Letter to School Counselor from Parent Who Was Told "You Must Affirm the Trans Identity"
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The mother of a desister writes a letter to the school counselor who told them they "must affirm" the transgender identity.
Support the SAFE (Save Adolescents from Medical Experimentation) Act
Donate to Advocates Protecting Children to send resources to the SAFE Act's sponsors: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/AdvocatesPC Representatives Click & Grendell, in the Ohio state legislature, are sponsoring a bill to protect children from medical experimentation by the gender industry. The bill is in committee right now, and the hearings will take place in March. Advocates Protecting Children wants to send Resource Packets to all 25 sponsors of the bill, to arm them with t
It's Okay to Feel Not-Okay
I have a secret to tell you that can change your life, if you’ll believe it: Nobody is normal. If you’re in high school or middle school, or even if you’re a fully-fledged adult, and you think you’re the only one who doesn’t fit in, or measure up, or get it like everyone else does—you’re actually just like everybody else. Nobody feels right in their own body at thirteen, or even fourteen, and sometimes fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, and beyond. You’re a butterfly breaking out o
A Former U.S. Swimming Official's Testimony re. Arizona Sports Policy
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, My name is Cynthia Millen, and until December, 2021, I had been a swimming official for over 30 years. I have officiated at swim meets for USA Swim Clubs, high school, NCAA, US National Championships, and International Paralympics all over the world. My primary position was as a starter—the person who says “Take Your Marks”—and it has been an honor to serve thousands of swimmers at hundreds of meets, including some in Arizona. I have been blessed to
Newly Elected School Board Member Caught Off Guard by Trans Policy Announcement
Jessica Franz, a newly seated school board member in Ohio, reached out to Advocates Protecting Children when the chair of the school board on which she now sits announced a new policy around transgender-identified students' bathroom use, with neither discussion nor vote. She told us this: On Monday afternoon, January 10th, it was brought to my attention that the superintendent had sent out an email notifying the teachers of the district that the male student would be permitte
Lupron Package Insert Information
Lupron is being used off-label by gender clinics and doctors to prevent children from entering puberty. Transgender-rights activists tell people that Lupron is perfectly safe for children. Here's what Abbvie, Lupron's maker, is obliged by law to put in Lupron's package insert. Please note the conditions for which Lupron is approved: Central Precocious Puberty (pre-pubescent children, 1 in 5000-10,000 children), Endometriosis (adult women), Fibroids (adult women), and Prostate
"God Created Them Male & Female" K-5th Grade Children's Ministry Curriculum
Advocates Protecting Children is pleased to announce the release of God Created Them Male & Female: K-5th Grade Children's Ministry Curriculum. This curriculum package is a free PDF download from our website, and will soon be available to purchase in print via Amazon. Children today are bombarded with messages about embracing and participating in transgender ideology. Many schools are now teaching children as young as four years old that if their parents do not believe that a
An Angry Father's Letter to the Superintendent about Sexual Grooming at School
When Ashland High School (OR) started a Queer Straight Alliance (QSA) club, whose activities meet all the requirements to be recognized as sexual grooming of children, Christopher Moreno sent this letter to the Ashland School District superintendent and school board. Below his letter is the school board's dismissive, one-sentence "response." From: Christopher Moreno<email@example.com> Date: Mon, Jan 3, 2022 at 5:51 PM Subject: Ashland High School, Child Grooming for
Sex for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner: A Day in the Life of a Kid in the U.S.
When I listen to detransitioners (people who thought they were transgender, then went back to living as their birth sex) talk about their experiences, one theme I hear over and over again is that they thought something was wrong with them sexually: "When I was probably thirteen, fourteen, getting into the whole sexuality thing, I thought I was bisexual, and then I was like, 'Okay, I don’t like guys at all so maybe I’m gay.' Then I realized that I don’t like women either. 'Wel
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