Our friend Sara Carter just alerted us to the latest Far-Left stealth attack on our children, this one through the popular “American Girl” doll franchise.
According to Sara’s reporting, the popular doll brand is offering advice to girls as young as three on how to transition their gender. Though a published magazine, American Girl not only advocated for medicines available to “delay your body’s changes, giving you more time to think about your gender” but supported the notion of making such decisions without parental consent.
FLASH UPDATE: Our friend Mercedes Schlapp, former Trump and Bush media guru, has added her voice to the growing outcry against American Girl's promotion of the poisonous transgender ideology to children as young as three, telling FOX News, it is "dangerous for not only these children, but for our society," the veteran White House official laid in on the company for abandoning its values - as it's been revealed it also published a book last year that taught girls lessons on "white privilege" and "structural racism." "It’s hard enough for any teenager to go through puberty," Schlapp told Fox News" Dana Perino during a Thursday morning airing of America's Newsroom.
"Add to that the pressure of adding this confusion on your body image... if you don’t look a certain way, that means you should think about medically changing your body," she went on. "It’s sick and twisted," said Mrs. Schlapp. Read more through this link.
“If you don’t have an adult you trust, there are organizations across the country that can help you” the magazine, titled “A Smart Girl’s Guide: Body Image” writes*. It offers readers to “turn to the Resources on page 95 for more information,” reported Sara Carter.
The publication then details what discussions with a doctor could entail: “If you have’t gone through puberty yet, the doctor might offer medicine to delay your body’s changes, giving you more time to think about your gender identity.”
“If you’ve already gone through puberty, a doctor can still help” it continues. “Studies show that transgender and nonbinary kids who get help from doctors have much better mental health than those who don’t.”
Normalizing body dysmorphia, the book reads “Parts of your body might make you feel uncomfortable, and you might want to change the way you look. That’s totally OK!”
The New York Post’s Isabel Keane reported American Girl’s 96- page tome, “A Smart Girl’s Guide: Body Image,” has a section featuring a transgender rights flag and an image of a youngster apparently talking to a doctor about gender issues.
The text discusses using pronouns such as “they” to describe oneself and declares that “Studies show that transgender and nonbinary kids who get help from doctors have much better mental health than those who don’t.”
According to Ms. Keane’s reporting, the book explains to its targeted audience of girls ages 8 to 11 that, “The way you show your gender to the world through clothes and behaviors is your gender expression.”
“Your gender expression can be feminine, masculine, or somewhere in between — and it might change! Maybe you’ll experiment with bright dresses and long, feminine hairstyles. Or you might try baggy shorts, plaid shirts, and a buzzed haircut. Your gender expression should make you feel at home in your body,” the book states, according to the Daily Mail.
The book later adds, “If you haven’t gone through puberty yet, the doctor might offer medicine to delay your body’s changes, giving you more time to think about your gender identity.”
“You can appreciate your body for everything it allows you to experience and still want to change certain things about it,” the book advises, according to Isabel Keane’s reporting.
Writing for The Christian Post, Anne Young provided a further page-by-page analysis:
What is especially insidious is that the Body Image book actually begins with a noble theme, telling girls how beautiful their bodies are and how they should embrace that beauty.
However, the tone changes on the pages marked “Gender Joy” (p. 36ff). Contrary to what the first chapters appear to promote, the book starts teaching girls that they can destroy their girlhood. It causes girls to question the beauty of their bodies and even instructs them on how they can find help to change their bodies, including potentially mutilating their distinctly female anatomy.
The book mixes truth about embracing natural beauty with lies about denigrating the body. This is a toxic mixture that will only confuse them.
On page 38, the book promotes the use of puberty blockers by telling girls to seek them out from their doctor. It reads: “If you haven’t gone through puberty yet, the doctor might offer medicine to delay your body’s changes, giving you more time to think about your gender identity.” Do the doctors mention that these untested hormonal agents are completely experimental for use in treating gender confusion and are similar to the drugs that have been used to chemically castrate sex offenders? I doubt it…
The manipulation continues, again on page 38, as the book offers more suggestions: "Parts of your body may make you feel uncomfortable and you may want to change the way you look. That's totally OK! You can appreciate your body for everything it allows you to experience and still want to change certain things about it."
Taken together with the advice about how to obtain puberty blockers, it is not a leap to think this is paving the way for more invasive interventions. Notice the subtlety and slippery language? Although they don’t come right out and say it, it sounds like they could be pushing girls to consider broader physical changes such as amputating their healthy breasts or engaging in other surgeries to alter their female anatomy irreparably.
The owner of the American Girl Doll brand, toy giant Mattel, has refused to explain why the company has published a book promoting puberty blockers amid a growing backlash from parents.
The progressive message aimed at youngsters hidden in a toy is one of the vilest attacks on childhood we’ve seen – and parents are justifiably outraged at this stealth attack on their little girls. Like Disney, American Girl has become toxic to our children. The only way to keep poison away from children is to not allow it in your house – don’t buy American Girl dolls or books for your little girls this Christmas or in the future – ever! We urge CHQ readers and friends to forward this article to everyone on your contacts list to alert all parents, grandparents, family and friends of little girls to this Mattel-created poison.
*To view online images of the offensive pages without giving Mattel your money for this poison we recommend the Daily Mail article available through this link.
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