Bryan Fischer: If DADT is repealed: mandatory cross-dressing?
Friday, December 10, 2010 10:08 AM


By Bryan Fischer 


According to LifeSiteNews, sexually confused service members in Canada will be required to cross-dress as a matter of military policy. Yes, you read that right. Cross-dressing will not just be a privilege in the Canadian military, it will be an obligation. 


According to a just-issued mandate, military personnel must conform to the dress code and standards of their “target” gender. So a man who believes he is a woman will be required to start dressing as a woman, despite carrying around fully functional male equipment. This is regardless of whether genital mutilation surgery has taken place or not. 


Despite the fact that a former director of medical services for the military called the desire to undergo gender reassignment an “illness,” Canadian taxpayers are forced to cough up between $20,000 and $40,000 for every soldier who wants to undergo what is euphemistically called a “procedure.” 


Thus, any sexually confused Canuck knows there is one simple way to force taxpayers to pay for gender-bending surgery: join the military. I guess the motto of the Canadian military is now, “Be all you can be surgically mangled to be.” 


If you want to see where the overturning of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” will lead in the U.S., just take a glance at our neighbor to the north. It’s not a pretty picture. 


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