“It’s just me in a dress” – because all men do that apparently.

I first wrote about Grayson Perry a couple of weeks ago when I discovered that the progressive media outlet, The Guardian, was using a cross-dressing nutbag to explore modern masculinity. But the rot goes a bit deeper than that. He has a television program on the subject as well. In an interview with the same newspaper that employs him, Grayson came up with his 12 steps to being a modern man. It’s time to go fisking. You know you want to.

 Before we examine, (tear to pieces), his 12 steps it’s important to understand the context that underpins the line that The Guardian is pushing here. At the very top of the piece is written this heading:

What does it mean to be a man in a world where gender distinctions are blurring?

This is the setting of the overall tone. It is the very big lie that is being driven all around the world. There are two reasons why I know this is a lie. Firstly, The American college of Pediatricians recently refuted it. And secondly I’m not a fucking lunatic. (It used to be that crazy people thought they were Napoleon, but that’s looking positively quaint now).

As the good doctors say, no one is born with a gender, everyone is born with a biological sex.

Gender (an awareness and sense of oneself as male or female) is a sociological and psychological concept; not an objective biological one.

Stating that gender distinctions are blurring is at best a lie and at worst a cruel and evil attempt to enforce lunacy on the general population. Thus, it is no surprise that Grayson’s 12 steps are comfortably wrapped in this new social programming tool. He is of course the perfect individual to do so, (and more than willing to infect the general population with his personal brand of insanity. How self-important he must be feeling now. All those years of suffering have been made worthwhile. This sick and diseased mind now gets to spew forth its hatred of men everywhere under the guise of caring for their happiness.)

One more quote before we begin:

Perry thinks the shocking suicide rates in the UK – men aged between 20 and 49 are more likely to die from suicide than any other single form of death – is just one reason why we urgently need to address our view of what being a man should involve.

It’s so caring of them. They care about male suicide rates. And they want to fix those by introducing gender psychosis. As the American college of pediatricians say,

Rates of suicide are twenty times greater among adults who use cross-sex hormones and undergo sex reassignment surgery, even in Sweden which is among the most LGBTQ – affirming countries.11 What compassionate and reasonable person would condemn young children to this fate knowing that after puberty as many as 88% of girls and 98% of boys will eventually accept reality and achieve a state of mental and physical health?

No compassionate or caring person would do that. Only someone with a truly evil agenda.

After starting this examination I realized that it was going be too long for a blog post. So I decided to put this up as a podcast, the very first podcast in fact which I’ve been promising for some time. I hope you enjoy it. Please like and share it and follow the podcast if you deem it worthy.

And a quick link to John C Wright’s post which I mentioned in the podcast. And here was the quote I was searching for during the podcast:

If humanism were right in declaring that man is born only to be happy, he would not be born to die. Since his body is doomed to die, his task on earth evidently must be of a more spiritual nature. It cannot be unrestrained enjoyment of everyday life.