A Canadian trans woman is killing themselves because they regret their transition.
And they announced it in a Twitter thread.
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I’ve been really disappointed this week that the Autistic Sex Education story I covered didn’t get coverage in the conservative press.
It’s not an ego thing. There have been a lot of stories over the years that conservative media hasn’t covered - some by me, some by others - and normally I couldn’t care less.
This one is different. This one is a complete violation. It’s something that parents need to be informed about.
Low-information parents trust the media to tell them stories like this…all of the major outlets know about it…and so far, they’ve refused to tell the story.
And that’s been really upsetting to me because it feels like no one takes this seriously. If autistic kids being taught pornography and radical gender ideology by strangers isn’t grooming, I’m really not sure what is.
This wasn’t an obscure thing - it was the keynote at the National Sex Ed Conference a month ago. That means it’s going to make its way into schools. It’s just a matter of where and when.
I was able to get the story in front of over 100,000 people. My reach isn’t shabby. That’s a blessing - to be able to reach that many.
But, to me, the lack of mainstream conservative coverage is so telling. Sometimes, it’s the thing that’s not said that is actually the most important in understanding what they value.
It says “we can know emphatically that you autistic children are being taught how to find porn and use sex toys in public school, or that they’re born in the wrong body, and we don’t care enough to tell you.”
They don’t care about the things they claim to care about.
People need to start taking this seriously.
Here’s what happens when they don’t.
Meet Duchess Lois:
Lois underwent sexual reassignment surgery years ago, courtesy of the Canadian government.
As soon as the procedure was over, she immediately regretted it. They told her “just wait, it’ll be fine.” She waited. It wasn’t fine.
And now she’s asking the Canadian government to kill her:
As we speak, she’s talking to people on Twitter about the decision.
Perhaps she won’t go through with it. I hope she’s able to find peace with whatever decision she comes to.
Journalists have failed people like Lois.
Yes, the far left and the radical gender industry are to blame for not stopping this before it got to surgery, that’s true.
But the media and mainstream journalists (the ones who work at the so-called credible publications and networks) should have been on this years ago. It should have been wall-to-wall coverage warning people what was happening. They have the biggest reach into the land of the normies, and they have a responsibility to use it.
A lot of people knew, and they did nothing. It was discovered mostly by independent journalists as a result of people like Lois speaking up on social media.
Why did they even become journalists in the first place if not to serve the public good?
An activist friend of mine once told me a story of a time she was hanging out with a journalist and asked him why he hadn’t started covering the child-transitioning stuff sooner.
He answered: “I’ve been a pussy.”
To his credit, he’s been doing amazing coverage since then.
Please spread the word and share Lois’s story.
That seems to be what she wants more than anything.
And God knows you can’t trust the journalists and influencers to do it for you.
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