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A human rights expert charged with promoting LGBT issues through the United Nations said that changing one’s sex or gender based on self-identification is an “entitlement” under international human rights law.
Victor Madrigal-Borloz, the UN Independent Expert on LGBT issues, said gender is “firmly incorporated” in human rights law and that “it is the obligation of states to acknowledge and provide legal recognition of gender identity based on self-identification,” including for minors, during a press conference to present his latest report on gender to the Human Rights Council.
Madrigal-Borloz did not shy away from controversy during the press conference on June 25, even calling into question Hungary’s fitness as a member of the European Union because of the country’s stance against promoting LGBT issues in schools.
“Gender is not inherent to persons. There is no evidence to that effect,” Madrigal-Borloz said.
“Gender is, in fact, the relationship between a person’s free will and a series of stereotypes that assign behaviors or patterns or roles to a particular sex,” he explained.
“I see nothing within the limits of a democratic society that would justify restricting that freedom (to change sex or gender),” he concluded.
He was openly critical of Hungary’s laws prohibiting the legal change of sex or gender based on self-identification and the teaching of LGBT issues in schools. He said the laws promote an “upbringing based on Christian values and Hungarian identity” and that they “perpetuate stigma.”
“A human rights-based approach requires that limitations to freedom be justified by a valuable societal objective. And what is valuable societal objective to restricting a person’s decision related to gender?” he added.
He also said the Hungarian laws interfered with the ability to deliver comprehensive sexuality and gender education, which he said were necessary for the “deconstruction of stigma.”
In the report, Madrigal-Borloz said comprehensive sexuality education was helpful to “deconstruct stereotypes about sex, sexuality and pleasure” and when he presented the report to States before the press conference, he said it would help train teachers to talk to children about their sexuality and sexual orientation.
Madrigal-Borloz also questioned Hungary’s membership in the EU bloc based on the shared values of the bloc.
“To what extent can you bend that value base and remain in the bloc?” he asked.
Hungary supported the creation of the LGBT Czar position that Madrigal-Borloz now occupies in 2016.
When asked about transgender athletes, he brushed aside concerns asking, “Whether there is any evidence that these discussions reflect any real problematics?”
Madrigal-Borloz’s will publish the second part of his 2021 report on gender to the General Assembly this summer. It is anticipated to include a black list of individuals and organizations who oppose the LGBT agenda globally. He also said he plans to issue a report on the clash between religious freedom and LGBT issues in 2022.
It’s just about people in the privacy of their own bedrooms, they said.
They just want to get married, they said.
They’re not coming for the children, they said.
Of course they’re coming for the children, but they just want to show them the joys of anal ramming, they said.
The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus have now made this sick video private, where they boast about "converting" the children of conservatives.
"We're coming for your children!"
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— Jack Hadfield 👍🇬🇧 (@JackHadders) July 8, 2021