October 26, 2014
A group of insane pantomime dames have got together to dress-up as soldiers and pretend that they are members of the opposite sex.
Meeting in Washington, DC, identity-faggots from 18 different countries gathered to bitch and moan about how America still refuses to go along with their delusions that mutilating their genitalia magically changes their gender.
The meeting was arranged by the American Civil Liberties Union, a well-known Jewish front organization, for the purposes of undermining what little moral standing the American military has left.
The gathering, Perspectives on Transgender Military Service from Around the Globe, is the first-ever and largest international conference of transgender military service members on US soil.
The conference included currently serving transgender personnel from the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Sweden.
An estimated 15,500 transgender individuals currently serve in the US military, but they are banned by Pentagon rules from serving, and if their identity is discovered, the military is required to discharge them.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) supports the elimination of rules that ban transgender people from openly serving in the military, her office told the Washington Blade.
Drew Hammill, a Pelosi spokesperson, told the Blade on Friday she believes gender identity should not be a factor in prohibiting Americans from serving in the military.
‘Leader Pelosi believes there is no place for discrimination in the U.S. Armed Forces, including on the basis of gender identity,’ Hammill said.
Earlier this year a report found there is ‘no compelling medical reason’ for U.S. armed forced to ban transgender Americans from serving.
The independent commission led by a former U.S. surgeon general also concluded that President Obama could lift the decades-old ban without approval from Congress.
Dr. Joycelyn Elders, who served as surgeon general during Bill Clinton’s first term as president, and Rear Adm. Alan Steinman, a former chief health and safety director for the Coast Guard, led the report that was released on Thursday.
‘We determined not only that there is no compelling medical reason for the ban, but also that the ban itself is an expensive, damaging and unfair barrier to health care access for the approximately 15,450 transgender personnel who serve currently in the active, Guard and reserve components,’ it said.
The panel, convened by a think tank at San Francisco State University, said the ban has existed for several decades and apparently was derived in part from the psychiatric establishment’s consensus, since revised, that gender identity issues amounted to a mental disorder.