Friday, December 28, 2007

It looks like Ford Motor Co. is into more than just selling cars -- promoting sex changes

The American Family Association, which has called for a boycott of Ford Motor Co. because of their aggressive advocacy for and support of homosexual causes including redefinition of marriage, has brought to light another of Ford's efforts along these lines -- promoting sex changes.

According to an AFA email action alert,
The December 18 edition of The Advocate, a magazine for homosexuals, featured the transgender issue. A transgender is a person appearing or attempting to be a member of the opposite sex, as a transsexual or habitual cross-dresser. The Advocate article showed numerous pictures of people who had sex operations to change from male to female, and vice-versus (I'll spare you the details).

Ford Motor Company placed a full page ad for its Volvo brand in the publication.

Ford offers medical benefits to help pay expenses of those who choose to undergo sex change operations. Ford pays for mental health counseling, hormone therapy, medical visits, and short-term disability after surgical procedures for employees who desire to change their sex.
These benefits are chronicled by the homosexual advocacy group Human Rights Campaign Fund.

Ford has had enormous trouble financially this past year and it's bizarre that they would aggressively push a radical social agenda inimical to the values of the vast majority of their customers.

If you want to learn more about the Ford boycott and what Ford is up to go to AFA's web page on the boycott.

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