Journalist reveals secret transgender attack on parental rights


A document discovered last week by a British journalist lays out the transgender movement’s covert strategy to control governments, weaken parental rights and target children for dangerous drugs that lead up to sterilization and genital mutilation.

The document also lays out the strategy to victimize children while they are too young to understand the fallout from any hormone manipulation or surgery.

The document can be downloaded and read here.

The Spectator’s James Kirkup revealed that transgender activists target parental rights by getting ahead of the government agenda, tying their issue to more popular movements to create a “veil of protection,” and working in secret to “keep press coverage to a minimum.”

In this way, Kirkup said, they use their oppressed-minority status to manipulate the government into enacting policies that the majority would oppose.

The massive Dentons law firm crafted the report, working with Thomson Reuters Foundation and the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex Youth & Student Organization (IGLYO). Both Dentons and the Thomson Reuters Foundation claim the document does not necessarily represent their views, but they helped draft it, nonetheless.

“Only Adults? Good Practices in Legal Gender Recognition for Youth” warns that parental rights can “damage” children’s self-expression. “It is recognised that the requirement for parental consent or the consent of a legal guardian can be restrictive and problematic for minors,” the document argues.

In this foundational assumption, IGLYO reveals its aim: to circumvent parental consent when it comes to transgender identity. “Restricting” a child’s capacity for self-harm is an essential part of good parenting, and parents should have the right to protect their children from decisions that will damage them for the rest of their lives. No good father will allow his anorexic daughter to get liposuction, and no good mother will allow her son to cut off his arm or leg because he has body integrity disorder or identifies as an amputee.

Yet when it comes to transgender identity — which can push children toward “treatments” that actually introduce a disease to healthy bodies — the document urges the government to subvert parental rights.

“For example, states should take action against parents who are obstructing the free development of a young trans person’s identity in refusing to give parental authorization when required,” the document reads. Yes, this activist guidebook drafted with the aid of an international law firm and supported by one of the world’s largest charitable foundations directly targets parental rights through the power of the state.

Interestingly, the guidebook pays lip service to politics and culture but takes direct aim at government policies. “While cultural and political factors play a key role in the approach to be taken, there are certain techniques that emerge as being effective in progressing trans rights in the ‘good practice’ countries,” it states.


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