In recent months there have been a growing number of reports about “transgender children” in schools across the U.S., meaning children believe they are trapped in the wrong body for their sex.
According to CBS News
, “Estimates on the number of Transgender Americans range as high as 0.5 percent of the adult population -- about three-quarters of a million people. But more and more young people are emerging as transgender.”
The report also claims physicians are prescribing new drugs to block puberty for those who seek to stop the development of unwanted body parts and distinctive gender characteristics.
Mass Resistance, a Massachusetts-based advocacy group maintains LGBT activists are creating “transgenderism” in the public schools.
The group reports Massachusetts and California have enacted the most extreme legislation and regulations in the nation on this issue, forcing "transgenderism" into schools throughout the state.
Homosexual teachers, school officials, education activists and their allies -- along with children as young as fifth grade -- converged at GLSEN's 2014 Annual Conference in Boston in April. Attended by approximately 325 people, about two-thirds were students who were recruited from middle schools, high schools, and conference organizers claim some from elementary schools.
“This effort is hugely destructive for children,” said Brian Camenker, founder and director of Mass Resistance
. “It brings back memories of the Nazi doctors of the 1940s experimenting with kids.”
The Nazi doctors stationed at the death camps tortured men, women and children and performed horrific medical experiments during the Holocaust.
Victims were put into pressure chambers, tested with drugs, castrated and frozen to death. Children were exposed to experimental surgeries performed without anesthesia, transfusions of blood from one to another, isolation endurance, reaction to various stimuli. The doctors made injections with lethal germs, performed sex change operations as well as the removal of organs and limbs.
Camenker notes that the average elementary age or middle school student doesn’t consider gender issues of this magnitude without prompting.
“When I was growing up none of us knew anyone who thought about being of a different sex,” said Camenker. “LGBT activists put horribly destructive ideas in the minds of children. It’s a hideous tactic to do to a vulnerable child in order to push their agenda.”
Camenker maintains that the LGBT community is well funded. He also says parents need to be vigilant in opposing a movement that is savvy in regards to dealing with those who express concern and is skill in manipulating the public education system.
Publication date: June 9, 2014