August 16, 2019
Schools are brainwashing children into transgenderism. A father detailed his experience facing the Gender Unicorn in an opinion piece on USA Today.
In April 2016, my then 14-year-old daughter became convinced that she was my son. In my attempt to help her, her public school undermined me every step of the way.
Throughout my daughter’s childhood, there were no signs that she wanted to be a boy. She loved stuffed animals, Pocahontas and wearing colorful bathing suits. I can’t recall a single interest that seemed unusually masculine, or any evidence that she was uncomfortable as a girl.
The only difficulty she had was forming and maintaining friendships. We later learned why: She was on the autism spectrum. She was very functional and did well in school, helped by her Individualized Education Program (IEP), a common practice for public school students who need special education.
At her high school, my daughter was approached by a girl who had recently come out at school as transgender. Shortly after meeting her, my daughter declared that she, too, was a boy trapped in a girl’s body and picked out a new masculine name.
She first came out as transgender to her school, and when she announced that she was a boy, the faculty and staff — who had full knowledge of her mental health challenges — affirmed her. Without telling me or my wife, they referred to her by her new name. They treated my daughter as if she were a boy, using male pronouns and giving her access to a gender neutral restroom.
Left untreated, the transsexualism infection will take a stronger hold on the patient. What the school did was the equivalent of not only not fighting an infection, but also feeding it.
Schools nowadays are feeding the Gender Unicorn with all kinds of gender talks aimed at tricking kids into believing all kinds of insanity. Once the Gender Unicorn possesses a kid, the school congratulates the victim to reinforce the identity crisis and shut down resistance.
We met with the school district’s assistant superintendent, who told us the hands of school personnel are tied and that they had to follow the law. But there was no law, only the Obama administration’s “Dear Colleagues” letter of May 2016 that said schools need to officially affirm transgender students. Just three months later, in August 2016, a federal judge in Texas blocked the guidelines from being enforced. And in February 2017, the Trump administration rescinded the Obama-era guidelines, leaving it to the states to set their own policies.
My daughter told me that the school social worker was advising her about halfway houses because he thought we did not support her. The social worker confirmed this when I scheduled a meeting with him to discuss it. This felt like a horrifying attempt to encourage our daughter to run away from home.
We had our daughter evaluated by a psychologist approved by the school district. He told us that it was very clear that our daughter’s sudden transgender identity was driven by her underlying mental health conditions, but would only share his thoughts off the record because he feared the potential backlash he would receive. In the report he submitted to us and the school, he did not include these concerns that he would only share in person.
Professionals not on board with the Gender Unicorn’s agenda are afraid to speak up against it in an official capacity because the ones that do that tend to lose their jobs.
The ones on board with it will just straight-up try to take your kids away from you to hurry up the genital mutilation phase.
When parents are willing to go along with their child’s transitioning, the process can move at a frightening pace. Doctors with the Endocrine Society rewrote the guidelines for treating young patients who say they are transgender in order to give hormone treatments to children younger than 16 years old. Even more concerning, surgeries such as mastectomies and orchiectomies (the removal of testicles) are performed on teenagers.
Marriage in their teens? INSANITY.
Cutting out breasts and testicles from teenagers? PROGRESS.
Parents can’t trust schools, they can’t trust TV shows, and they can’t even trust professionals. The moment they relax, the Gender Unicorn impales their kids with its ugly corn thing.