How did we get here? A timeline.
We can all agree we want all children to be affirmed and supported.
But where we disagree is whether it’s appropriate or not for a girl to get a double mastectomy or a boy to start puberty blocking hormones in the name of “gender-affirming care.”
I wondered how did we get here?
So I studied the timeline on public conversation from “transvestites” of the early 1900s to today’s “gender-affirming care” for children.
I created a chronology of events for this movement that is today akin to woke sex-ed on steroids — or as some dare to call it grooming and child abuse, with publishing houses, hospitals and activists introducing children as young as infants — before they can even say “mama” — to sexual and gender concepts like “intersex,” “non-binary” and “trans.” It’s a hypersexualizing of children that we are seeing.
Go to the link here to read the timeline: https://asrainvestigates.substack.com/p/girls-getting-double-mastectomies
Please direct message me on Twitter @AsraNomani or email me at [email protected] with any touchstones I missed in the timeline. Let’s understand how we got here to get out of this mess and focus on our No. 1 priority: affirming children, in all of their innocence.
When they are adults, they can make more educated decisions. But as children, let us simply love them and keep them off operating tables.
Asra Q. Nomani is a former Wall Street Journal reporter, author and senior fellow at the Independent Women’s Network.