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Dioceses in England have apologized for a leaflet critiquing gender theory after social media criticism from trans-activists and the National Secular Society.
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The flyers headlined "Gender Theory NO!" were inserted into Catholic newspapers all over Britain in the same week as the Vatican's Congregation for Catholic Education released its document "'Male and Female He Created Them': Towards a Path of Dialogue on the Question of Gender theory in Education."
The front of the leaflet features a group of young boys and girls asking: "Am I a boy? Am I a girl? Or both?" Under it is the verse from Genesis 1:27: "Male and female He created them."
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The flyer advertises the booklet "Gender Theory: Diversity or 21st Century Totalitarianism?" published by Tradition Family Property (TFP), a traditionalist Catholic charity based in Scotland.
The leaflets also warn against "Gender Theory" as a "delirious ideology claiming everyone can fancy themselves as a man, woman, neither or both at the same time according to mere whims."
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They caution parents to beware of "sophisticated activists" who "are already at work to impose their anti-Christian and anti-God views on children at your school."
The flyers were sent to Catholic schools and churches in the archdiocese of Liverpool as inserts in the Catholic Pic — the archdiocesan magazine. Inserting leaflets as part of paid-for advertising is normal procedure.
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Outraged trans-activists and leftwing media labeled the Catholic charity a "hate group" and condemned the leaflets as "transphobic."
The archdiocese of Liverpool immediately caved in and asked the publisher of its magazine, Mersey Mirror, to apologize for including the leaflet in the magazine.
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"An insert was inadvertently placed in the June edition of the Catholic Pic, the magazine of the Archdiocese of Liverpool,...
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