February 22, 2022
WASHINGTON D.C. — As America continues the debate over transgender athletes in schools and universities, a newly released Pew Research Center study revealed that Americans are somewhat divided on whether “greater social acceptance” of trans-identified individuals is generally good or bad for American society. The majority (61%) of those who responded were either neutral or against public acceptance of transgender people.
“Younger adults, Asian Americans, those with a bachelor’s degree or more education, women and Democrats tend to be more likely to say social acceptance of transgender people is good for society. On the other side, White men, older people, those without a bachelor’s degree and Republicans tend to be more likely to say greater acceptance is bad for society,” one researcher noted.
Ryan Bomberger, chief creative officer and co-founder of The Radiance Foundation (Radiance, www.radiance.life), responded to this concerning apathy towards the transgender—and LGBTQ—movement in modern culture.
Bomberger commented, “The acceptance of transgenderism as a ‘social good’ requires the rejection of basic biology, common sense and compassion. Mainstream media and academia, in their efforts to put an unjustifiable positive-only spin on all things LGBTQIA+, never bother to challenge any assertions of the pseudoscientific propaganda. Even the Pew survey employed the unscientific phrase: ‘sex assigned at birth.’ Every biologist knows that sex is determined at fertilization by our DNA, not at birth. This unquestioned activism, prevalent in public education and in colleges and universities, is mangling our language, erasing women, and putting young children in harm’s way. A culture that once said, ‘just say no to drugs’ is now saying, ‘say yes to dangerous drugs and body-mutilating surgeries’ all because of self-identification rooted in treatable confusion.”
The Radiance Foundation is a faith-based, educational, life-affirming 501c3 nonprofit organization. Through creative ad campaigns, powerful multimedia presentations, fearless journalism, and compassionate community outreaches, The Radiance Foundation affirms that every human life has God-given purpose. Radiance has helped to lead congressional briefings and summits on Capitol Hill on abortion, adoption, and racism. Over the years, they’ve raised millions for pregnancy centers, maternity homes and adoption agencies as keynote speakers. They’ve spoken to thousands of students on campuses around the world including Harvard, Trinity College, Princeton University, University of Notre Dame, Mizzou, Columbia Law School, Penn State University, Eureka College, and Arizona State University, among others.