25 Apr 2015

NBC News: The Younger The Better For Transgender Kids…

The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear a case tomorrow which has the potential to demand all states recognize “same-sex” marriage.
But, this is just the latest in a massive push for societal change that has been happening in this country for the past 40 years.
Homosexual activists have been waging a campaign not just for legality and tolerance, but for equal acceptance and even priority in our social institutions.
We can see this happening in all areas of society – education, religion, government, media, and entertainment.  Twenty years ago, many schools began to push the book – Heather Has Two Mommies onto elementary students. 

It was homosexual normalcy propaganda, pure and simple.  Now, according to Christian News Network, the schools are going one step further in their indoctrination of the young.
KITTERY POINT, Maine – Officials with a school district in Maine are apologizing after a book about transgendered child was read to elementary school students without advance notice to parents.
An estimated 20 out of 22 classes in kindergarten through third grade  at Horace Mitchell Primary School in Kittery Point were recently read the book “I Am Jazz,” written by and about Jazz Jennings, a 14-year-old transgender activist. The book was part of a lesson to children about tolerance and acceptance.
“I have a girl brain but a boy body,” it reads. “This is called transgender. I was born this way!”
But according to reports, the book left some students with a lot of questions and they came home asking their parents if they might be transgender. Some parents consequently contacted the school out of concern that they were never notified that the material would be read to their children.
In this case, after much parent outrage, the school district backed off and apologized. But, of course, the damage was already done – thus fulfilling the old adage – “better to ask for forgiveness afterward than to ask permission beforehand.”
Christian News Network reveals the agenda at work:
Superintendent Allyn Hutton sent out a letter to parents about the lesson with an apology that prior notice had not been given about the reading.
“The Kittery School District embraces diversity and is committed to creating an atmosphere of respect and tolerance for all people, regardless of their race, religion, political belief system or sexual orientation,” she wrote. “… With this in mind, guidance staff of the Horace Mitchell School recently read aloud the book, ‘I Am Jazz,’ a book about a transgender student.”
“We have a practice of if a topic is considered sensitive, parents should be informed. In this situation, that didn’t happen,” she continued. “The whole culture at Mitchell School is about teaching tolerance and respect. The people presenting the lesson thought [‘I Am Jazz’] was one more piece of teaching that lesson. In retrospect, we understand that toleration is tolerating people of all opinions.”

But, the  school isn’t backing down on its commitment to the homosexual agenda of indoctrinating children as Christian News Network discloses:
However, the school’s guidance blog asserts that it is not inappropriate to teach elementary school students about gender identity issues.
“Some may think primary school students are too young to worry about addressing issues surrounding gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) students. Not so, experts say,” it reads. “It’s never too early to begin teaching children about respecting differences. When our students and their parents have questions related to LGBTQ issues, our goal is to foster healthy dialog, critical thinking and inclusiveness.”
Translation:  It’s never too early to convince children to believe and practice the homosexual lifestyle.
This has been further documented by an NBC News report as reported by Newsbusters.org:
On April 21, NBC Correspondent Kate Snow interviewed a family whose daughter “Mia” transitioned to a boy named “Jacob” at four years old. This, viewers were told, was a good idea.
In fact, it may be the only responsible reaction to a sexually confused pre-schooler. According to Snow, “People who are transgender face a greater risk of anxiety and depression, and according to a 2011 survey, a startling 41 percent had attempted suicide.” Turning to Forcier, Snow teed it up for her: “So would you tell parents in some ways it’s riskier to wait?”
“Absolutely,” Forcier said. “In fact, what I say is the biggest harm is to do nothing.”
So parents, the moment Lil’ Timmy walks around the house in Mom’s high-heels, get him into a dress or he could become suicidal. Oh, there may be disagreement from other doctors and psychologists, but you’ll have to try another “news” source to hear it.
Now, I realize this is NBC News – one of the biggest “Kool-Aid” drinkers and supplies of the main stream media – so it might be easy to dismiss this tripe.  But, these people are absolutely serious in their efforts to create as much gender confusion among as many people as is possible in America.
The insanity continued in the story as Newsbusters.org explains:
NBC hammered home again how parents should be willing to let their children change genders at as early an age as possible. Snow stated, “While eight may sound young, when they see the difference in their daughter, Michelle and Travis wish they’d helped Malisa transition sooner.”
Maybe in the womb?

3 comments:

  1. I've actually met gay & transgender folks who are just as horrified by this (suspiciously political seeming) nonsense, stuff like this is what puberty is for, not elementary school, they barely know who they are, much less their 'preferences', & having such personal things pushed at, &/or decided for them at such a tender age. Were these people ever kids themselves?

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  2. Little more than marxist indoctrination. We know who created and funded the marxists. Today, we call them ‘globalists’. Others called them out by their correct name….

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  3. ...I have a very politically active lesbian daughter. I accept and support her sexual identity and her right to engage in political activism. However, people charged with the education of our children in how to read, write, learn and use all forms of math, chemistry, philosophy and history...should be doing just that....teaching and educating in those areas...not trying to indoctrinate students in areas that they may not even be able to comprehend equally...or accept at set, pre-determined ages. Decisions about education in the area of sexuality should be the domain of the parents...and should only be dealt with by the school...if obvious, harmful behavior is exhibited by a child in need of guidance regarding other's right to safety and acceptance. I support every person's right to do as they please...as long as it does not tangibly harm another person...but the education of sexual-identity societal values rests with the parents. Good or bad....unfortunately...if we love liberty.
    RJ O'Guillory
    Author -
    Webster Groves - The Life of an Insane Family

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