What’s in a Name?
What do The New York Times, transgender activists, the German bishops, and liturgy have in common?
Let me tell you.
Jennifer Finney Boylan, who writes for The New York Times on “family life, parenting, LGBT issues,” launched into a screed against Ryan Anderson’s new book, When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment. The column denounced the book as “abundant in junk science,” suggesting it was the result of his “many minutes of meticulous research” and filled with a multitude of “things to break your heart in this book.”
Why pursue a reasoned argument when a few derisive comments and ad hominem