Marry Rice Hasson (center) addresses concerns for women's rights during a panel discussion about combatting trans ideology titled, "Unmasking Gender Ideology: Protecting Children, Confronting Transgenderism" at First Baptist Dallas on March 23, 2023. | The Christian Post
By Ian M. Giatti - Posted at The Christian Post:
For Mary Hasson, it all started in 1996 with a small band of “transsexual activists” who met in Houston.
It was at that meeting that the International Bill of Gender Rights was created, a document which stated, among other things, that humans “have the right to define their own gender identity regardless of chromosomal sex” or genitalia; the right “to change their bodies cosmetically, chemically, or surgically;” and the right to enter into marital contracts and bear children.
“And nobody cared,” Hasson, an attorney and fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center in Washington, D.C., told CP’s Generation Indoctrination event in Dallas. “It was a document that fizzled, got no attention. That was 1996.
“Fast forward to today: here we have those very same beliefs that are now Biden Administration policy. And make no mistake, this is a belief system. It’s a belief about who we are as human beings.”