Boy from N.Y. Next Face of CoverGirl

All my life, men have been bombarded about being men. Men do not share their feelings. Men are insensitive. Men are too rough, crude, etc. But, now there is a “trend” sweeping our country. And no matter what you think about gender, there is no doubt that things are not getting better for women.

I reported that some states were allowing male students to compete against females. Now, set aside the fact that there have been years of struggle to get females the right to compete. Forget that a hundred years ago; there was no such thing as women’s sports. Now, as we will soon see, this will push women out of all spots. And now it has begun.

The New York Times reports

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So what does it mean that CoverGirl’s latest face (joining the ranks of Zendaya, Katy Perry, Pink and more) is … a boy? And a noncelebrity boy at that?

He is James Charles, 17, a high school senior from Bethlehem, N.Y., who lives with his parents and a younger brother and does makeup for friends in his spare time (at no charge). In the past year or so, Mr.

Charles has amassed nearly 600,000 followers on his Instagram account and more than 80,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel, where he posts tutorials for creating fake freckles or layering chunky glitter around the eyes.

Now, I could bemoan the fact that this boy has taken the spot of a girl. That in itself should be enough to enrage the feminists of the world. But, rather, they cheer. They cheer as they take ten steps back. They cheer because they are too stupid to see they are losing all that they had worked to accomplish. But instead, I weep for this boy and the things that this culture is doing to him and boys like him.

Rather than tell him that he has a condition called Gender Dysphoria and that he needs treatment, they encourage his psychosis. They do this because they love their own sin and encourage it in others. (Rom. 1:28-32)

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