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Richard Dawkins Canceled by American Humanist Association for Anti-Transgenderism

by | Apr 20, 2021 | LGBTQ Issues, News, Social-Issues | 0 comments

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Richard Dawkins, the well-known atheist apologist known for his blasphemies against God and his relentless promotion of a delusional worldview has been canceled by the American Humanist Association (AHA) for refusing to accept the delusion of transgenderism.

If justice could be anymore poetic, it’s hard to imagine how.

Dawkins, the God-hating secular theologian received the Humanist of the Year Award in 1996 but the board of AHA decided to revoke his award for anti-transgender tweets he made 25 years later. Some of those tweets include one in 2015 where Dawkins said, “Is trans woman a woman? Purely semantic. If you define by chromosomes, no. If by self-identification, yes. I call her “she” out of courtesy.” Another tweet in 2020, Dawkins praised an article pointing out the “oppressive nonsense” of “aggressive wokeism” in transgenderism.

But, just a couple of weeks ago, Dawkins tweeted, “In 2015, Rachel Dolezal, a white chapter president of NAACP, was vilified for identifying as Black. Some men choose to identify as women, and some women choose to identify as men. You will be vilified if you deny that they literally are what they identify as,” and then called for a discussion.

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Of course, Dawkins’ worldview is flawed and in his worldview, it is difficult to defend his position without resorting to a theistic worldview to defend his claims. Yet, he does, and most people, either theistic or atheistic, are able to clearly see the unreasonable and illogical claims behind this movement.

The AHA announced on April 19 their vote to withdraw Dawkins’ award in a tweet, stating “Today the American Humanist Association Board voted to withdraw, effective immediately, the 1996 Humanist of the Year award it bestowed on Richard Dawkins.”

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