The Rev. Franklin Graham has once again spoken out against chain store Target’s announcement that it will stop separating toys and bedding into boys and girls sections, by stating that such a move ignores the traditional American families that “made its stores strong” in favor of the gender-neutral movement. “I have news for them and for everyone else – God created two different genders. Jesus said, ‘Have you not read that He who created them from the beginning made them male and female’ (Matthew 19:4),” he said, adding, “you can’t get any clearer than that.”
“And this is not something that’s subjected to choice, you don’t just get to pick who you identify as. I don’t care what modern science and advanced medicine say – you are what you’re born with, not what you perceive to be because you’re delusional and deranged enough to believe your outer organs don’t match your inner feelings,” he went on a rant while commenting on his aforementioned Facebook post. “ God has stated his design very clear, that’s why women and men are so similar, yet so different at the same time. There’s no room for confusion or questioning. If your thingy is on the outside – congratulations, you’re a man, if it’s on the inside – you’re a woman. It’s that simple,” he told The Huffington Post.
“Just the other day I was walking down the street and I saw – I’m sorry to have to say what I’m about to say, but it’s for the purposes of proving a point – I saw one of the most beautiful behinds ever, literally, I felt like crying. It was wrapped in skinny jeans, plump, toned and sculpted like you wouldn’t believe. But, as I lifted my eyes, when the person turned around, I was shocked and disgusted to realize it was actually a man and not a woman. That completely blew my mind, the realization that clothes are today worn as if there is no difference between the genders, when there clearly is a major one,” Graham added.
He continued, “Therefore, we need to change things and we need to change them now. There are many ways to do that, some great, some not so much, but the last thing we want is to allow men to wear women’s clothes and vice versa – unless they’re playing a prank. So, what I think we should do is, we should get the manufacturers to start marking all women’s clothes with a symbol, any symbol, like, I don’t know, a pink star or something. And women across America should also tag their existing clothes with the same symbol and make it visible. That way, they’ll be able to respect the genders created by God.”
“Because, at the rate we’re going, soon you won’t be able to tell if a person is male or female just by looking at them, things have gotten that weird. The gender line is being constantly attacked by the gender-neutral movement, so much so that today men can and are wearing women’s clothes shamelessly in public, starting with those darn skinny jeans and pink t-shirts and whatnot. This has to stop and this has to stop now or we’ll all go down in flames. And when we do, the Devil is going to be waiting for all those feminized men to give them a piece of his…mind,” Graham concluded.