As the world continues to revolt against the natural order and slide ever deeper into the bottomless pit of degeneracy and homosexuality, it's not just bi-gender bathrooms that are offensive anymore. Now, having both a father and a mother (and, even "worse," still married to one another) is an act of discrimination. And if you don't feel the crushing weight of micro-aggressions everywhere, all around you, all of the time, you're probably a cis-gendered bigot.
From the Catholic News Service:
The terms "mother" and "father" will be banned from Catholic schools' admissions forms in England and Wales following a complaint the terms discriminated against gay and stepparents.
The parent had been asked to fill in a form which left spaces only for the names of "mother/guardian" and "father/guardian" and argued that the terms discriminated against "separated, step- and gay parents."
According to reports in the British media, hundreds of Catholic schools have already replaced "mother" and "father" with the titles "parent 1" and "parent 2."
This, of course, is not surprising, considering that Europe has been overrun by cultural Marxists, not to mention the widespread absence of a moral backbone on the part of the Catholic hierarchy since the Vatican II revolution. We are simply witnessing the inevitable consequences of the conciliar Enthronement of Man at the expense of Christ the King. Until Our Lord is once again revered as the true King and Center of all hearts, by His ministers and faithful alike, we can only expect such insane rebellion to increase.
As society becomes more vile and anti-Christ, anything even remotely reflective of those things which are good, holy and conforming to the Natural Law will be railed against and cast out as the "bigotry," "phobia," or sundry "-ism" of the week.
Woe to you that call evil good, and good evil: that put darkness for light, and light for darkness: that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter. (Isaiah 5:20)
Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us!
See also: The Social Kingship of LGBT by John Vennari