What is the H.R.5 – Equality Act?

The H.R.5 – Equality Act, 117th Congress (2021-2022), is sponsored by “Rep. Cicilline, David N. [D-RI-1]” and there are 224 cosponsors: all of them (100%) are Democrats.

One of the bill’s bottom lines is that it, “prohibits discrimination based on sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity in areas including public accommodations and facilities” including that it “prohibits an individual from being denied access to a shared facility, including a restroom, a locker room, and a dressing room, that is in accordance with the individual’s gender identity” which is tentative and based on one’s subjective say so, their self-identify du jour.

It is noted, “Discrimination can occur on the basis of the sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy, childbirth, or a related medical condition of an individual, as well as because of sex-based stereotypes. Each of these factors alone can serve as the basis for discrimination, and each is a form of sex discrimination.”

Also, “Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (referred to as ‘LGBTQ’) people commonly experience discrimination in securing access to public accommodations” and the bill also refers to “LGBTQ people, including gender nonbinary people.”

Note that L, G, and Q all refer to the same thing: homosexuality. The T actually discredits L, G, Q, and B since it collapses gender binary categories.

It is also noted, “Women also have faced discrimination in many establishments” and this bill will also discriminate against women because it means that a girl or woman can devote their lives to sports, for example, to get close to the pinnacle of their craft only to have some guy claim he’s a female and utterly obliterate them—this has already been known to happen, such as when a man entered a women’s weightlifting competition and won everything or the MMA fighting man who legally destroyed a woman’s face—for money.

Now, this bill gets into the prevention of therapy for those who want it as it notes, “The discredited practice known as ‘conversion therapy’ is a form of discrimination that harms LGBTQ people by undermining individuals’ sense of self worth, increasing suicide ideation and substance abuse, exacerbating family conflict, and contributing to second-class status.”

This touches upon why I titled my book “The Occult Roots of Postgenderism” as “And a History of Changes to Psychiatry and Psychology.”

Psychiatry and Psychology have changed their diagnosis and treatments not due to science but due to socio-political activism: and it is not me saying that, they are very openly honest about it in their literature.

As for “increasing suicide ideation,” that is hard to believe if only on the basis that when left to their own devices, the LGBBTQIIAPPR+ communities (plural) have an off the charts rate of suicide as it is.

We are told, “Individuals who are LGBTQ, or are perceived to be LGBTQ, have been subjected to a history and pattern of persistent, widespread, and pervasive discrimination…This discrimination inflicts a range of tangible and intangible harms, sometimes even including serious physical injury or death.”

Yet, ones worse enemies will tend to be within one’s in-group. Here is an example from my book In Consideration of Rev. Dr. Mel White on Christian Homosexuality wherein I merely quoted long time homosexual activist Harvey Fierstein’s Op-Ed for The New York Times entitled, “The Culture of Disease” (7-31-03):

So we produced advertising, created enlightenment programs, spent endless hours making certain that having AIDS or being H.I.V. positive was nothing to be ashamed of. We did a great job. Maybe too great a job. After all the effort exerted to convince the world that AIDS is not a gay disease, we now have a generation embracing AIDS as its gay birthright…Many of our young men see infection as a right of passage [sic], an inevitable coming of age. I hear of them seeking the disease as entree into the cool, queer inner circle that being negative denies them…

Unlike the photos in the ads we see, most of my friends who are on drug cocktails [to treat H.I.V.] are not having the time of their lives. They spend mornings in the bathroom throwing up or suffering from diarrhea. They spend afternoons at doctor’s appointments, clinics and pharmacies. And they spend endless evenings planning their estates and trying to make ends meet because they are not well enough to support themselves and their new drug habit. And those are just the friends for whom the drugs work. For many women the cocktails are nothing but a drain on finance, internal organs and stamina…

We have done a terrific job removing the stigma of having AIDS. But in doing so we’ve failed to eliminate the disease. H.I.V. is an almost completely avoidable infection. You need to be compliant in some very specific behaviors to be at risk. In fact, if every person now infected vowed that the disease ended with him, we could wipe out the ballooning number of new infections. Instead, we’ve sold our next generation into drug slavery and their destiny to medical researchers because we’d rather treat each other as sexual objects than as family…stop minimizing the infection with cute little names like “the gift” or “the bug.” [emphasis added for emphasis].

The bill admits, “Numerous provisions of Federal law” and I will add already, “expressly prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex, and Federal courts and agencies have correctly interpreted these prohibitions on sex discrimination to include discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity, and sex stereotypes” so why another, why more?

Part of the bill’s answer is to force landlords to have no say as to whom they will rent, “LGBTQ people often face discrimination when seeking to rent or purchase housing.”

Another reason is that “There is, however, an unfortunate and long-documented history in the United States of attorneys discriminating against LGBTQ individuals, or those perceived to be LGBTQ, in jury selection.”

The bill will also destroy even more adoption agencies and similar organizations by forcing their hand since, “Although same-sex couples are 7 times more likely to foster or adopt than their different-sex counterparts” for obvious reasons, “many child-placing agencies refuse to serve same-sex couples and LGBTQ individuals.”

The bill (aka Act) is also meant to “provide guidance and notice to individuals, organizations, corporations, and agencies regarding their obligations under the law.”

The bill seeks to amend other Acts, such as the “Unlawful Employment Practices.—Section 703 of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000e–2)…by striking ‘SEX,’ and inserting ‘SEX (INCLUDING SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND GENDER IDENTITY)’” which means the sky’s the limit: anyone can tentatively claim whatever they want at any given time and it must be accepted—by law.

It notes, “The term ‘gender identity’ means the gender-related identity, appearance, mannerisms, or other gender-related characteristics of an individual, regardless of the individual’s designated sex at birth.”

Also, “The term ‘sex’ includes—(A) a sex stereotype; (B) pregnancy, childbirth, or a related medical condition; (C) sexual orientation or gender identity; and (D) sex characteristics, including intersex traits” and “The term ‘sexual orientation’ means homosexuality, heterosexuality, or bisexuality.”

The bill contains many, many pages that are emendations to all sort of Acts in order to make this bill the one to rule them all.


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