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    Ho messo "non so" perchè non credo lo abbiano ancora capito loro cosa sia.
    "La disperazione più grave che possa impadronirsi di una società è il dubbio che vivere onestamente sia inutile" (Corrado Alvaro)

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    There is good evidence that many ancient societies sacrificed children
    to their gods. Parents in ancient Phoenician colonies in Carthage,
    Sicily, Sardinia and Malta slew their offspring prior to cremating
    them, hoping that the gods would hear their voices and bless them.

    We are rightly appalled by this, though sometimes I wonder whether we
    understand child sacrifice far more than we’d like to admit.

    I saw a video the other day featuring an American surgeon bragging
    that he had performed more than 3,000 double mastectomies on young
    women who had paid for gender reassignment, individuals confused –
    one might say encouraged – by those who profit from it into
    believing that their adolescent emotional trials can be ‘cured’,
    and happiness reign forever, if they subject themselves to this brutal

    And it is brutal – a process that often includes not only the
    aforementioned mastectomies but other appalling surgical processes:
    orchiectomy (that’s castration, in blunter language), the removal of
    the uterus, the demolition of the musculature of the forearm to make
    what is not a penis but must be referred to as such – all of that.

    For someone purporting to be a physician to perform this on children,
    to me at least, seems like something worthy of a prison sentence.

    Whatever happened to the doctrine expressed by the ancient language as
    _primum non nocere_ – first, do no harm?

    The Hippocratic Oath has been replaced by a delusion: a belief that
    can be summarised as ‘by blocking the puberty of children, and then
    surgically altering them, we are only restoring what is theirs by
    right. A child’s feelings are the final arbiters of their
    reproductive destiny, and any attempt to contest their gender identity
    risks increasing their proclivity for suicide’.

    Lies. Lies. Lies. Then butchery.


    Psychologists – those in my own personal field of medicine – have
    also surrendered to this groupthink. The American Psychological
    Association’s ‘Task Force on Guidelines for Psychological Practice
    with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming People (TGNC)’ insists
    that psychologists and other professional counsellors offer
    “trans-affirmative” care, starting with such niceties as
    displaying “TGNC-affirmative resources in waiting areas”.
    Practitioners are also asked to examine “how their language (e.g.
    use of incorrect pronouns and names) may reinforce the gender binary
    in overt or subtle and unintentional ways”.

    These guidelines first read like a manual of indoctrination written by
    Marxist ideologues, and second like a document designed to undermine
    and destroy the practice of therapy itself.

    But at an alarming rate these ‘guidelines’ have transformed
    themselves into punitive laws governing what a psychologist or
    counsellor may say and think in relation to their clients.

    Let me make myself perfectly clear: speaking as a professional,
    whether in America, Britain, or anywhere, it is not the place of a
    therapist to “affirm” or, conversely, to deny, the “identity”
    of anyone whom they take into their care. People come to see a
    therapist, often after long and painful deliberation, because they are
    suffering, confused, or both. The job of that therapist is to listen,
    to question, and proceed with due caution, neither providing cheap
    advice (and thereby stealing their client’s successes or heaping
    failure upon them) nor assuming special knowledge of the proper
    outcome for a given individual.

    There is simply no way that I would ever tell an 18-year old woman
    that she is absolutely correct if sometimes she feels more masculine
    than feminine (however that feeling might emerge), and that if she
    feels that surgery is the answer then recommend hormones that day. I
    would instead spend many weeks, perhaps even months or years,
    listening to her unwrap her story, using caution as my watchword, and
    help her come to some thorough and well-developed understanding of
    both her autobiographical history and her destiny.

    That is not “affirmation” and neither is it “denial.” How
    could I possibly dare to do either when someone has come to me because
    they are mixed up and desperate – a state of twinned experience
    indicating a profound confusion about identity itself?


    I am focusing on the American Psychological Association (APA) because
    it is the body charged with establishing the norms and ideals for
    clinical practice in the most populous democracy on Earth –
    principles that will, and are, spreading around the West more broadly,
    including in Britain. Some of their ‘guidelines’ are appalling
    enough to deserve dissection:

    > _“Guideline 1. Psychologists understand that gender is a nonbinary
    > construct that allows for a range of gender identities and that a
    > person’s gender identity may not align with sex assigned at
    > birth.”_

    I don’t understand this radical postmodern definition of gender, one
    that rests on a person’s “deeply felt” or “inherent sense”
    of being one sex over another, regardless of biology.

    Psychologically it is indisputably the case that a non-trivial
    proportion of males have a feminine temperament (which essentially
    means that they experience higher levels of negative emotions such as
    anxiety and the analogs of pain – grief, frustration,
    disappointment, depression) and are more agreeable
    (compassionate/polite) than typical males, and equally true that a
    non-trivial proportion of females have a masculine temperament. But
    this does not change how, objectively, professionals should measure a
    person’s gender.

    Psychologists once cared if measurement followed standard practices of
    validity and reliability. Try reading, for example, a document
    published by the APA itself in 2014, where you will learn that a
    psychologist worth their salt is obliged to utilise “constructs”
    (i.e. terms such as “gender”) in a technically appropriate manner.
    This means, at the very least, that fundamental attributes must be
    measurable and measured properly.

    But all that goes out the window when we are discussing the magic of
    “gender” now, which is entirely subjectively defined, even though
    that insistence indubitably contravenes the earlier standards. But
    feelings _über alles_, folks. And it's no joke. Particularly if
    you’re 15, and have undergone surgery that makes you incapable of
    reproducing, often to foster someone else’s sense of moral
    superiority or sense of self-attributed “compassion”– a word
    that increasingly makes me shudder when I encounter it.


    Psychologists are also now adopting the simple-minded and
    anything-but-revolutionary doctrine of “intersectionality” without
    question. And what is that doctrine? Nothing more than the claim that
    human beings are characterised by identities that span multiple
    dimensions. Any given person has a race, ethnicity, sex, temperament
    (five dimensions there alone), intelligence level, etc. We’ve known
    that forever. It's only become a hot cultural item since fools noted
    the obvious fact that minority status might be additive or
    multiplicative. I hate to even point that out given that anyone with
    any sense whatsoever also knew, without any statistical training, that
    it was possible to be of Latino extraction, say (or even ‘LatinX’,
    to use that absurd, demeaning and patronising term) and female

    One cannot question this, however, without fear of being ostracised by
    one’s colleagues. Note the chilling wording of Guideline 7:

    > _“Psychologists understand the need to promote social change that
    > reduces the negative effects of stigma on the health and well-being
    > of TGNC people.”_

    In summary: if you’re not an activist (and one of our activists)
    then you better be watching over your shoulder.

    So what should govern my behaviour as a therapist, and your
    expectations as a client? The answer to that is: whatever the
    activists deem a priority at their whim. And remember that in court,


    I’m increasingly ashamed to be a clinical psychologist given the
    utter cowardice, spinelessness and apathy that characterises many
    colleagues and even more so my professional associations. At least in
    20 years when we all come to regret this terrible social experiment I
    will be able to say “I said no when they all came to insist that we
    participate in the sacrifice of our children.” Other countries, and
    Britain in particular, must not make the same mistakes as in the US
    and elsewhere.

    I cannot consent to what we are doing. I cannot abide by what have
    become the doctrines of my discipline. I believe that the acts of the
    medical ‘professional’ rushing to disfigure, sterilise, and harm
    young people with what are clearly ill-advised, dangerous,
    experimental procedures cross the line from ‘do no harm’ to
    outright harm.

    Only if we bury our heads in the sand will sterility, impaired or
    absent sexual function, complex reactions to poorly understood
    hormones, expense – and, intermingled with all that, misery and
    confusion – continue for countless young people. We must address the
    threat posed to the integrity of the entire education system as
    indoctrination into the same philosophy that spawned this surgical
    enterprise and the APA ‘guidelines’ grows. It threatens general
    public trust that our peace and prosperity depends upon.

    And, by the way: it will definitely be the case that a
    disproportionate number of children “freed” from their gender
    confusion would have grown up to be physically intact and fully
    functional gay adults. Need I point out that this unpalatable fact
    makes a mockery of any claim that the extended alphabet world of the
    LGBTQ+ coterie constitutes a homogeneous and unified “community.”

    We have crossed the line from ideological possession to active
    malevolence – and we are multiplying our sin (there’s an
    intersection for you) by attributing our appalling actions to
    “compassion”. Heaven help us. Truly.

    I will cast abominable filth upon you, Make you vile, And make you a spectacle.
    Nahum 3:6

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    I will cast abominable filth upon you, Make you vile, And make you a spectacle.
    Nahum 3:6


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