They’ve spoken – our beloved Hollywood celebrities, those treasured guardians of our moral fiber. In a staggering display of unity, 250 titans of movies, TV, and music have brought their might to bear in an open letter, demanding the behemoths of Big Tech – Meta, YouTube, TikTok, Twitter – suppress any voice daring to question the new orthodoxy.
Let’s get this straight.
We’re not talking about hate speech here.
We’re talking about a demand to extinguish any discourse that doesn’t champion radical gender surgeries for children. Yes, folks, you read that right. If you dare question whether a child, a CHILD, should undergo life-altering surgery, then, by the Hollywood decree, you’re out. Censored. Cancelled.
Why, you ask?
The reason, as stated in their well-crafted letter, is to stop the “massive systemic failure to prohibit hate, harassment, and malicious anti-LGBTQ disinformation.” They claim that opposition to their agenda fuels real-world violence against transgender individuals. But isn’t it possible that people might just have genuine, well-meaning concerns about such invasive procedures for minors?
The Hollywood entourage includes familiar names like Amy Schumer, Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato, Jamie Lee Curtis, Judd Apatow, Patrick Stewart, and many others. They lambaste ‘deadnaming’ and ‘misgendering,’ referring to them as hate speech tactics, before going for the jugular, demanding to know what the tech companies are going to do to address “malicious lies and disinformation about medically necessary healthcare for transgender youth.“
Yet, at the same time, a recent poll from Summit Ministries and McLaughlin & Associates shows that a significant majority of American voters – 61% – believe that introducing children to themes like transgenderism and LGBTQ+ may harm their emotional and psychological development. A further 73% demand businesses to stay neutral on such culturally and politically charged issues.
But hey, who cares about the opinions of the common folk, right?
We’re not Hollywood celebrities after all, just ordinary individuals with everyday concerns about the world our children are growing up in.
While these stars enjoy their glamorous lives and sway public opinion, ordinary people bear the brunt of their ideological crusades. Is this the new face of free speech in the age of Big Tech – the silencing of the many to serve the beliefs of the few?
The letter is audacious, demanding platforms to counter ‘misgendering,’ ‘deadnaming,’ and any content which they perceive as anti-LGBTQ. It seems they’ve taken it upon themselves to become arbiters of truth, the unseen hand shaping public discourse.
Is it a coincidence that the stars’ demands mirror the ‘mitigations‘ used against those who raised questions about the 2020 election or the origins of COVID-19? Anyone expressing dissenting views was swiftly silenced, their voices removed from public platforms. Now, it appears, they’re coming for anyone who doesn’t endorse their views on transgender youth surgeries.
This is not about attacking the LGBTQ+ community or questioning their rights. This is about highlighting the egregious overreach of Hollywood stars and Big Tech companies in silencing dissenting voices. This is about the essence of free speech – the right to express an opinion without the fear of being cancelled or deplatformed.
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Remember, we’re not talking about anodyne changes here. We’re talking about irreversible surgeries on children.
We’re talking about sterilizing our young.
We’re talking about an operation with deep and lasting consequences, both physically and psychologically.
And yet, if Hollywood has its way, this will be the new normal – an age where free speech is only free if it aligns with the whims of our glittering overlords.
This isn’t a conspiracy theory.
This is happening right before our very eyes.
We must ask ourselves – is this the future we want?
A world where discourse is dictated by the rich and famous?
It’s time to think, folks.
It’s time to resist.
It’s time to speak up – while we still can.
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Diana Maria Riva
Emily V. Gordon
Haley Baldwin Bieber
Jamie Lee Curtis
Jonathan Van Ness
Kamar de los Reyes
Kimber Elayne Sprawl
Laith De La Cruz
Michael D. Cohen
Michaela Jaé Rodriguez
Our Lady J
Scott Turner Schofield
T. Oliver Reid
Tracee Ellis Ross
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