Fathers, where are you? 

You just moved your daughters into their dorms, sorority houses, and apartments. It's almost time for college classes to start. 

But where did you go? Because there's a young man, dressed as a woman, attempting to join one of your daughter's sororities at the University of Alabama. 

What with MSNBC and HBO Max may be there and that there are girls miked up and ready to talk is intriguing. But that's not the issue. 

The issue is the truth. And who will stand for it? Because the truth is what will protect all of us, including these sorority women and this young man. 

The truth is that not defining what a woman is, destroys all women — both old and young. But, our divorce from reality is devastating to little girls and young women. They are the ones who are crushed to bits by all of this. 

Julie Jaman told local media that an 80-year-old Washington state woman was permanently banned from her local YMCA pool after demanding that a transgender employee leave the women's locker room. 

"I saw a man in a woman's bathing suit watching maybe four or five little girls pulling down their suits in order to use the toilet," Port Townsend resident Julie Jaman recalled of the July incident to Seattle radio show host Dori Monson on Friday. "I asked if he had a penis and he said it was none of my business. I told that man to 'get out right now.'"

It's a matter of biology. That 80-year-old woman knows the difference between a man and a woman. And yet, after thousands and thousands of years of knowing what a woman is, we're suddenly bewildered. We've decided we're unsure. 

According to the book, The Other Worldview, Androgynous priests were associated with worshipping the goddess Ishtar in the Sumerian Age, 1800 BC. It is recorded of the Canaanite goddess Ana: her priests dressed up and wore make-up like women."  

But did that ancient society wilt? When priests dressed as women? I suggest that they did not. And yet we do at the drop of a hat. And it will be our demise. 

Ladies, didn't we spend 50 years getting on the playing field? And into the board rooms and wherever else we wanted? So what's this unwillingness to tell a disturbed young man at Alabama, dressed in a hot pink skirt in a recent Tik Tok, that you can form your club, but you're not going to join ours? 

But what if he has surgery? Doesn't that make him a girl? Um no. Even if he has surgery, his DNA is stamped with a Y chromosome. And that's not something anyone can change. The second anyone lets someone in a woman's club with a Y chromosome; it is no longer a woman's club. It's what Francis Shaeffer called it, true truth. 

“When I say Christianity is true, it is proper to absolute reality — the total of what is, beginning with the central fact, the objective existence of the personal-infinite God. Christianity is not just a series of truths but Truth — Truth about all of reality.”

The truth is, this young man, just like the man in the YMCA bathroom, can't change his DNA more than I can change my bi-racial skin. It can't be done. No matter how much we pretend. And it isn't kind to say otherwise. No matter how depraved our culture has become. 

So who's going to be the one to say it? Starting with this, this young man is created in God's image? With a good plan and higher purpose for his life? 

And then, who's going to stop this young man from pretending to be what he is not so that he can join a sorority? So he can be the first? And while he's at it, just so the media can get their hot take on a strange situation? Who's going to stop this?

The University of Alabama certainly won't because recently several sororities altered their definition of womanhood. Do you think that the pan-hellenic council understands what they've allowed? 

Sororities started for women, after all. At Wesleyan college in 1851. Alpha Delta Pi was the first, for the purpose of friendship and community service. But do the sororities at Alabama fully grasp that by allowing this change, they hurt the women they claim to champion? No matter what. 

We will stop this when we stop changing definitions and start loving people enough to tell the truth, even if it hurts. The young man at Alabama deserves it. The young women do too. 

And still, I say, fathers, where did you go?