Last week, it was reported that the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Philadelphia asked teachers to attend the Trans Wellness Conference to better understand dealing with transgender ideology. Chris Rufo, a conservative commentator, attended the conference, where he described being introduced to adult toys and information on kinky sex. He noted, “The women discussed various ‘kink’ activities, including fetishes involving puppies, spanking, and Mary Poppins. They also suggested using new, trans-friendly language for genitalia, such as ‘front hole’ and ‘back hole.'” With parents concerned about what is being taught to their children, Stew Peters spoke at the Rally the Vote rally in Georgia on Sunday. Speaking on a slew of issues, Peters detailed how many of the problems facing children today weren’t known 20 years ago.
In the video featured below, Peters asked, “So you have to ask yourself if your state is Georgia more conservative than it was 20 years ago or less? Let’s ask this – are you more or less worried about teachers pushing radical left poison in schools than you were 20 years ago? You guys aren’t disconnected idiots like these people in the media think you are. They just tell lie after lie after lie. They think you believe this BS. You don’t have your heads in the sand. Do you see what’s going on here? How many grade school boys 20 years ago came home asking dad to take him shopping for high heels and a freaking dress.”
It wasn’t just transgender ideology Peters discussed, as he also pointed out the rise in child suicide. “What about child suicide? Twenty years ago, rare, non-existent, really. Nowadays, nose ring-wearing, cross-dressing, transgender purple-haired freak shows that call themselves teachers are indoctrinating our kids everywhere. They’re teaching them to hate themselves if they’re white, or if they’re Christian, or if they resist fondling and grooming or mutilation and hormone treatments. And yes, this is going on in Georgia — with Republicans in charge.”
As mentioned above, the topic of transgender ideology in schools has spanned far beyond Republicans as host Bill Maher recently admitted, “Dr. Erica Anderson is a prominent 71-year-old clinical psychologist who is herself transgender, and who now says I think it’s gone too far. The LA Times summarizes, ‘she’s come to believe that some children identifying as trans are falling under the influence of their peers and social media.’ If you attend a small dinner party of typically very liberal upper-income Angelenos, it is not uncommon to hear parents who each have a trans kid having a conversation about that. What are the odds of that happening in Youngstown, Ohio? If this spike in trans children is all-natural, why is it regional? Either Ohio is shaming them, or California is creating them.”
The full rally, including Stew Peters, Mike Lindell, and Lauren Witzke, can be watched below.