Scientifically illiterate EPA thinks people can be a ‘blend’ of male and female genders

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Jude Henry
December 16, 2016

A prenatal ultrasound test can definitively reveal whether a human who is safely developing in the womb is male or female. And since the early days of humanity, long before ultrasounds had come about, people have known that each human baby is either a male or female. A person is one or the other, but not both at the same time.

This obvious fact has been accepted over time and backed up by science. However, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) somehow thinks it can bypass reality and long-accepted societal standards to create its own definitions and policies on how gender is defined.

False claims

“Gender identity is ‘[o]ne’s innermost concept of self as male, female, a blend of both or neither—how individuals perceive themselves and what they call themselves,’” the EPA claims. The problem is that this is utterly false. One does not determine one’s own gender; one is born as one gender, not a mixture of both male and female. Gender is not based on one’s “innermost concept of self.” A person can no more determine what gender (or mix of genders) they are than what race they are. This is obvious fact, backed up by such biological realities as gender-based anatomical characteristics, traits and hormones.

Collecting highly personal employee information

The EPA is collecting data from its employees through the Sexual Orientation Gender Identity (SOGI) program, asking them to voluntarily provide information on their sexual orientation and on whether they identify as male, female or a combination of both genders.

In addition to spreading the lie that a person can be a hybrid of both male and female at the same time, the EPA indicates that a person can identify with no gender at all. Not too many years ago, this type of idea would have been considered preposterous and laughable. But now, people in the federal government distribute ideas like these with straight faces.

Expanding information-gathering reach

The program was originally carried out just in the Midwest region of the country, and has recently become a national information-gathering initiative. By 2017, it is expected that the EPA will collect gender identity and sexual orientation information not just from employees, but also from those applying for jobs within the powerful federal agency.

The EPA’s goal in gathering this information from employees and candidates nationwide is to create more inclusive workplaces, and it believes that having this intimate information is essential for workplaces to be inclusive of all gender identifications and sexual orientations.

Matt Fritz, the EPA’s chief of staff, claimed in an announcement that the SOGI information would be an “important resource for developing workforce engagement strategies and improving organizational performance.” However, it is unclear how knowing about employees’ gender identifications and sexual orientations would accomplish those lofty objectives.

Privacy and security concerns

Collecting such personal and private information about employees should be a concern to everyone, especially considering that it is not clear how the EPA would handle the information, how it would use the information at some point in the future, and whether it would manage to keep the information private. With the reality of cyber attacks today, it is not guaranteed that the information would stay under lock and key.

The people at the EPA who are grossly misleading others when it comes to facts about gender need to emerge from their delusions and live in reality. The sooner it realigns such skewed thinking with the real world, the more effective the EPA will be at getting back to its real job of protecting our environment.

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Applications of MBT with Tom Campbell [Part 3] – Relationships & Gender

EBTV on presents host Evita Ochel with returning guest Tom Campbell of covering practical applications of MBT – My BIG Theory of Everything.

In this part 3 of 5 topics revolve around gender, differences between the sexes, how to make a romantic partner relationship work, how to know when to separate from a partner, as well as our relationship to nature and insects, and others as they relate to MBT.

Tom is a leading researcher and authority on consciousness, reality and out of body experiences, which he has been studying for over 30 years. He is a physicist, lecturer and author of the My BIG TOE trilogy.

PART 3: Relationships & Gender

1.How does MBT explain the purpose of gender and why we have it? (0:30)
– An explanation of sexual differences with respect to the rule set
– The difference between falling in love versus falling in need
– Understanding the fundamental differences between men and women
– The challenges of male and female communication
– Tom shares a prescription for both men and women specifically on how to make relationships work (applies to both hetero and homosexual partnerships) (8:50)
– The importance of men taking the initiative, as natural leaders
– Why need-based relationships don’t work, and why we have to build relationships on love
– Letting go of the Ego, beliefs, expectations and fear to benefit the relationship
– An explanation of why men are not getting short-ended in the process of applying Tom’s prescription, but given a chance to grow up
– Why negotiations in relationships fuel need-based relationships

2. How to best know if a current partnership is the best one for further growth and evolution, versus when to remove oneself from the partnership and seek a different one? (30:50)
– The importance of examining the potential of the partner to grow on a foundation of love
– Knowing that it is not about getting stuck in a relationship that isn’t working
– An explanation that love does not take two people, but one
– An explanation of how the giving is where the reward is, and that it is not about give and take that makes good relationships work
– Understanding how it is not about staying in abusive situations

3. Understanding the challenges of relationships with nature and other beings such as bacteria and insects. We are constantly waging war on our bodies and our environment, is there a better way to live according to MBT? (41:45)
– Tom shares how it has been our way to try to control and bully external environments
– Understanding that we are one with the ecosystem and that short term gain is not the answer if it results in long term loss
– Understanding the difference between killing for pleasure or out of fear, versus for survival of some sort
– The importance of intent in guiding any of our actions
– Tom shares how not to be paralyzed by not knowing and do the best you can and learn as you go
– The importance of not justifying our actions, which only fuels the Ego

4. Tom shares closing comments about how not to get lost in the intellectualizing of MBT and focusing on the theory, but rather putting it into practice and having a personal experience. (53:00)
– The fallacy of intellectualizing ideas and forming beliefs
– The importance of acting from a state of being, rather than doing
– The importance of holding a good intent and moving towards love
– Applying love in parent-child relationships, not manipulation
– The importance of bringing up fear and dealing with it on an experiential, not thought level
– Understanding that love is the answer and that we need to focus on our personal growth and evolution, not trying to fix others