Dt. 22:5 The woman shall not wear that which pertaineth unto a man, neither shall a man put on a woman's garment: for all that do so are abomination unto the Lord thy God.
On the surface this particular verse in the Bible looks to be talking only about clothing. But it doesn't take much thinking and contemplation to understand it's a reference to a male trying to act like he's a female, and a female trying to act like she's a male. The clothing is simply an outward display of that inward rebellion.
The CEV refers to the same verse saying women shouldn't pretend to be men and men shouldn't pretend to be women. That captures the essence and full meaning of the verse.
Almost the entirety of the feminist movement has morphed into an attempt to make men and women the same. Among a growing number of younger people this is being rejected, as the differences are so obvious and real, it takes someone allowing themselves to enter a state of rejecting reality, to embrace this deception.
Why such a hatred of the differences between men and women? It's a hatred of the image of God. God created men and women, and together they were his image. To blend them into a genderless pairing makes the image of God distorted. As a matter of fact it is no longer the image of God, but a monstrous caricature of humanity.
It's the reason men and women of God must not dress in any way that suggests there is no difference between the genders.
The culmination of this abomination is to put on the clothing of and take on the mannerisms of the opposite sex. God hates this, and the people of God are forbidden to take on these practices, being told to cast that person out from their midst.
There is to be no tolerance or acceptance of this among God's people. It goes beyond just personal tastes, it is a major part of why the foundation of Western civilization, which was influenced heavily by Christians and the Holy Scriptures, is crumbling before our eyes.
Feminism must be rejected in its totality. As usual, there are some well-meaning but confused Christians who'll point to some part of feminism they believe has helped improve societal conditions for women. They're wrong, but that argument itself is a deception because God hates mixture, and to accept the entirety of any ideology based upon a portion that may be considered helpful, is to accept it all. Like with the Bible, you can't pick and choose what you like and disregard the rest. It comes as a whole package.
The bottom line is men and women must completely reject any attempt to make it look like they are the same in any way, shape or form. I'm not only talking about obvious physical differences, but the entirety of our human makeup. Together we represent the image of God because of the fact we represent two different aspects of His image. To take one away is to eliminate the image of God, and that is a direct attack on who He is and what He represents.
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