Sunday, December 18, 2016

I don't understand, how a 9 year old can decide he wants to be a GIRL instead of a BOY ???

Is National Geographic Complicit in a Form of Child Abuse?Michael Brown   Posted: Dec 18, 2016

Is National Geographic Complicit in a Form of Child Abuse?

What comes to mind when you hear the words National Geographic? Do you think of exotic pictures from the jungles of Africa or up-close documentation of an erupting volcano or the discovery of a stone-age, Amazon tribe previously lost to civilization? If so, brace yourself.
The January, 2017 edition of this venerated publication focuses on the “Gender Revolution,” and it features the photo of a 9-year-old “trans-activist” on the front cover, accompanied by this quote: “The best thing about being a girl is, now I don’t have to pretend to be a boy.”

According to, this young child, named Avery Jackson, “rose to stardom last year when she began documenting her transition with ‘Avery Chats,’ a series of YouTube videos describing how she came to understand her identity at such a young age and eventually came out to her parents as trans.”


Is National Geographic now complicit in this “child abuse” by making a confused young child into an international celebrity?

That is between National Geographic and God, although the magazine’s readers will come to their own conclusions. I can only rue their celebration of the “gender revolution” and pray for God’s best for Avery.

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