Denmark's Women's Museum renamed itself the "Gender Museum" and put up this statue
· Apr 21, 2023 ·

So, there's this museum in Denmark that used to be called a "Women's Museum" which is now called the "Gender Museum" and they have this very interesting statue they've put up in order to celebrate "gender."

And... I don't even have words for it.

[Warning: Semi-Nude Androgeny]




What an insult to women.

This is a gender non-conforming, biologically nonsensical work of art that shows a man with male genitals breastfeeding a baby with female breasts.

It's supposedly a symbol of "the hybrid of masculine and feminine in today's society." While I'm sure they think this is super enlightened, it's literally what ancient pagan cultures did with their gods. Consider Asherah, also known as Ishtar, a sex goddess – the consort of Baal – whose worship included male prostitutes who dressed as women and offered their "services" in groves of trees.

"They also set up for themselves high places, sacred stones and Asherah poles on every high hill and under every spreading tree. There were even male shrine prostitutes in the land; the people engaged in all the detestable practices of the nations the Lord had driven out before the Israelites." - 1 Kings 14:23-24

If you've ever wondered what Israel 3,500 years ago looked like, then welcome to the "progressive" future.

Of course, there will always be those who say we shouldn't complain about the Fall of Rome because who cares if someone over the ocean makes a naked statue of himself nursing a child?

Fact: It's gross and especially demeaning to women (it literally erases them) and it is a spit in the face to the natural order of creation and our Creator. No civilization that does these things survives.

But this is what the secular Left wishes the world was like: That anyone can be anything their mind allows with rules and no consequences.

How unhinged!

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