruth Institute’s Founder and President, Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, is the author of The Sexual State: How Elite Ideologies Are Destroying Lives and Love and Economics: It Takes a Family to Raise a Village. Subscribe to our newsletter and YouTube channel to get all our latest news.

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