53 ORGANIZATIONS FROM 17 COUNTRIES SUPPORT THE MADRID DECLARATION OF UNDERSTANDING, RESPECT AND FREEDOM
- At the #GenderAndSex Conference, organized by HazteOir.org and its international platform CitizenGO, eight speakers from four countries participated and more than 250 people attended. At some point over 5,000 people connected to follow the conference online.
- Ignacio Arsuaga: “This conference is a rebellion against the gender ideology and its freedom-destroying, damaging laws – laws that mustn’t and cannot succeed. At HazteOir.org and CitizenGO we will keep on fighting to stop the LGBTI agenda from being forced upon citizens”.
MADRID, 28. FEBRUARY 2018.– Ignacio Arsuaga, President of HazteOir.org and CitizenGO, sums up the success of the I International Conference on Gender, Sex and Education #GenderAndSex which took place in Madrid last week Friday, with the following words: “This conference was the world’s first great public objection to totalitarian LGTBI laws. We have now marked a “before” and an “after” (the conference), because we have made known the essential lie that hides behind the ideology of gender, contrary to the foundations of science, biology, reason and the anthropological truth of the human being”.
Eight speakers from four countries took part in the #GenderAndSex Conference, organized by HazteOir.org and its international platform CitizenGO, and over 250 people attended. At some point over 5000 people connected via the internet to follow the conference online.
What’s more, 53 organizations from 17 countries supported the Madrid Declaration for Understanding, Respect and Freedom , which defends rights in the face of the “gender lie” .
A conference to oppose gender ideology
In his keynote address, Arsuaga urged attendees not to allow “damage made to children” and called on politicians to “leave the children in peace”.
Apart from the President of HazteOir.org and CitizenGO, Miriam Ben-Shalom, US Lesbian activist, also spoke at the I International Conference on Gender, Sex and Education, saying that she feels “very uncomfortable in showers or changing rooms for transgender women”.
Agustín Laje , political science expert, called his listeners to speak out against the LGBTI offensive, saying: “We need to bring the masses into the streets against gender ideology”. Laje believes that the left has adopted the issue of sex and the gender ideology as a sort of “political strategy, in order to keep their beliefs in the public domain.”
The third presentation came from Rubén Navarro, who condemned the fact that the “LGTBI agenda has infiltrated the United Nations”. As an example of how pressure groups push their agenda, Navarro referred to legislation known as “LGBTI gag law” which the leftist group Podemos is promoting in Spain.
Michelle Cretella, President of the American College of Pediatricians, also took part in the conference, explaining that “schools need to avoid gender ideology because it is contrary to science and harmful to all children”.
Stanton assured that “ the gender theory is unscientific and full of contradictions”. Doctor Hruz for his part warned: “Sex change is impossible. You cannot change your sex, the only thing you can change is the appearance”. In her explanations, Kuby affirmed that “the sexual revolution has one objective only: to destroy the fertility, procreation and the family”.
The I International Conference on Gender, Sex and Education (#GenderAndSex Conference) was brought to a close by the testimony of Heyer, who had undergone gender reassignment surgery at the age of 42 years. He affirmed that “there is nothing real in gender ideology”.
He added: “I speak about this because I receive hundreds of letters from people all over the world who experienced the same as I did and this is a tragedy. Will they get paid again for trying to put back that which they previously removed?”
53 organizations sign the Declaration of Madrid
The I International Conference on Gender, Sex and Education closed with a reading of the Madrid Declaration for Understanding, Respect and Freedom which was joined, among others, by the Foundation of Values and Society, the Association of Researchers and Professionals CiViCa, and the European Association of Family Lawyers – all Spanish institutions. The declaration was also supported by European organizations: Generation Family (Italy), Free Society Institute (Lithuania), Family Alliance (Austria) and Femina Europa (France). Among North and South American institutions who gave their support, were Real Women of Canada and Population Research Institute (United States), National Family Forum (Columbia), National Union of Parents (Mexico), Center for Civic Studies (Chile), Argentinians Alert and Institute for Civic Action (Peru). A list of all organizations supporting the declaration can be found here.
I International Conference on Gender, Sex and Education Resources:
All videos from the #GenderAndSex Conference: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4bbuT69ULV_LIymyK7jh7PNEBkxSUPEJ
Ignacio Arsuaga intervention: https://youtu.be/Dq-LwrPRoRo
Miriam Ben-Shalom intervention: https://youtu.be/f7vY1g-xK7w
Agustín Laje intervention: https://youtu.be/w4PmcFf6Iw4–
Ruben Navarro intervention: https://youtu.be/6MLSiiw11ac
Michelle Cretella intervention: https://youtu.be/3dzgFaE-dXo
Glenn Stanton speech intervention: https://youtu.be/oHdM89IA4f8
Paul Hruz intervention: https://youtu.be/-kUB4o5XFz8
Gabriele Kuby intervention: https://youtu.be/LxiXHYiAI4E
Walt Heyer: https://youtu.be/OYvkiq8EEJc
Madrid Declaration: https://youtu.be/X17JpYrEIRA
Reading of the Madrid Declaration: https://youtu.be/Gd526vRnnsI
Images from the I International Conference on Gender, Sex and Education:
I International Conference on Gender, Sex and Education Website: http://thegenderandsexconference.org/