Is Bradley/Chelsea Manning part of the new sexual revolution?

Perhaps some sympathetic benefactor will help him to be all that he can be … as a female. Photo: AP/JMB

MILLINOCKET, Maine, August 25, 2013 — Remember the 60’s? Free love reigned and was on display at most music festivals back in the day. There was even an anthem for the movement: “If you can’t be with the one you love, honey, love the one you’re with.”

Many called it the sexual revolution. It was cool and chic to sleep around, make love and move on to the next willing participant. Little thought was given to lasting relationships, and marriage was totally out of the question.


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Fast forward to today and you’ll find there is a new sexual revolution. One where you can change your reproductive equipment if you don’t like what God gave you at birth.

The LGBT activists have made sure to highlight their sexual choices in the public eye for quite some time, and now that Bradley/Chelsea Manning wants to be regarded as female, they have a new celebrity to keep their cause in the spotlight.

One wonders about the timing of his very public announcement. Is it merely a publicity stunt designed to give him/her a greater chance to score book and movie deals? He/she most certainly would have gotten those deals anyway, given the nature of today’s gossip hungry society.


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The Army has already made it clear that Manning will not get hormone treatments or “gender reassignment” therapy at their expense, so how does he plan to achieve this transformation? Perhaps some sympathetic benefactor will help him to be all that he can be — as a female.

That is if the Army will allow it. If not, Mr./Ms. Manning will have to deal with inmates who couldn’t care less what gender he calls himself.

JMB

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Jim Bozeman spent most of his working years in the printing business. Much of his work involved copy writing and proof reading. Born and raised in the Deep South, Jim is now retired and living in central Maine. 

 

 

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