When Is Black, White And A Man, A Woman?
Faith and Freedom with Liberty Counsel’s Mat Staver and BarbWire’s Matt Barber… An 11-minute weekday radio program discussing hot topics in the area of religious liberty, the sanctity of human life and the family.
When is white black and black white, and a man a woman and a woman a man? Well, this becomes very confusing. And now we’ve got so-called “transracial.”
That is coming fro Rachel Dolezal, now former header of Spokane, Washington’s NAACP chapter. She’s white but she identifies as black, and as a result has prompted a lot of social media and cable news talk around the country trying to make sense of this artificial construct regarding her racial identity.
Some people are saying that’s ridiculous…but it’s just as ridiculous for a man to think that he is a woman and consequently demand legal protection for that distorted viewpoint and thinking.
Mat Staver: Matt, this particular trans-racial issue of Rachel Dolezal, she has come out saying that she’s actually white but she identifies as black. It comes on the heels of the ridiculous stories regarding Bruce Jenner, where some people are lauding him and say “Oh he’s so well-respected and we ought to treat him as a woman” when decidedly he’s a man.
Matt Barber: Absolutely, and it’s very amusing to me. I mean…Rachel Dolezal, I feel sorry for her, she’s delusional, just as I feel sorry and we need to pity and pray for Bruce Jenner, for Rachel Dolezal.
They’re delusional. They’re people who are very, very confused.
But what’s amusing to me is to watch the Left eat itself alive here, eat their own over this. You have some leftists who are engaging in intellectual consistency here, who are saying “Well yea…we’re relativists. We believe that people can self-define their identity and their whole universe and truth and everything else.”
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