Take a look at the two photos with this post.. Last winter the NEA did an article using the picture on the right to illustrate it. At the time, my colleague and I discussed the possibility that the child was a boy dressed up as a girl and that the NEA very deliberately asked the modeling agency for a "transgender" kid for the article. They definitely have an agenda! Today, I saw the picture from the cover of National Geographic on Matt Walsh's Facebook page (below). The child looked familiar, so I pulled up the photo from Susan's article. The child looks different but the same. High forehead, light straight eyebrows, dark eyes, same nose, May very well be the same model. And just think how much easier it will be to get jobs using the transgender card. It's so "in" right now. Not that the child is scamming the system. He is no doubt legitimately confused, but really, the competition must be much less fierce in the modeling industry if you have a corner on the transgender market. And when you think of how parents have exploited their children for Hollywood in the past (Think Judy Garland.).... Well, please excuse my cynicism, but money (and fame) talk. And let's face it, much of the LGTBQXYZ agenda is all about attention. Bruce Jenner is certainly enjoying it.
My sister was an actress for years, most of it on stage. She was surrounded by homosexuals who are overly represented in the industry. When she played in Damn Yankees with Jerry Lewis she told me all the actors playing baseball players were gay, a significant number of cast members. Why should that be? Well, my opinion is that it's partly because of their desire for attention. Think of homosexuals in the priesthood. The ones I've known have been showmen on the altar who often turn the Mass into a three-ring circus. When I see a video of a priest singing a secular song from the altar to a bride or groom during Mass or singing at the graveside of a funeral service (This actually happened at my mother's funeral.), well, I just wonder. When an event becomes, not about the central participants in the event: the bride and groom, the deceased, the family, etc., but about the celebrant who puts the spotlight on himself...I don't think it's a good sign. At any rate, I agree with Matt Walsh that what's happening to these children constitutes child abuse. Feeding them with drugs that suppress the normal changes of puberty, giving them hormones to make their bodies act in ways inimical to its nature, getting psychological counseling to convince them that they're disordered feelings are "normal." Yes, I agree with Matt that its criminal abuse and the parents and others feeding the neurosis belong in jail.
We live in insane times. Those who haven't succumbed to the disease, need to keep calling out that the emperor has no clothes. Pray for the poor souls living in a dream world that is likely to turn into a nightmare!