Will No One Stand to Save the Children?? Part 2 of 6

My 8-Year-Old Just Told Me She’s Gay

UPDATED: 8/14/22
This issue is far more serious than people realize.  I know that everyone is busy, and most people are not the list bit aware of what is happening.  This is a luxury YOU can no longer enjoy!  I am telling you that this IS COMING TO YOUR DOOR!  And it is not far off.  One day very soon it will be your child that is forced to act out sexual perversion in school, it will be your son or daughter that is convinced by teachers, coaches, counselors or peers that they need have been imprisoned in the wrong body and need a sex change.  Or worse yet, it will be your child that is being yanked from your arms and your home by CPS.  WAKE UP!!!!

Update: Video Added 1/24/19

TURNING KIDS TRANS? | Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria

Take a look at this next story.  

Texas Mother To Force Healthy 6-Yr-Old Son To Undergo Chemical Castration

Mother forces young son to get chemical castration to turn him into girl

Mom Says 6-Year-Old Son Is Transgender. Dad Disagrees. Now He Might Lose His Son.

A LGBT member makes a victory sign with his fingers as he holds a rainbow flag on August 21,2016 in Istanbul during a demonstration for the murdering of a transgender activist Hande Kader, a 22-year-old transgender who was mutilated, burnt and murdered in
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A Texas father is fighting for his son in court after pushing back on his ex-wife’s claim that their six-year-old is a transgender girl.

According to court documents, the young boy only dresses as a girl when he’s with his mother, who has enrolled him in first-grade as a female named “Luna.” The father, however, contends that his son consistently chooses to wear boy’s clothes, “violently refuses to wear girl’s clothes at my home,” and identifies as a boy when he is with him.

The Federalist reports that the mother has accused the father of child abuse in their divorce proceedings “for not affirming James as transgender” and is looking to strip the dad of his parental rights.She is also seeking to require him to pay for the child’s visits to a transgender-affirming therapist and transgender medical alterations, which may include hormonal sterilization starting at age eight,” the report adds.

The father has been legally barred from speaking to his child about sexuality and gender from a scientific or religious perspective and from dressing his son in boys’ clothes; instead, he has to offer both girls’ and boys’ outfits. The boy consistently refuses to wear dresses, according to the father.

The boy was diagnosed with gender dysphoria by a gender transition therapist the mother, a pediatrician, chose for her son to see. According to the therapist’s notes, the boy chose to identify as a girl when he was in sessions alone with his mother; alternatively, he chose to identify as a boy when he was in sessions alone with his father. The Federalist reports:

[A] dossier filed with the Dallas court says that, under the skilled eyes of the therapist, the child was presented two pieces of paper, one with the word “James” and one with the word “Luna,” and asked to pick the name he preferred. When the appointment only included his mother, James selected Luna, the name and gender he uses at his mother’s home and in his first-grade classroom. When the appointment was only with his father, however, James pointed to the boy name James, not the girl name.

Moreover, the father has collected testimony from parents of his son’s friends and a church leader who say they have only seen the six-year-old identify as a male.

The boy’s pastor, Christ Church Carrollton Bill Lovell, said, “Based on the three occasions I’ve spent time with him, I’d say he acts and looks unmistakably like a healthy six-year-old boy. … I am praying for [him], an average six-year-old boy, a sweet-natured, intelligent, lovable and at this point particularly vulnerable young man, caught up in a titanic clash of worldviews.”

“His mother came to pick up the boys to take them to [his brother’s] soccer game,” recalled Sarah Scott, a family friend and mother of three sons who are close with the boy. “[He] hugged his dad and said, ‘Love you.’ He refused to go to the soccer game as a girl with mom and stayed with dad. That evening they came to our house.”

Needless to say, the gender dysphoria diagnosis is being contested by the boy’s dad.

Walt Heyer, author of Trans Life Survivors and former transgender female, warns that the potential diagnosis could ruin the boy’s life, similar to what he went through after he was secretly cross-dressed by this grandmother for two-and-a-half years as a young boy.

“The diagnosis is critical, because labeling a child with gender dysphoria can trigger a series of physical and mental consequences for the child and has legal ramifications in the ongoing custody case. Get it wrong,” Heyer writes at The Federalist, the boy’s “life is irrevocably harmed.”

The boy’s “precious young life hinges purely on the diagnosis of gender dysphoria by a therapist who wraps herself in rainbow colors, affirms the diagnosis of gender dysphoria, and dismisses evidence to the contrary,” argues Heyer. “Remove the ‘rainbow’ from [the] diagnosis, and it crumbles under the weight of the criteria for the diagnosis of gender dysphoria.”

The author warned, “If we do not save [the boy] from a misdiagnosis, his next step is chemical castration at age eight, only two years away.”


There are only two Sexes!  There is no way to change a boy to a girl or visa versa!  You may be able to make them appear on the outside to be changed, but every cell in the body defies that!  GROWN ADULTS who go through all the so-called preparation for a sex change, like there is any way anyone could prepare you for the nightmare you will face, grow to regret their actions very quickly.  NO CHILD could possibly have enough information or ability to process what is being presented in a manner that would prepare them to make such a life-changing decision.  
Just listen to the testimonies in this next video. 



By  BP-Pub-2  

I Want My Sex Back! is the personal tale of three men who went under the knife in order to change their sex but who now years latter regret the permanent procedure. Through a number of interviews we hear how these individuals managed to come to terms with their disappointments and regrets.

Billy, Rene and Walt were born male, but they all felt uncomfortable with their sex. So they underwent sex reassignment surgery, believing it would end their distressing condition, which is known as gender dysphoria – feeling uncomfortable with your birth sex. However, becoming female only brought problems, disappointment and regret.

‘I Threw Transgender Away To Follow Jesus’ – Ex-Trans Woman

Billy underwent sex reassignment surgery to become the woman as he had always felt he was one but this drastic change didn’t bring him the relief he had sought, and the problems he was looking to solve remained. After living as a women for seven years he decided to reverted back to being a man.

Rene Jax and Walt Heyer are the two others featured in this film, they share similar stories of regret but both are unique in their own right.

Nichol: Ex-Transgender and Drug Dealer Radically Transformed By Jesus

Rene Jax was born a boy. As a child, he felt that his male body was all wrong. At 30, he finally went through the sex change he thought would bring him peace, but it didn’t work out. Having lived as a transgender woman for almost 30 years, Rene says she regrets the decision.

I Want My Sex Back! is the story of three American men who underwent gender reassignment surgery and later changed their minds.


Hundreds of transgender youths who had gender reassignment surgery wish they hadn’t and want to transition back, says trans rights champion

‘Hundreds’ of transgender people who have transitioned want to un-do their surgery, a campaigner who decided to stop identifying as male has revealed.

Charlie Evans, 28, from Newcastle, was born female but identified as male for almost ten years before deciding to identify as a woman again.

‘Hundreds’ of people have contacted her, including 30 in Newcastle alone, asking for guidance around detransitioning – the process of becoming the gender they were born – after she went public with her decision last year, she told Sky News.

Charlie Evans, 28, from Newcastle, was born female but identified as male for almost ten years before deciding to identify as a woman again

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Charlie Evans, 28, from Newcastle, was born female but identified as male for almost ten years before deciding to identify as a woman again

‘I’m in communication with 19 and 20-year-olds who have had full gender reassignment surgery who wish they hadn’t, and their dysphoria hasn’t been relieved, they don’t feel better for it,’ Ms Evans said.

One 21-year-old woman, who identified as male from the age of 13, reached out to Ms Evans because transitioning did not help her gender dysphoria.
'Hundreds' of people have contacted her, including 30 in Newcastle alone, asking for guidance around detransitioning - the process of becoming the gender they were born - after she went public with her decision last year, she told Sky News

‘Hundreds’ of people have contacted her, including 30 in Newcastle alone, asking for guidance around detransitioning – the process of becoming the gender they were born – after she went public with her decision last year, she told Sky News

The woman, who did not want to be identified, said: ‘There is a system of saying, “okay here’s your hormones, here’s your surgery, off you go”. I don’t think that’s helpful for anyone’.

One 21-year-old woman (pictured), who identified as male from the age of 13, reached out to Ms Evans because transitioning did not help her gender dysphoria

One 21-year-old woman (pictured), who identified as male from the age of 13, reached out to Ms Evans because transitioning did not help her gender dysphoria

The anonymous woman was due to have her breast removal surgery this summer but started having doubts in May before deciding to stop taking hormones and cancel the procedure.

Ms Evans is now setting up The Detransition Advocacy Network to help people who feel the same way she did.

The science journalist has previously tweeted: ‘We know that there is no such thing as a boy brain or a girl brain or that you can be born with the wrong one.

‘We know hormone blockers are unsafe because we need testosterone and oestrogen for development.

‘We need to #BeBrave, and stand together.’

Data is not currently collected showing how many transgender people come to regret their decision but the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust – which offers gender identity services for children as young as three – says it is ‘rarely seen’.

In a statement, a trust spokesperson said: ‘Decisions about physical interventions made in our care are arrived at after a thorough exploration process.

‘While some of our patients may decide not to pursue physical treatment or drop out of treatment, the experience of regret described here is rarely seen.’

The science journalist tweeted 'we all know there is no such thing as a boy brain or a girl brain'

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The science journalist tweeted ‘we all know there is no such thing as a boy brain or a girl brain’

Ms Evans (pictured) is now setting up The Detransition Advocacy Network to help people who feel the same way she did

Ms Evans (pictured) is now setting up The Detransition Advocacy Network to help people who feel the same way she did.



Sex Reassignment Doesn’t Work. Here Is the Evidence.

Mar 9th, 2018 15 min read

Former Visiting Fellow, DeVos Center

Ryan T. Anderson, Ph.D., researches and writes about marriage, bioethics, religious liberty, and political philosophy.
To provide the best possible care, serving the patient’s medical interests requires an understanding of human wholeness and well-being.XiXinXing/Getty Images


McHugh points to the reality that because sex change is physically impossible, it frequently does not provide the long-term wholeness and happiness that people seek.

Unfortunately, many professionals now view health care—including mental health care—primarily as a means of fulfilling patients’ desires, whatever those are.

Our brains and senses are designed to bring us into contact with reality, connecting us with the outside world and with the reality of ourselves.

Sex “reassignment” doesn’t work. It’s impossible to “reassign” someone’s sex physically, and attempting to do so doesn’t produce good outcomes psychosocially.

As I demonstrate in my book, “When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment,” the medical evidence suggests that sex reassignment does not adequately address the psychosocial difficulties faced by people who identify as transgender. Even when the procedures are successful technically and cosmetically, and even in cultures that are relatively “trans-friendly,” transitioners still face poor outcomes.

Dr. Paul McHugh, the university distinguished service professor of psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, explains:

Transgendered men do not become women, nor do transgendered women become men. All (including Bruce Jenner) become feminized men or masculinized women, counterfeits or impersonators of the sex with which they ‘identify.’ In that lies their problematic future.

When ‘the tumult and shouting dies,’ it proves not easy nor wise to live in a counterfeit sexual garb. The most thorough follow-up of sex-reassigned people—extending over 30 years and conducted in Sweden, where the culture is strongly supportive of the transgendered—documents their lifelong mental unrest. Ten to 15 years after surgical reassignment, the suicide rate of those who had undergone sex-reassignment surgery rose to 20 times that of comparable peers.

McHugh points to the reality that because sex change is physically impossible, it frequently does not provide the long-term wholeness and happiness that people seek.

Indeed, the best scientific research supports McHugh’s caution and concern.

Here’s how The Guardian summarized the results of a review of “more than 100 follow-up studies of post-operative transsexuals” by Birmingham University’s Aggressive Research Intelligence Facility:

[The Aggressive Research Intelligence Facility], which conducts reviews of health care treatments for the [National Health Service], concludes that none of the studies provides conclusive evidence that gender reassignment is beneficial for patients. It found that most research was poorly designed, which skewed the results in favor of physically changing sex. There was no evaluation of whether other treatments, such as long-term counseling, might help transsexuals, or whether their gender confusion might lessen over time.

“There is huge uncertainty over whether changing someone’s sex is a good or a bad thing,” said Chris Hyde, the director of the facility. Even if doctors are careful to perform these procedures only on “appropriate patients,” Hyde continued, “there’s still a large number of people who have the surgery but remain traumatized—often to the point of committing suicide.”

Of particular concern are the people these studies “lost track of.” As The Guardian noted, “the results of many gender reassignment studies are unsound because researchers lost track of more than half of the participants.” Indeed, “Dr. Hyde said the high drop-out rate could reflect high levels of dissatisfaction or even suicide among post-operative transsexuals.”

Hyde concluded: “The bottom line is that although it’s clear that some people do well with gender reassignment surgery, the available research does little to reassure about how many patients do badly and, if so, how badly.”

The facility conducted its review back in 2004, so perhaps things have changed in the past decade?

Not so. In 2014, a new review of the scientific literature was done by Hayes, Inc., a research and consulting firm that evaluates the safety and health outcomes of medical technologies. Hayes found that the evidence on long-term results of sex reassignment was too sparse to support meaningful conclusions and gave these studies its lowest rating for quality:

Statistically significant improvements have not been consistently demonstrated by multiple studies for most outcomes. … Evidence regarding quality of life and function in male-to-female adults was very sparse. Evidence for less comprehensive measures of well-being in adult recipients of cross-sex hormone therapy was directly applicable to [gender dysphoric] patients but was sparse and/or conflicting. The study designs do not permit conclusions of causality and studies generally had weaknesses associated with study execution as well. There are potentially long-term safety risks associated with hormone therapy but none have been proven or conclusively ruled out.

The Obama administration came to similar conclusions. In 2016, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services revisited the question of whether sex reassignment surgery would have to be covered by Medicare plans. Despite receiving a request that its coverage be mandated, it refused, on the ground that we lack evidence that it benefits patients.

Here’s how the June 2016 “Proposed Decision Memo for Gender Dysphoria and Gender Reassignment Surgery” put it:

Based on a thorough review of the clinical evidence available at this time, there is not enough evidence to determine whether gender reassignment surgery improves health outcomes for Medicare beneficiaries with gender dysphoria. There were conflicting (inconsistent) study results—of the best designed studies, some reported benefits while others reported harms. The quality and strength of evidence were low due to the mostly observational study designs with no comparison groups, potential confounding, and small sample sizes. Many studies that reported positive outcomes were exploratory type studies (case-series and case-control) with no confirmatory follow-up.

The final August 2016 memo was even more blunt. It pointed out:

Overall, the quality and strength of evidence were low due to mostly observational study designs with no comparison groups, subjective endpoints, potential confounding (a situation where the association between the intervention and outcome is influenced by another factor such as a co-intervention), small sample sizes, lack of validated assessment tools, and considerable lost to follow-up.

That “lost to follow-up,” remember, could be pointing to people who committed suicide.

And when it comes to the best studies, there is no evidence of “clinically significant changes” after sex reassignment:

The majority of studies were non-longitudinal, exploratory type studies (i.e., in a preliminary state of investigation or hypothesis generating), or did not include concurrent controls or testing prior to and after surgery. Several reported positive results but the potential issues noted above reduced strength and confidence. After careful assessment, we identified six studies that could provide useful information. Of these, the four best designed and conducted studies that assessed quality of life before and after surgery using validated (albeit non-specific) psychometric studies did not demonstrate clinically significant changes or differences in psychometric test results after [gender reassignment surgery].

In a discussion of the largest and most robust study—the study from Sweden that McHugh mentioned in the quote above—the Obama Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services pointed out the 19-times-greater likelihood for death by suicide, and a host of other poor outcomes:

The study identified increased mortality and psychiatric hospitalization compared to the matched controls. The mortality was primarily due to completed suicides (19.1-fold greater than in control Swedes), but death due to neoplasm and cardiovascular disease was increased 2 to 2.5 times as well. We note, mortality from this patient population did not become apparent until after 10 years. The risk for psychiatric hospitalization was 2.8 times greater than in controls even after adjustment for prior psychiatric disease (18 percent). The risk for attempted suicide was greater in male-to-female patients regardless of the gender of the control. Further, we cannot exclude therapeutic interventions as a cause of the observed excess morbidity and mortality. The study, however, was not constructed to assess the impact of gender reassignment surgery per se.

These results are tragic. And they directly contradict the most popular media narratives, as well as many of the snapshot studies that do not track people over time. As the Obama Centers for Medicare and Medicaid pointed out, “mortality from this patient population did not become apparent until after 10 years.”

So when the media tout studies that only track outcomes for a few years, and claim that reassignment is a stunning success, there are good grounds for skepticism.

As I explain in my book, these outcomes should be enough to stop the headlong rush into sex reassignment procedures. They should prompt us to develop better therapies for helping people who struggle with their gender identity.

And none of this even begins to address the radical, entirely experimental therapies that are being directed at the bodies of children to transition them.

Sex Change Is Physically Impossible

We’ve seen some of the evidence that sex reassignment doesn’t produce good outcomes psychosocially. And as McHugh suggested above, part of the reason why is because sex change is impossible and “it proves not easy nor wise to live in a counterfeit sexual garb.”

But what is the basis for the conclusion that sex change is impossible?

Contrary to the claims of activists, sex isn’t “assigned” at birth—and that’s why it can’t be “reassigned.” As I explain in “When Harry Became Sally,” sex is a bodily reality that can be recognized well before birth with ultrasound imaging. The sex of an organism is defined and identified by the way in which it (he or she) is organized for sexual reproduction.

This is just one manifestation of the fact that natural organization is “the defining feature of an organism,” as neuroscientist Maureen Condic and her philosopher brother Samuel Condic explain. In organisms, “the various parts … are organized to cooperatively interact for the welfare of the entity as a whole. Organisms can exist at various levels, from microscopic single cells to sperm whales weighing many tons, yet they are all characterized by the integrated function of parts for the sake of the whole.”

Male and female organisms have different parts that are functionally integrated for the sake of their whole, and for the sake of a larger whole—their sexual union and reproduction. So an organism’s sex—as male or female—is identified by its organization for sexually reproductive acts. Sex as a status—male or female—is a recognition of the organization of a body that can engage in sex as an act.

That organization isn’t just the best way to figure out which sex you are. It’s the only way to make sense of the concepts of male and female at all. What else could “maleness” or “femaleness” even refer to, if not your basic physical capacity for one of two functions in sexual reproduction?

The conceptual distinction between male and female based on reproductive organization provides the only coherent way to classify the two sexes. Apart from that, all we have are stereotypes.

This shouldn’t be controversial. Sex is understood this way across sexually reproducing species. No one finds it particularly difficult—let alone controversial—to identify male and female members of the bovine species or the canine species. Farmers and breeders rely on this easy distinction for their livelihoods. It’s only recently, and only with respect to the human species, that the very concept of sex has become controversial.

And yet, in an expert declaration to a federal district court in North Carolina concerning H.B. 2 (a state law governing access to sex-specific restrooms), Dr. Deanna Adkins stated, “From a medical perspective, the appropriate determinant of sex is gender identity.” Adkins is a professor at Duke University School of Medicine and the director of the Duke Center for Child and Adolescent Gender Care (which opened in 2015).

Adkins argues that gender identity is not only the preferred basis for determining sex, but “the only medically supported determinant of sex.” Every other method is bad science, she claims: “It is counter to medical science to use chromosomes, hormones, internal reproductive organs, external genitalia, or secondary sex characteristics to override gender identity for purposes of classifying someone as male or female.”

In her sworn declaration to the federal court, Adkins called the standard account of sex—an organism’s sexual organization—“an extremely outdated view of biological sex.”

Dr. Lawrence Mayer responded in his rebuttal declaration: “This statement is stunning. I have searched dozens of references in biology, medicine and genetics—even Wiki!—and can find no alternative scientific definition. In fact, the only references to a more fluid definition of biological sex are in the social policy literature.”

Just so. Mayer is a scholar in residence in the Department of Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and a professor of statistics and biostatistics at Arizona State University.

Modern science shows that our sexual organization begins with our DNA and development in the womb, and that sex differences manifest themselves in many bodily systems and organs, all the way down to the molecular level. In other words, our physical organization for one of two functions in reproduction shapes us organically, from the beginning of life, at every level of our being.

Cosmetic surgery and cross-sex hormones can’t change us into the opposite sex. They can affect appearances. They can stunt or damage some outward expressions of our reproductive organization. But they can’t transform it. They can’t turn us from one sex into the other.

“Scientifically speaking, transgender men are not biological men and transgender women are not biological women. The claims to the contrary are not supported by a scintilla of scientific evidence,” explains Mayer.

Or, as Princeton philosopher Robert P. George put it, “Changing sexes is a metaphysical impossibility because it is a biological impossibility.”

The Purpose of Medicine, Emotions, and the Mind

Behind the debates over therapies for people with gender dysphoria are two related questions: How do we define mental health and human flourishing? And what is the purpose of medicine, particularly psychiatry?

Those general questions encompass more specific ones: If a man has an internal sense that he is a woman, is that just a variety of normal human functioning, or is it a psychopathology? Should we be concerned about the disconnection between feeling and reality, or only about the emotional distress or functional difficulties it may cause?

What is the best way to help people with gender dysphoria manage their symptoms: by accepting their insistence that they are the opposite sex and supporting a surgical transition, or by encouraging them to recognize that their feelings are out of line with reality and learn how to identify with their bodies?

All of these questions require philosophical analysis and worldview judgments about what “normal human functioning” looks like and what the purpose of medicine is.

Settling the debates over the proper response to gender dysphoria requires more than scientific and medical evidence. Medical science alone cannot tell us what the purpose of medicine is.

Science cannot answer questions about meaning or purpose in a moral sense. It can tell us about the function of this or that bodily system, but it can’t tell us what to do with that knowledge. It cannot tell us how human beings ought to act. Those are philosophical questions, as I explain in “When Harry Became Sally.”

While medical science does not answer philosophical questions, every medical practitioner has a philosophical worldview, explicit or not. Some doctors may regard feelings and beliefs that are disconnected from reality as a part of normal human functioning and not a source of concern unless they cause distress. Other doctors will regard those feelings and beliefs as dysfunctional in themselves, even if the patient does not find them distressing, because they indicate a defect in mental processes.

But the assumptions made by this or that psychiatrist for purposes of diagnosis and treatment cannot settle the philosophical questions: Is it good or bad or neutral to harbor feelings and beliefs that are at odds with reality? Should we accept them as the last word, or try to understand their causes and correct them, or at least mitigate their effects?

While the current findings of medical science, as shown above, reveal poor psychosocial outcomes for people who have had sex reassignment therapies, that conclusion should not be where we stop. We must also look deeper for philosophical wisdom, starting with some basic truths about human well-being and healthy functioning.

We should begin by recognizing that sex reassignment is physically impossible. Our minds and senses function properly when they reveal reality to us and lead us to knowledge of truth. And we flourish as human beings when we embrace the truth and live in accordance with it. A person might find some emotional relief in embracing a falsehood, but doing so would not make him or her objectively better off. Living by a falsehood keeps us from flourishing fully, whether or not it also causes distress.

This philosophical view of human well-being is the foundation of a sound medical practice. Dr. Michelle Cretella, the president of the American College of Pediatricians—a group of doctors who formed their own professional guild in response to the politicization of the American Academy of Pediatrics—emphasizes that mental health care should be guided by norms grounded in reality, including the reality of the bodily self.

“The norm for human development is for one’s thoughts to align with physical reality, and for one’s gender identity to align with one’s biologic sex,” she says. For human beings to flourish, they need to feel comfortable in their own bodies, readily identify with their sex, and believe that they are who they actually are. For children especially, normal development and functioning require accepting their physical being and understanding their embodied selves as male or female.

Unfortunately, many professionals now view health care—including mental health care—primarily as a means of fulfilling patients’ desires, whatever those are. In the words of Leon Kass, a professor emeritus at the University of Chicago, today a doctor is often seen as nothing more than “a highly competent hired syringe”:

The implicit (and sometimes explicit) model of the doctor-patient relationship is one of contract: the physician—a highly competent hired syringe, as it were—sells his services on demand, restrained only by the law (though he is free to refuse his services if the patient is unwilling or unable to meet his fee). Here’s the deal: for the patient, autonomy and service; for the doctor, money, graced by the pleasure of giving the patient what he wants. If a patient wants to fix her nose or change his gender, determine the sex of unborn children, or take euphoriant drugs just for kicks, the physician can and will go to work—provided that the price is right and that the contract is explicit about what happens if the customer isn’t satisfied.

This modern vision of medicine and medical professionals gets it wrong, says Kass. Professionals ought to profess their devotion to the purposes and ideals they serve. Teachers should be devoted to learning, lawyers to justice, clergy to things divine, and physicians to “healing the sick, looking up to health and wholeness.” Healing is “the central core of medicine,” Kass writes—“to heal, to make whole, is the doctor’s primary business.”

To provide the best possible care, serving the patient’s medical interests requires an understanding of human wholeness and well-being. Mental health care must be guided by a sound concept of human flourishing. The minimal standard of care should begin with a standard of normality. Cretella explains how this standard applies to mental health:

One of the chief functions of the brain is to perceive physical reality. Thoughts that are in accordance with physical reality are normal. Thoughts that deviate from physical reality are abnormal—as well as potentially harmful to the individual or to others. This is true whether or not the individual who possesses the abnormal thoughts feels distress.

Our brains and senses are designed to bring us into contact with reality, connecting us with the outside world and with the reality of ourselves. Thoughts that disguise or distort reality are misguided—and can cause harm. In “When Harry Became Sally,” I argue that we need to do a better job of helping people who face these struggles.

This piece originally appeared in The Daily Signal


The Pedophilia movement wants you to believe that children, FROM BIRTH, are not only sexual but are capable of consenting to adult activity.  BABIES are NOT CAPABLE OF CRITICAL THINKING OR DISCERNING.  THEY ARE NOT CAPABLE OF MAKING ANY DECISION THAT CAN HAVE HARMFUL EFFECTS NOW OR IN THEIR FUTURE!!   COME ON PEOPLE… because they reach for a toy does not mean they have had any reasoning involved.  They reach for colors or motion.  BABIES have no clue about their own bodies, the world around you, or the bodies of the people who come into their space.  GIVE ME A BREAK!  

If you fall for the ridiculous claims of these people you are condemning all the children to a life of torture, abuse, and even murder.  STOP THE MADNESS!  YOU will be part of the total destruction of the family.


These Pedophiles need help!  They are deceived by the demonic entities that are behind their sexual lust for children.  This is a spiritual problem and it cannot be resolved physically or mentally.  It is also not exclusive to men.  There are women who molest children as well.  Check out this next video.

Female Pedophiles ~ The BIG List Documentary {Part 1} (Mirror)

Should I be Considered a Pedophile Because of My Thoughts?

Asked by miko22 on  with 1 answer:

I’m 22 year old male. Over last couple of months I have been coming to terms with the fact that I was probably sexually molested by my father at early age. I’ve had a pretty hard childhood filled with low self-esteem, bullying, constant shame and guilt over the smallest things, being disgusted and ashamed of my body and feeling empty inside. I had a strange relationship with my father, always being afraid of him touching me and feeling repulsed by him although he always seemed ‘nice’ and gentle and too much interested in my life and he never hit me, I felt a creepy vibe from him. I was also very often touching my sexual organs (I don’t mean to masturbate, but rather like something was ‘off’ with them). I had strange fascination with rape and had hard time coming to terms with my homosexuality. Recently I’ve been diagnosed with OCD and I started taking medication for it. Here is my main problem. Not long ago my older sister gave birth to a baby boy. I’m afraid that close contact with my father will lead to him being sexually abused, so I warned my mother and sister about my suspicions. The strangest and hardest thing though is that recently I’ve started sexual fantasies (or rather obsessive thoughts) about newborn babies (mostly boys, I assume my nephew as well although I’ve never seen him nude) and young kids. I’ve been trying very hard not to have this thoughts but they are haunting me terribly (visions of me touching children, masturbating and raping them anally orally and vaginally of them suffering, sometimes also these thoughts about family members and people I know) sometimes these thoughts and visions are causing a sexual tension or even erection in me, although I would rather hurt myself before I’d allow myself to do that to others. My question is: should I feel guilty about these thoughts? Are they common for people who were molested and may be connected to my own vague memories from my past? Are they related to my OCD? I’m planning to start therapy for sure, but it may take some time, so I’d be really grateful if my questions could be answered, at least shortly.

Thoughts DO Matter!  The spiritual war that is raging is all about YOUR MIND!   The Word of God says “as a man thinketh in his heart, so is he” and “if you have done it in your mind then you have already done it”.   The Word of God tells us to “TAKE EVERY THOUGHT CAPTIVE”.  The Word tells us to “Cast down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bring into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ”.   You cannot do this in your own strength no matter how hard you may try.  YOU need the power of the Holy Spirit, the gift that Christ died to bring you.  When you give your life and your struggles to HIM, He gives you the power to overcome all the works of the enemy of your soul.

Some of our thoughts are generated by our own mind.  If you have been exposed to sexual things at too early an age, or you have been molested, these thoughts will haunt you.  Your mind will be focused on areas you would not normally imagine.  But, there are also thoughts that come into your mind through other means.  You are affected by the world around you and images that are constantly bombarding you.  Then, there are thoughts that come to you from spiritual entities that are working to do you harm.  Once a door has been opened and they have been given access to you, such as through acts forced on you by others (rape or molestation) or through choices you make (such as viewing pornography or watching movies or television programs that contain things of a sexual nature) demonic spirits of perversion, lust, and lasciviousness can not only oppress you than can actually possess you.  This is a spiritual problem and it needs to be addressed as such if you are ever going to be free. 

The Normalization of Pedophilia & Hebephilia

This next video is VERY INFORMATIVE.  It explains all aspects of the issue, as well and the lingo, the psychology, the strategies, the types, the laws,  the mindset, and so much more.   This is an EYEOPENING video!


If it is one thing that gets my blood boiling it is someone being a pedophile or hebephile apologist. It is one thing to preach about empathy and humanity but it is another thing entirely to pretend like pedophiles and hebephiles are “just like the rest of us.” Come with me down the rabbithole to see just how such talk emboldens pedophiles and hebephiles.

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A Comprehensive Overview on PEDOPHILIA in Relation to The World Wide Web 2018

In this next video, you will see how the Pedophiles are demanding to be given all the same rights and considerations that the Black people fought for over the last century.  They demand to be judged by their character rather than their sexual preference.  Well, all you have to do is watch some of them in the Pride Parade, view their snuff or rape videos online, listen to their conversations especially when they are viewing pictures of little children, or look at the way they dress to know their character is anything but worthy of respect.  They are slime!  I am sorry, but anyone who looks at a little child with lust in their heart is evil!  EVIL!  The innocence of a child is the most precious thing in the world and should be guarded at all cost.

In this video, you will see the development of this agenda, some of the other kids that are being exploited, how it is being thrust onto our children through the schools and libraries (paid for by your tax dollars).  The creator of this video started a petition.   There is a link below where you can find it and sign it. 


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1:02 – Pedophile Culture8:38 – Pedophile Law15:02 – Pedophile Safe Spaces (Internet)28:52 – Pedophile Youtube38:56 – Pedophiles in Media44:28 – Pedophile Biology48:42 – Pedophile Debate59:46 – Epilogue
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Ep 4~ The Pedosexual Agenda, LGBT & The Civil Rights Movement

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These next two videos will give you a very clear picture of what is happening in our schools and how to fight it. 

A teacher exposes the LGBT agenda coming into in elementary schools



Stop the Insanity: 11-Year-Old “Drag Kid” Dances at Gay Bar

I have a very good friend at work.  She is a great listener and I often bounce my ideas off her, share my grievances, or release my frustrations over coffee.  I recently was discussing my reaction to the story about Lactatia and the naked Drag Queen photoshoot.  I was surprised by her reaction.   She said, “well these things happen, but what can we do about them”.   At first, I was upset.  Then I realized, she was sincere.  She really had no idea what could be done.   So, I shared some thoughts off the top of my head.  Later as I pondered our conversation, I realized that there were probably a lot more people like her, that might have a sincere concern for the children but no idea what to do.   

If you find that you are touched by the plight of these children but feel helpless to do anything about it here is a list of ideas for you to consider.

  • FIRST and FOREMOST, you can pray.  I am a firm believer in the power of prayer.  The effective fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much!   God hears our hearts cry.   This is a spiritual battle.  Every battle really is based in the spirit.  I believe that prayer, praise, and fasting are our most powerful weapons.   ANYONE can pray, you don’t even have to be mobile to pray.  
  • You can start a support group of your own in your own community.  A prayer group to pray for the children, especially the ones in your area.  Or just to get together and stay on top of what is happening in your local school and share experience and information.
  • If you are local to a location where these things are happening, get out and protest.  Not everyone is cut out for such an in your face type of action.  But, if you are, it can be very effective!   Let the club owners, the school, the library, the City Hall, the State Capitol see your serious about protecting our children.
  • You can go to your Schoolboard meetings and/or your Town Hall Meetings and let your voice be heard.
  • Write letters to the editor of your local paper, or the online news outlet, the School board, your Congressman,  the local venues or anyone else that might be part of what is happening or a force for change.  Let these establishments know that you do not support what they are doing and that our children NEED PROTECTION!
  • Join an already active group of people who are working for the same cause such as the Family Research Council,  Texas Mass Resistance, or any other group that you might find.  BEWARE though, there are a lot of “ORGANIZATIONS” that will mislead you.  They claim to be working for children, but they are really NOT!   Child Protective Services and Child Advocacy are two real examples of that.  So do your homework.
  • You can obtain a list of the known sex offenders in your neighborhood and help to keep the other parents aware.
  • Got to your local library story times and keep an eye on what kind of books they are reading and who is reading them.  
  • Visit your children’s classrooms and stay on top of what your children are learning.
  • Research for yourself the changes that are occurring in your area, as far as bathroom policies, curriculum changes, extracurricular activities offered.  Get to know and be known by the Principal, Nurse, and Counselors at your children’s and/or Grandchildren’s school(s).
  • The EASIEST THING OF ALL TO DO –  Sign the PETITION linked above.

MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL IS THAT YOU DO SOMETHING!  Anything to let your true opinion be heard!  NOW, before it is too late!

I had to include this next video because it revealed something to me that I did not know.  Apparently, this is another gift from our MUSLIM  INVADERS!!!

Mother Allows 10-year-old ‘Drag Kid’ To Pose with Nude Drag Queen

‘They prefer boys in Afghanistan’: Dancing bachas recruited for sex (RT Documentary)

Take heed AMERICA!  If you don’t think it will come to this, you are a fool!   Look around you.   EVERYTHING will be taken to its extreme in this NO BOUNDARIES society!  Whether or not this young kids in the US are currently being raped, that is where this is heading.  DON”T KID YOURSELF, there are millions of children, boys and girls, here in the United States that are being sexually used and abused, tortured and even murdered for the entertainment of people in places of power and position and low-level street clubs and brothels, as well as Satanic Cults and Covens.  If you don’t think they are working hard to legalize this stuff, you need to WAKE UP!

Afghan ‘Dancing Boys’ Tell Of Rape, Abuse

Afghanistan’s ‘Dancing Boys’ Speak (WION Gravitas)

Don’t miss this next video.  It covers much, much more than the connection to Bacha Bazi!!  It clearly shows how the population is being manipulated and children are being exploited.

American Bacha Bazi


TNT Boys give drag performance of ‘Bang Bang’, winning talent show and Jessie J’s ‘heart’


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Three boys have given Jessie JAriana Grande and Nicki Minaj some strong competition with their incredible drag performance of “Bang Bang”.

The TNT Boys went on to win Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids, but the biggest surprise for the boys might have been when Jessie J liked their tweet.

TNT Boys (Facebook)

They were overwhelmed with excitement when the “Price Tag” singer showed appreciation on Twitter for their incredible performance, saying they were “so happy and so so proud.”

“The queen, Ms. Jessie J liked our tweet. Thank you so much for your appreciation @JessieJ, it feels like the TNT Boys won another big trophy. We love you.”

The boys performed the hit song on the final night of competition Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids, where children sing and dress up, on Sunday.

They received a huge number of votes on the final performance of the Philippines television show for their version of “Bang Bang.”

They have previously transformed into other pop megastars, including ABBA, Mariah Carey, Boyz II Men and Destiny’s Child.

They became an international sensation last year when they performed “Listen” by Beyonce on Little Big Shots, a variety television show for kids.

TNT Boys (Twitter)

The boys’ idol, Jessie J, was forced to put rumours to rest this week that she would be performing at the VMAs after the awards show’s official account left a comment on her Instagram post.

While the comment was just a string of emojis, it whipped her fans into action, with many thinking it meant she would be performing at the VMAs.

Jessie J responded to fan excitement by saying that she was not performing, and that she hadn’t even been invited to the awards ceremony.

“I only presume these out of nowhere comments are to cause hype to get you guys to watch the show tonight. I’ll take that as a compliment,” she added.

More: Ariana Grande, jessie j, nicki minaj

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Will No One Stand to Save the Children? Part 2 of 3

Will No One Stand To Save the Children? Part 3

Will No One Stand To Save The Children – Part 4 – So much more than a “Story”

Will No One Stand to Save the Children? – Part 5 – Child “Protective” Services

Will You Stand to SAVE THE CHILDREN?? – 6 yr olds taught to Masterbate, 4 yr olds asked to touch each other IN SCHOOL!


What are we doing to the CHILDREN?

Children infected with Werewolf syndrome?