Persecution in America

Brazil’s New Gov’t Opposes Gender Ideology: ‘A Girl Will Be a Princess’

January 10, 2019

“Attention, attention! It's a new era in Brazil: Boys wear blue and girls wear pink.” Under a Bolsonaro administration, “a girl will be a princess and a boy will be a prince.”

Does this not sound like the US our founding fathers would have wanted to see? However, it is not the US that is standing firm for the truth, its countries like Brazil.  Our so-called Christian Congress and Judiciary, have a lot to learn from the new Brazilian President.

Brazil’s new president, Jair Bolsonaro, is vowing to oppose the “ideology of gender” and “respect our Judeo-Christian tradition” as part of sweeping reforms that will tilt the country rightward.

Bolsonaro said the country’s goal should be to “prepare children for the job market, not political militancy.” “I call on all congressmen to help me rescue Brazil from corruption, criminality and ideological submission,” he said, according to the Associated Press.

His position on gender was mirrored by Damares Alves, who is Brazil's new minister of women, family and human rights. Alves, who is a Christian, opposes abortion.

“When I talk about life, I’m talking about life from conception,” she said. “I wanted our ministry to be called the ‘Ministry of Life and of Joy.”

In December, Alves said the “greatest human right” is the “right to life.”

“I am against abortion,” she said. “We want a Brazil without abortion. How? A Brazil that prioritizes public policies of family planning, where abortion is never seen as a contraceptive method.”

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