Last week, the American Civil Liberties Union issued a public statement to commemorate the first anniversary of the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The statement cited one of Justice Ginsberg’s most famous comments on women’s rights, but was edited to change what she actually said.
The correct quote is “The decision whether or not to have children is crucial to a woman’s life and dignity…choice.”
American Civil Liberties Union said: “The decision to have or not have a baby is critical to (human), life and (their), dignity. Not a full adult who can make their own decisions. They forgot Justice Ginsberg was speaking about women.
It is not surprising that American Civil Liberties Union would like to eliminate women. They have been anti-women’s rights from the beginning. Except for occasional symbolic lawsuits they rarely have an effect or make matters worse. This includes their lawsuit against Betsy DeVos which weakens Title IX.
They opposed the Equal Rights Amendment in 1950s and 1960s. They claimed that women don’t need to be equal and that long-term unequal pay was “just a bad habit”. Inexplicably, they began to support ERA 1970 and became involved in the case that ended ERA.
Modifying the RBG quote is stupid, as it exposes ACLU’s antifemale core. This is what ACLU usually tries hard to conceal. This is also a deep disrespect to Justice Ginsberg who uses words like “females” and “shes” to convey the unique suffering that women suffer as women instead of men. Imagine the American Civil Liberties Union quoted Martin Luther King as saying: “I have a dream that one day little () boys and girls will hold hands with little () boys and girls”, and what he actually said is, “I have It is a dream that one day, little black boys and girls will hold hands with little white boys and girls.”
There is a lot of money to support the push to eliminate words such as “females” from American culture. This is supposedly to ensure that all people are included. But, the truth is simpler. Pecuniary interests are trying to eradicate the word “women”, in order to suppress their power as a group of people. To help non-binary people, it is possible to add words such as “nonbinary” so that everyone feels included.
We can’t use “woman” because we don’t have the right to use “man”, and it won’t help people who live in a different reality from their biological reality. The law will protect a biological man who is a female living as a boy from discrimination. The law will protect him as non-dual persons if he is discriminated against for being a nondual individual. The elimination of the word “person” would not only harm his rights but also hinder them.
What happens next if groups like the American Civil Liberties Union keep promoting nonsense that eliminates the words “woman”, men, boys and girls from society? Will Helen Reddy’s song “I’m a woman” be replaced by “I’m a human” in her song? Is it necessary to sing “No Person No Cry” from Bob Marley? Guess who is “American”? Santana’s Black Mage; Roy Orbison and Aretha Franklin’s ((You make me feel like…) a natural person”); Percy S (“When a person falls for someone”) by Matty Robbins; Percy S (“When a person loves someone”) by Leitch; Brown Eyes by Van Morrison; Wait for One” from Foreigners People Like Your; Surfers” by The Beach Boys; Standing By Your Side” Tammy Wynette; Tambourine” by the Byrds; James Brown’s “This is a World of One Person”; Connie · “Where are the people” by Connie Francis and “Southerners” by Neil Young?
Are there any protestors who will show up at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and demand it be renamed Brigham and Women’s Hospital as soon as possible? Can the National Women’s Organization and the League of Women Voters keep their names? Is it necessary to eliminate the terms “women” and “women?” from our laws. It is common for the term to appear in Massachusetts over 500 places. The purpose of the term is to protect women from discrimination. Otherwise, according the federal constitution, women do not have complete equality.
Label makers will not eliminate women as a category of people regardless of what their true agenda may be. If the word “female” does disappear from our language environment due to the nightmare of sufficient funds, women will be stronger and more united than ever before, because nothing ignites more than an organized attempt to erase it. A movement.