We’ll take it from here

Our readers will be aware that schools are complicit in pushing children into the transgendering pipeline, saturating curriculum with propaganda, and hiding their actions from families. But Alvin Lui from Courage is a Habit warns that school counselors are also playing an outside role in creating an “affirming” culture in schools, especially by redefining two terms: safe and abuse.

For a while now, parents have been told by media, lawmakers, and educators that they really aren’t the best qualified to decide what is good for their children. Progressive legislatures are working hard to push parents right out of the picture. 

Last year, California passed a bill to make the state a “sanctuary” for transgender minors. In what critics called “state-sponsored kidnapping”, the bill makes it possible for children to be brought to California to undergo transgender procedures without their parents’ consent. 

Vermont is set to pass an more extreme bill to shield “healthcare” (i.e. abortion and transgender procedures) from being eroded (yes, some Republicans voted for this too). Parents who bring their children to Vermont will be immune from prosecution and local lawmakers will not be compelled to cooperate with interstate police. You may ask if this is constitutional. No, it’s not, but these states are up for the fight and it shows how serious they are. 

The possibility of fatigue setting in when it comes to the transgender agenda is real. Like a monstrous hydra, when one enabler is cut down, it seems two more show up in its place and the war is never won. But we must keep speaking out for kids who are being exploited by greedy and depraved adults. it is not children who are driving the demand for affirming spaces and experimental operations. Candace Owens once remarked, “A trans kid is like a vegan cat; we all know who’s making the decisions.”

So tweet, canvass lawmakers, write letters, stories and curricula, litigate, get involved in schools and libraries! And pray pray pray. There will be opposition, but let us not grow weary in doing good. The devil likes to separate families, but we must call the darkness what it is. 

“Blessed are you when they revile and persecute you, and say all kinds of evil against you falsely for My sake. Rejoice and be exceedingly glad, for great is your reward in heaven, for so they persecuted the prophets who were before you.” Matthew 5

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