Below is an article by Walt Heyer that appears on The Witherspoon Institute website. Mr. Heyer is a former transgender who does a magnificent job of exposing the dangerous truths about the transgender movement. As many studies show, the majority of young people who experience gender identity issues outgrow them by the time they reach adulthood, but as some, like the National Geographic, are doing, the push for transgenderism seems to matter more than allowing kids to evolve naturally as they're meant to do.
Studies also show that transgenderism is a serious psychological disorder and so encouraging those suffering from gender identity disorders to undergo extreme surgical and hormonal alterations as a solution is like encouraging an anorexic to get liposuction. I would even call it a form of child abuse. At some point common sense and honesty must prevail and Mr. Heyer does a great job of outlining the issue. Please take a look:
I was just like the ‘trans’ 9-year-old in National Geographic. Now I know it’s pure fantasy
by Walter HeyerPsychiatrist Richard Corradi calls transgenderism a “contagion of mass delusion.” As a former transgender, I can tell you that Dr. Corradi is correct. Yet National Geographic magazine selected a trans-activist boy named Avery Jackson for the cover of its special January “Gender Revolution” issue—an image and publication that will only help promote this “contagion of mass delusion” around the globe.