Planned Parenthood’s Message For Pre-Schoolers’ Naughty Bits Is Jacked Up

Although this sounds like dystopian fiction, it’s real. And parents should be worried.

We all know that Planned Parenthood has stopped advocating for ‘safe, legal, and rare’ and has demanded ‘abortion on demand’.

But did you know that Planned Parenthood is expanding their role and sticking their progressive noses into child-rearing?

Yes, that’s right.

The organization that was caught on video chillingly discussing the gruesome nature of abortion and casually talking about the sale of body parts, has come out with a guide for parents to teach their preschoolers about gender ‘identity’.

Spoiler alert: It’s crap.

Before we get to that, though, let’s get a reminder of who these people are.

Watch Tucker Carlson speak to Dawn Laguens of Planned Parenthood.

Laguens is unbelievably evasive when asked a direct question by Tucker Carlson.

These are the people asking parents to be honest with their preschoolers?

They can’t even admit that the fetus with a separate heartbeat is a baby, not just a ‘clump of cells’.

But they’re here to clarify things for you, you dumb parents. Because they know better. They want abortion to be an individual choice — ignoring the debate of what is and isn’t life — but gender identity? That’s where they’ll tell you what’s what.

On the Planned Parenthood website, there is a section titled ‘How Do I Talk With My Preschooler About Identity?

From the website:

In so many ways, society tells us how girls and boys are supposed to look, speak, dress, and act. In their attempt to sort out the world around them, your preschooler may form rigid ideas about gender and what it means for them. Most kids begin to identify strongly with a gender around age 3. That includes transgender and gender nonconforming people, who also have a sense of their gender identity at this stage.

Many of those transgender and gender nonconforming kids ‘grow out of it’ by the time they become adults.

But, hey! Why let science ruin a great ‘civil rights’ movement, amirite?

Be thoughtful about your choices when it comes to books, toys, entertainment, clothes, decorations, and other things you surround your little one with. These choices have an influence on your kid’s understanding of gender and what it means. Putting daughters in pink princess rooms and boys in blue sports rooms before they’re old enough to choose for themselves can send the message that they have to like certain things because of their gender.
Source: Planned Parenthood

What if your daughter likes the pink princess room and your son likes the blue sports room?

Don’t worry, says Planned Parenthood, with proper guidance, they may outgrow those rigid gender stereotypes. You just need to keep on top of it.

And in the section on how to talk about their bodies, it gets really weird.

Like ‘Some Women Have Penises‘ weird.

While the most simple answer is that girls have vulvas and boys have penises/testicles, that answer isn’t true for every boy and girl. Boy, girl, man, and woman are words that describe gender identity, and some people with the gender identities “boy” or “man” have vulvas, and some with the gender identity “girl” or “woman” have penises/testicles. Your genitals don’t make you a boy or a girl.

You can say that most girls have vulvas and most boys have penises/testicles. You may want to emphasize that it doesn’t matter too much what parts someone has — that doesn’t tell you much about them. But you can make that decision based on your values and how you plan to talk with your kid about gender as they grow up.
Source: Planned Parenthood

Of course, this new instruction is being criticized by those on the right:

“Gender is not fluid, either you have a penis or you don’t,” said Tim Wildmon, president of American Family Association, a Mississippi-based group that promotes conservative values. “What Planned Parenthood is promoting here is just stupidity masked as sensitivity. If you’re an adult and trying to talk to a child about whether they’re really a boy or girl, you’re at risk of harming them psychologically.”

“Unless a boy or girl is exhibiting behavior or says that they’re messed up about what they are, there’s no reason to bring something like that up” at such a young age, he said.
Source: Fox News

S.E. Cupp wrote about this new Leftist dogma in a great op-ed for the New York Daily News.

While I enjoy reading Cupp’s take, I don’t agree with everything she has to say.

But I do think that she sums up the next generation of ‘The Talk’ that we need to have with our kids nicely.

The truth is, sex is more complicated today. But the conversations you’ll more likely need to have with your kids will center on technology — the dangers lurking on the internet, sexting, revenge porn — and not anatomy.

But if you do need help talking to your kids about gender and gender identity — and there’s no shame in that — please, use real science as a guideline, and not garbage propaganda.
Source: New York Daily News

It’s not just the typical people that would be called ‘anti-trans’ critiquing pushing kids to have these discussions too soon.

Here is the opinion of a popular YouTuber that is transgender regarding transgender children. It’s not exactly what you’d expect.

This is the second video, actually. Here is a link to the first one.

If someone who is transgender says that it might actually mess up kids by bringing pushing an agenda on them, maybe we should listen.

What happened to the idea that we should protect the innocence of children?

When did that get lost?

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