LGBT rights – lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender
What does LGTB stand for?
LGBT rights, or GLBT, is an initialism that stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender.
What motivated the desire of legislating the LGTB laws?
while on the other hand; they were also working hard on silencing the man’s authority in the family,
Through the study of behaviors ( psychological status of extreme feminism, narcissism, lack of fathers as positive role models in families, and the lack of godly moral principles in a woman’s social activities, can finally formulate into a gender disorder in the children’s life.
A mother’s state of unforgiveness towards the male, and extrem feminist, can lead to gender disorder in a fetus which is still in a woman’s embryo.
This gender disorder has now become a democratic right known as (LGTB) for those children who are diagnosed with such side effects.