The Washington Post’s agenda of “expanded acceptance” for the LGBTQ agenda was apparent on the front of Friday’s Style section, with the headline: “He or she might actually favor ‘ze’: Preferred gender pronouns for transgender people get more awareness.” Reporter Ruth Tam led this indoctrination, and no one who isn’t “progressive” is included.

Tam began with an “Allied In Pride” organizer at George Washington University in DC: “To clarify their gender identity, students can request that others refer to them with traditional pronouns (he, him, his or she, her, hers), pick from a number of hybrid options, such as ze, hir, hirs, or use the plural pronoun ‘they’ to refer to an individual.” No one (in the modern idiom) considers this “cray-cray.”



Hollywood celebrities exuberantly celebrated President Obama’s recent declaration of support for gay marriage. But Hollywood did not have to come out of the closet and support homosexuality – it has long used its influence to purposely swing public opinion in favor of homosexuality. 

For several decades, Hollywood has shown its overt support for homosexuality. Brokeback Mountain was nominated for Best Picture for its unabashedly sympathetic portrayal of a doomed gay relationship. Newt Gingrich’s half-sister officiated at a gay wedding on “Friends” in the 1990s. More recently, late night talk show host Conan O’Brian officiated at an actual gay wedding.