The radicals in the LGBT movement are determined to trick children into adopting their sick ideas regarding sexuality and gender.
But this time they’ve gone too far.
And you won’t believe what Teen Vogue is doing to confuse 13-year-old girls about their bodies.
LGBT radicals are grooming the next generation of activists.
Which is why they’ve made teenage girls and boys their primary target.
Occasionally, these radicals sneak into classrooms or libraries to spread their sick ideas.
However, they’ve discovered they can have more immediate impact by infiltrating the media.
Now, Teen Vogue is telling 13-year-old girls that gender is entirely made up and that they shouldn’t identify as either a girl or a boy.
Teen magazine, Teen Vogue, is at it again, diving headlong into contentious politics and calling it “science” — this time with a video titled, “5 Common Misconceptions About Sex and Gender” that proposes that “binary is bulls**t.”
The video features a group of speakers telling teenagers that traditional gender roles are not “scientific.” The speakers scoff at the idea that a person with a penis has to be a boy and a person with a vagina is by nature a girl.
Some of the sage comments include that of Belgian model Hanne Gaby Odiele, who is seen saying, “I’m here to tell you that binary is bulls**t.” Next up, author Katrina Karkazis sneers at the idea that “sex typically refers to your biological traits.”
But Karkazis goes on to insist that gender is not about binary sexes but is instead about “ideas” about sex. “Gender is about your identity, your expression, and it’s often based on ideas about sex.”
Teen Vogue should be ashamed of themselves for pushing this sick propaganda on young boys and girls.
Teenagers are not exactly known for their wisdom or emotional maturity.
Confusing them by telling them there are an infinite number of genders is wrong.
But they are showing no signs of remorse.
Teen Vogue knows exactly what it is doing.
Parents will need to be increasingly aware of what their kids are reading or listening to online if they wish to protect them from publications such as this.
Do you agree with Teen Vogue that there are in infinite amount of genders?
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