National geographic gender revolution cover
National Geographic: Gender Revolution - January 2017 by National Geographic SocietyNATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, the flagship magazine of the National Geographic Society, chronicles exploration and adventure, as well as changes that impact life on Earth. Editorial coverage encompasses people and places of the world, with an emphasis on human involvement in a changing universe. Major topics include culture, nature, geography, ecology, science and technology.
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Trans girl, 9, makes history on National Geographic cover
Copyright c Baptist Press. Reprinted from Baptist Press www. The entire issue is dedicated to subjective gender identity primarily through the eyes of children while excluding biblical authority. Two different covers of the Jan. National Geographic photo Two different covers of the Jan. National Geographic photo But the idea of transgenderism or gender fluidity is itself a fallacy void not only of Scripture but also of science, Christian commentators told Baptist Press.
All rights reserved. Lots of people are talking about Avery Jackson, a nine-year-old girl from Kansas City who is the first transgender person to appear on the cover of National Geographic. National Geographic is trying to brainwash young people into thinking this kind of degeneracy is normal. GenderRevolution pic. Since we shared photos of the cover of our special issue on gender on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, tens of thousands of people have weighed in with opinions, from expressions of pride and gratitude to utter fury.
'Gender Revolution' Portrait Carries a Message of Hope in eight countries around the world for National Geographic's January cover story.
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We published an issue focused on gender at a time when beliefs about gender are rapidly shifting.
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All rights reserved. National Geographic's January special issue on gender won a National Magazine Award for best single-topic issue. The issue was also named a Pulitzer finalist last year. The magazine was also a finalist for several other awards including best reporting, photography, and website. The issue, published in January of last year, examined the ways in which human understanding of gender is shifting and evolving on a global scale. It was also named a finalist in the Pulitzer Prizes for explanatory reporting.