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(LifeSiteNews) – One of the key accusations consistently leveled against Libs of TikTok, which has made countless videos of trans activists go viral – stating their agenda and views in their own words – is that they cherry-pick egregious examples of people saying things out of context to further a “transphobic” agenda.

This, obviously, is a weak attempt to divert our attention from the fact that these videos were first posted by trans activists themselves, and that we should listen very closely to what they are saying due to their position of cultural influence.

One recent example from Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital shows the director of the Adolescent Speciality Clinic, which services children as young as twelve, stating that part of their patients’ visits involves having a confidential meeting with children while the parents are absent—in order to create a “safe space.”

As I’ve noted before, this is yet another example of how trans activists are increasingly saying that it is necessary for children to be cut off from their parents because it is actually LGBT activists, not mothers and fathers, who know what is best for children. This narrative is being pushed by some of the most prestigious publications, and it is vile and dangerous.

Consider how the Times, one of the U.K.’s leading newspapers, frames the problem in their recent report titled “Teachers face ‘significant challenges’ to avoid outing trans pupils to parents.” Read that again, closely. This article explains why teachers are struggling—to hide information about children from their mothers and fathers. The article is so sinister it is important to quote it at length:

Teachers face “significant challenges” trying to avoid accidentally outing trans children to their parents amid a surge in pupils adopting new gender identities. Staff at Queen Anne High School, in Dunfermline, are told to ask pupils what name, gender and pronouns they use at home before speaking to parents.

The school’s pride club has expanded across two classrooms after an “absolutely huge” number of pupils expressed an interest in signing up to discuss their LGBT identities…Gareth Surgey, a science teacher, said: “The challenges of parents’ night when getting names, gender and pronouns right is significant for many staff. Maybe the child hasn’t communicated that at home so that will create a bit of angst for the teacher because we all want to get that sort of thing right for the child.”

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The Biden Administration has proposed a series of expansions to Title IX for all school districts — including “protection” for transgender students — attempting to "make clear that preventing someone from participating in school programs and activities consistent with their gender identity would cause harm in violation of Title IX.” 

School districts across America would force girls to share locker room with boys, changing and showering in the same areas, rooming together when traveling, and more — all if a boy says he’s a girl.  

*** Transgender accommodations are an alarming affront against the dignity and safety of girls and cannot be tolerated or implemented in America’s school districts. *** 

The dangers facing young girls are unimaginable. SEND A MESSAGE NOW to your State Board of Education: protect our girls and stop this insanity!

Florida’s state Department of Education is already sending memos across the Sunshine State, reminding school districts, private schools, charters, and more that they are not required to comply with the federal mandates — for now.  

Demand that every State Board of Education follow Florida's lead!

The proposed Title IX expansions are litmus tests to leftwing loyalty, meaning that leftwing school districts and states will be quick to attempt enforcement of these new “civil liberties” on their school children.  

The federal government will sure to add pressure on conservative districts like those in Florida — pressuring them to bow to the new ‘woke’ sexualized ideology of the left. 


The Hill has already begun running attacks against Florida’s conservative politics, stating that “Florida is not known for its LGBTQ+ allyship.”  

Propaganda pieces masquerading as news will only increase, pressuring lawmakers and school districts to bow to the leftwing premise that men can become women. We cannot allow this anti-science position to grip America’s school districts — endangering our nation's young girls. 

*** This federal attempt to change the meaning of sexual difference is an affront to each state's liberties — a danger to girls everywhere — and it must end now! *** 


Just last year, male prisoners pretended to be female in order to secure transfers to female-only prisons. This is a clear “gaming of the system” that anyone with common sense clearly sees.  

Now more than ever, Americans must raise a consistent and unwavering voice that science and truth in Title IX matters and must not be changed. The future — and safety — of our girls depends on separate sports, showers, dorms, and other spaces reserved for sexual difference.  

“LGBTQ+ allyship” means ruining sexual difference and eliminating the safety of female students because a boy claims to be a girl. We must stand firmly against this gender confusion.  

The federal government continues to experiment with our children, but by adding your name to this message, we can push back with one powerful voice that our school districts must follow the science and protect female integrity! 

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What that teacher is saying is that parents may pose a danger to their child, and that as such, key information about how that child is choosing to identify must be hidden from their parents in order to protect them from their own family. More:

Last year, official advice was published to help support trans children in school which ministers said was “not prescriptive and did not promote transitioning”. The recommendations included not forcing a trans pupil to use a specific lavatory, trying to make social dancing events less gender-specific and using the name and pronouns requested by the child. Schools were also urged to include parents in discussions about their child’s gender identity.

Lynx, a transgender pupil who uses the pronouns they/he/it, said the school was “extremely supportive with every little tweak” of gender identity as they adjusted. One history, geography and modern studies teacher simply goes by the name “Dr T” and uses the pronouns they, Dr or sometimes Mx, a gender-neutral alternative to Mr, Mrs or Ms.

They said: “I never felt like I was a boy or a girl growing up and I still don’t feel I am a man or a woman. I grew up in a relatively conservative environment in central Europe. I think we should be really happy that kids have these tools now so they can grow up more happy and free than some of us did. A couple of months ago the principal literally told me, ‘you’re so flamboyant, we need you’ and for me to feel needed and wanted for being different really made me feel welcome.”

Dr T advised pupils considering coming out that they “have to be patient and do a lot of work to explain yourself to people”. They said: “It is really difficult, but unfortunately we have to do [all this extra work] to respect others’ experiences even if we cannot understand it.”

Got that? LGBT teachers are coaching kids and encouraging them to “come out”—so much so that the LGBT club is predictably exploding—which the staff see as evidence that they are “doing something right”:

An S2 transgender pupil who changed their name to Mars last year said they received a lot of support from teachers helping classmates adjust to the new name and correcting their pronouns. Lynsay Duff, a physics teacher, said she recently had to split the pride club that she ran into two rooms “because so many people want to come along at lunch time and share their experiences”. She said: “We are obviously doing something right here at Queen Anne because we have an absolutely huge number of pupils attending the pride club.”

The Times then quotes a parent who struggled with their child coming out as “non-binary,” but noted that after she also had been educated about all of this, she realized that her struggles were her problem.

Another mother noted that she also had a non-binary or “gender-fluid” 14-year-old that the school had supported (dare we say “encouraged?”). In fact, one “non-binary” student noted that the school was “really helpful in helping me come out and discover my identity,” with a young student who identifies as transgender telling the Times that the school “was excellent on equalities.”

At no point does the Times ask why so many students in so many schools are coming out as “non-binary” or “gender-fluid” or “transgender;” at no point do any of the educators wonder why there is a sudden explosion of interest in identifying as part of the ever-expanding LGBTetc acronym. It is simply accepted as a very good thing; as evidence that they are “doing something right” and “something to be encouraged.” Nobody seems to wonder if the encouragement is the problem here.

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Jonathon Van Maren is a public speaker, writer, and pro-life activist. His commentary has been translated into more than eight languages and published widely online as well as print newspapers such as the Jewish Independent, the National Post, the Hamilton Spectator and others. He has received an award for combating anti-Semitism in print from the Jewish organization B’nai Brith. His commentary has been featured on CTV Primetime, Global News, EWTN, and the CBC as well as dozens of radio stations and news outlets in Canada and the United States.

He speaks on a wide variety of cultural topics across North America at universities, high schools, churches, and other functions. Some of these topics include abortion, pornography, the Sexual Revolution, and euthanasia. Jonathon holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in history from Simon Fraser University, and is the communications director for the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform.

Jonathon’s first book, The Culture War, was released in 2016.