Gender ideology is being implemented into all aspects of American life even though many people reject the belief that someone can be born in the wrong body.
The job of the government was never meant to count how many people believe they have the wrong parts. But it seems like some people in Washington are a bit confused as the purpose of elected officials is to protect our freedoms. I don't remember reading anywhere in our founding documents that the government is supposed to promote gender ideology.
Do you think promoting one radical ideology over the other actually trumps our natural right to religious freedom?
Sens. Marco Rubio and JD Vance sent a
to U.S. Census Bureau Director Robert Santos
on him to rescind its plan to incorporate gender identity and other sexuality questions in the survey that reaches more than 3.5 million Americans annually.
The proposed change would ask about someone’s sex “assigned at birth” as well as their “current gender.” That question would give the options of “Male, Female, Transgender, Nonbinary,” and a fill-in-the-blank option for none of the above.
The is intended to reach all respondents that are at least 15 years old.
The Census Bureau previously requested to waste $10 million on how to study a way to ask this question without hurting anyone's feelings.
You know, because it is that important to protect people from a feeling.
The American Community Survey
a wide range of topics, from family life, income, education levels and employment, internet access, disabilities, and military status.
The Census Bureau previously said in a Federal Register notice that federal agencies are interested in the data for civil rights and equal employment enforcement.
In other words, it's all for affirmative action and equity. Because anything for inclusivity, right?
“One such emerging need of our Nation is to improve the measurement of sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) population,” the budget request said,
to The Center Square. “Improving how we collect data about sexual and gender minority (SGM) populations is a critical step in producing accurate data.”
It just feels like every year people are coming up with more and more labels that subsequently force everyone into some group. It is either you are a Citizen or you are not a Citizen. Why do we have to waste millions of dollars to make this so complicated?
“We can learn about health, economic, housing, and other outcomes that might be worse for LGBT people because of the stigma and discrimination that they face, and we can track changes over time to see if laws and policies are leading to more equality,” said M. V. Lee Badgett, an economics professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherst,
to AP News.
But the main
I have with the Census Bureau is how it includes noncitizens. Its entire purpose is to decide the representation in the House of Representatives, which also affects presidential elections.
Including noncitizens in the count is unjust and subsequently devalues the votes of actual citizens.
And on top of that, unelected bureaucrats want to start asking about sexual identity. Is this just another way to justify funding even more leftist causes?
At one point in time, if a stranger asked a minor about sex, it was condemned. Does it seem like progressives might have their priorities backward?