It’s often said that our children are our future. So what can we expect down the road if teachers and older students encourage young kids today to be transgender? An educator of 20 years, who wished to remain anonymous, told the Daily Mail that she thought children were being groomed by older students to question their birth genders. She claims to have witnessed this at the British school where she teaches. An astonishing jump in the number of students identifying as transgender has caused her great concern – especially since the majority of the trans students are classified as autistic.
“…your gender is what you decide.”
“They are just young people with mental health problems who have found an identity and want to be part of a group of like-minded people,” she said. “But I believe that autistic children who are not transgender are being exploited by the transgender lobby. They are being brainwashed into believing they are transgender.”
Fitting in has always been a trial for children (and adults); it’s a rite of passage it seems. But the teacher said the girls who transition are highly popular and attract a lot more attention. “They have girls flocking around them like handmaidens because they look like pretty little boys,” she said. “They mirror teenage fantasies, resembling popstars like Justin Bieber. These trans kids actually become quite powerful in the school,” she added.
Children and young teens are being caught up in the popularity of being trans. Some claim YouTube stars such as Alex Bertie are inspiring kids, increasing the admiration. In a video, Bertie advises his viewers on everything from “not being trans enough” to how to prepare for surgery and the best types of hormone blockers and how to use them.
Although Bertie has a lot of impressionable followers, the comment of one clearly explains the danger of promoting and encouraging gender transition and the confusion youth suffer:
“I subscribed way back when I thought I was transgender and I just stumbled across this in my feed and I just wanted to let you know I’m unsubscribing. Its not for any negative reason, I just don’t have the need for any of the advice videos anymore since I realized that I am not transgender, and I feel like every time i see a video from a YouTuber I subscribed to in this category, it makes me feel incredibly guilty of how I used to feel about myself and I want to rid myself of connections from that phase in my life.”
One example the teacher used referred to a female student who was diagnosed with autism at the age of 14. At 16, the student expressed concerns about her gender identity and the teacher referred her to a clinic that is supposed to help students with gender identity confusion. The student, who has since graduated, is now preparing to have a double mastectomy.
“That child was diagnosed as autistic at the age of 14 and certainly was not transgender,” the anonymous educator said. “She had other complicated mental health problems. It is a tragedy her claim was accepted so readily. Now she is going to mutilate her body.”
Are Schools Encouraging Transgender?
In Scotland, the Scottish National Party (SNP) government, Education Scotland, and regional National Health Service (NHS) boards drew up guidelines that will be implemented next year. These guidelines, which must be followed, instruct teachers to promote transgenderism by insisting children as young as five be taught that “your gender is what you decide.”
Under the new guidelines, teachers are required to tell children “Your sex is what you are told by a doctor when you are born. Most people are told they are a male child (a boy) or a female child (a girl).” Never mind that your sex is on a cellular level – not assigned at birth by a doctor.
Still, teachers are forced to address this issue by making sure they refer to a student by their preferred gender pronoun, which, as the teacher explained, can change daily depending on how the student relates at any particular time.
It is ridiculous that basic biology is being challenged in such a way. “I was discussing the topic of menstruation during a class recently and was called out by one of the pupils who now identifies as a boy for failing to say that boys can have periods too,” the teacher said. Um, since when? Boys do not have the biological equipment to have periods – or babies.
But the need and desire to fit in, to become popular and accepted, has altered society in such a way that everyone is uncomfortable with who they are, what they say, and how they look. The teacher said the female trans students wear binders to hide the presence of their breasts “and I was told of one girl who was padding her underwear to make it look like she had a penis.”
And this, folks, is what our schools are encouraging for our children.