The Real-Life Body Snatchers!

If you’re a Sci-Fi enthusiast, you’ll no doubt recall the 1956 black and white classic science fiction horror film “Invasion of the Body Snatchers” starring actors Kevin McCarthy and Dana Wynter. In which alien spores from a distant plant fall from space, and grow into large seed pods, capable of reproducing and duplicating human form, by stealing all physical characteristics, memories, and personalities of each sleeping person the giant seed pods are placed near.

Fast forward to 2019, and that classic Sci-Fi “storyline” no longer seems like a fictional adaptation by what we’re witnessing today – the transgender and non-binary communities attempting to “snatch” the identity of biological women under a false banner of “inclusion.”

YOU MIGHT LIKE
Learn more about RevenueStripe...

This latest real-life horror story involves Procter & Gamble along with LGBTQ activists circumventing the “BIRTHRIGHT” of women by removing the Venus female symbol from the packaging of its “menstruation products” namely TAMPONS and MINI PADS.

The brand’s parent company Procter & Gamble said in a statement, “For over 35 years “Always” has championed girls and women, and we will continue to do so.”

Adding, “We’re also committed to diversity & inclusion and are on a continual journey to understand the needs of all of our consumers.”

LGBTQ activist Ben Saunders reportedly asked Always over the summer to change its packaging to be more inclusive.

A spokesperson for P&G told CBS News, the packaging change will happen starting in 2020.

“We routinely assess our products, packaging, and designs, We take into account a broad array of factors, including feedback from consumers, to ensure we are meeting the needs of everyone who uses our products. The change to our pad wrapper design is consistent with that practice, and will be adapted by multiple markets at various dates.”

LGBTQ activists and allies have been publicly asking P&G to redesign the packaging to be more gender-neutral. The group argues that using female symbols is “exclusive” to women, suggesting that some woman don’t menstruate, and some people who menstruate don’t always identify as women.

Doctor Jen Gunter, an OB-GYN tweeted out, “Some trans men/non-binary people menstruate. As do cis women who despise overly feminine products.”

Adding, “Cis women who can’t menstruate and trans women are harmed by the assumption that menstruation defines femininity, less ink for printing better for the planet. This is a win all around.”

Confused?

So am I, in that rather then attempting to dismantle the identity of woman for the sake of “INCLUSION,” which is currently destroying the identity of female athletes within woman sports, for the sake of “DIVERSITY,” logic would suggest creating a separate package designed for those confused individuals, in party dresses hopping from one gender to another.

Better still, allow LGBTQ activist Ben Saunders to design the package for P&G using whatever symbols he’s comfortable with, and leave unaltered biological women alone, with the packaging they’ve grown accustomed too.

However, my gut feeling regarding the issues of inclusion and diversity within the LGBTQ communities isn’t assimilation into a “diverse society” but rather domination of society, by changing the natural norms governing society, in that the minority is now setting standards for the majority, as evidenced by the capitulation of P&G.

In short the “body snatchers” are not content until they place a large seed pod next to every sleeping individual in America.

2 comments

  1. Three cheers for this most salient observation, Robert! These tedious efforts to ‘rewrite’ the reality book grow more ludicrous every day. Fortunately (as I keep telling all my European friends who wonder credulously over such bizarre matters like this that daily manifest in my adopted homeland) , I’m only visiting this curious planet!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Copyright Stella Management 2018, all rights reserved