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(LifeSiteNews) – Sir Keir Starmer, British Leader of the Opposition, was unable to give a straight answer to a question concerning the biological differences between men and women.

(Reader advisory: frank discussion of primary sexual characteristics)

The Labour leader was on LBC radio for his regular slot, and the subject of Lia Thomas, the biological male who recently won a women’s NCAA swimming title, came up.

In questioning Starmer, talk show host Nick Ferrari asked multiple times, “A woman can have a penis?”

Starmer replied, “I don’t think that discussing this issue in this way helps anyone in the long run.”

While continuing to omit basic biological truths in his statements, the Labour leader was clearly put off by the question.

“Have I offended you in some way?” Ferrari asked.

Starmer stammered through a response, saying: “I don’t think that discussing this issue in this way helps anyone in the long run.”

He added that it’s up to “the sporting bodies to decide for themselves,” and said that the topic  of whether or not males should compete against females presented “difficult questions.”

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On April 3rd, Hungarians will go to the polls to decide whether to re-elect Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his Fidesz-Chrisitan Democrat (KDNP) coalition or to elect a coalition of leftist parties, now led by a wayward "Catholic," Peter Marki-Zay, who says he would allow homosexual "marriage."

On the same day, the country will decide whether or not to approve a momentous child protection law, already passed by parliament, which would protect children from being sexualized by LGBT propaganda in schools and by pornography in the mass media.

Please SIGN and PLEDGE to pray that Hungary will vote to protect its children against the onslaught of LGBT indoctrination propaganda and pornography.

Since passage of the bill, the fake news outlets from Europe to America have predictably lied about the contents of the bill, and attempted to manufacture outrage about the same. And, the corrupt European Union also joined the attack on Hungary's efforts to protect children.

But now, the Hungarian people will have their say. And, they need our prayerful support.

Please SIGN and PLEDGE to pray that Hungary will vote to protect its children against the onslaught of LGBT indoctrination propaganda and pornography.

The law specifically prohibits showing pornographic material or content portraying homosexuality or transgenderism to minors under the age of 18. Other measures include a registry of sex offenders, regulations on sexual education, and stronger policies against child pornography.

Who could be against these proactive, common sense measures to protect the innocence of children?

Peter Marki-Zay, and the left-liberal bloc he heads, is against the law, and has said that his leftist coalition will "immediately repeal this terrible act," if elected in April.

But, thankfully, the vast majority of Hungarians actually support the law.

In a recent survey, 69% of Hungarians said they disagreed with Marki-Zay when asked if the Child Protection Act should be repealed.

Now, let's provide the prayerful support Hungarians need, and beg the Lord to inspire them to get out and vote to protect their children.

Please SIGN and PLEDGE to pray that Hungary will vote to protect its children against the onslaught of LGBT indoctrination propaganda and pornography.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION:

'Hungary announces referendum on law against LGBT promotion, pedophilia' - https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/hungary-announces-referendum-on-law-against-lgbt-promotion-pedophilia/

'Top EU court rules Hungary, Poland can be stripped of funding for opposing ‘LGBT’ agenda' - https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/top-european-court-rules-that-eu-money-only-given-to-countries-following-all-eu-laws/

'The majority of Hungarians oppose Péter Márki-Zay’s plan to repeal the Child Protection Act' - https://szazadveg.hu/en/2022/02/25/the-majority-of-hungarians-oppose-peter-marki-zay-s-plan-to-repeal-the-child-protection-act~n2487

'Hungary passes law against homosexuality, prime minister renews vow to ‘protect our children’' - https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/hungary-passes-law-against-homosexuality-prime-minister-renews-vow-to-protect-our-children

'Hungary bans promotion of homosexuality, transgenderism to minors' - https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/hungary-bans-promotion-of-homosexuality-transgenderism-to-minors

'EU to take legal action against Hungary’s anti-pedophilia bill' - https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/eu-to-take-legal-action-against-hungarys-anti-pedophilia-bill

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The Labour Party has been divided for some time on the issue of transgenderism. Earlier this month, Labour politician Yvette Cooper refused to give a definition of a woman.

Last year, responding to the assertion by Labour minister Rosie Duffield that “only women have a cervix,” Starmer said it was “not right” to make such a statement.

Last year’s internal party kafuffle resulted from Duffield’s support of online criticism over CNN’s supposed redefinition of women as “individuals with a cervix.”

Recently the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) was forced to edit an article on endometriosis which originally referred to women with the ailment as people “assigned female at birth.”

Feminist author Milli Hill called out the BBC on Twitter saying “sex is not ‘assigned at birth.’”

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