Gender Stereotypes: What Would You Say?

BreakPoint.org

You’re in a conversation and someone says, “We must accept transgender theory in order for our society to move beyond harmful gender stereotypes.” What would you say?

That’s the topic of the latest video in our What Would You Say? series, which is designed to help you answer our culture’s toughest questions with clarity and confidence.

The tragic irony of transgender theory is that far from destroying sex stereotypes, it depends on rigid stereotypes about what it means to be a man or a woman. So, moms and dads are deciding that daughters must really be boys if they like to play with trucks, or that sons must really be girls if they like to bake cookies.

Also, when people do transition, they typically express sex-stereotypes. Think of the infamous Vanity Fair cover with Bruce Jenner wearing make-up and showing cleavage in a dress.

Transgender theory cannot move us beyond harmful gender stereotypes because it depends on them.

Come to WhatWouldYouSay.org for this and other videos to help you answer the tough questions.

Publication date: January 22, 2020

Photo courtesy: Pixabay


BreakPoint is a program of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview. BreakPoint commentaries offer incisive content people can’t find anywhere else; content that cuts through the fog of relativism and the news cycle with truth and compassion. Founded by Chuck Colson (1931 – 2012) in 1991 as a daily radio broadcast, BreakPoint provides a Christian perspective on today’s news and trends. Today, you can get it in written and a variety of audio formats: on the web, the radio, or your favorite podcast app on the go.

John Stonestreet is President of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, and radio host of BreakPoint, a daily national radio program providing thought-provoking commentaries on current events and life issues from a biblical worldview. John holds degrees from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (IL) and Bryan College (TN), and is the co-author of Making Sense of Your World: A Biblical Worldview.

2 thoughts on “Gender Stereotypes: What Would You Say?

  1. I knew a young lady in my last yet who was the definition of femininity. Problem was there was a lot more to her than met the eye. She was a mixed martial artist, and had boxes of trophies and belts in more Chinese, Japanese, and Korean words than your could shake a stick at. None of it distracted from the fact she was a lady and very much a woman. It just meant she was a woman who knew how to take care of herself.

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