Opinion: Are Western nations slowly transitioning into LGBTQ2+ dictatorships?

No transphobic, or homophobic pun intended

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau takes part in the federal election English-language Leaders debate in Gatineau.

by Ahmed Khan, Founder, The Rahnuma Daily
Editor-In-Chief (therahnuma.com)

(RAHNUMA) In the year 1900, Canadian women were finally allowed to own property. By 1918, women in Canada could finally vote at the federal level. Then by 1929, women become recognized as “persons” under the law. This suggests Canada has changed a lot since 1900.

Women represent 50.3% of Canada’s population. The average median age of Canada’s female population is 41.8, and nearly 24% or nearly 1 in 4 females in Canada are still single while approaching their menopausal transition.

Men on the other hand account for 49.64% of Canada’s population. The male population in Canada has an age median of 39.7 and nearly 47% or 1 out of 2 men in Canada are still single at nearly 40 years old.

That suggests an embarrassing failure in the Canadian system.

Only one in 300 people in Canada aged 15 and older identify as “transgender” or “non-binary” and only 4% of Canada’s population identifies as LGBTQ2+.

In a democratic society, why do 4% of the population hold all the “power” to cancel up to 96% of the population, spread misandry, and dictate (no homophobic pun intended) what we see on television, how our celebrities speak, dress, and even post on social media?

Is Canada, and other Western nations slowly transitioning to LGBTQ2+ dictatorships (again, no transphobic, or homophobic pun intended here)?

Instead of shaming the new generation of young men for your past ‘systemic’ failures, and actively working to silence popular male figures and voices of male empowerment like Dr. Jordan B. Peterson, perhaps reconsider your attitudes toward the very men who made your civilization great, before it’s too late.

Jordan Bernt Peterson, 60, is a clinical psychologist, author, and media personality from Alberta, Canada.

Ahmed Khan is the Founder of The Rahnuma Daily (theRahnuma.com), the online global English daily edition of The Rahnuma-E-Deccan Daily (ReDD), India’s oldest Urdu daily print newspaper established in 1921. More than 81.1 million Indians identify Urdu as their language, and as per the annual INA (Indian Newspapers Association) report, ReDD ranks among the top 5 most widely circulated and read Urdu daily print newspapers throughout India. Ahmed resides in Hyderabad at his maternal ancestral home and can be contacted at, editor@therahnuma.com


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