Upcoming Talk at Princeton
And my recent TV appearance to discuss the deception of parents by educators
I’m on the east coast, conducting interviews for my next book.
Wednesday evening, December 8, I’ll be speaking at Princeton. If you’re a Princeton student and would like to attend, please message the organizer. After the speech, I will post the remarks here.
And here was my recent media appearance on Tucker Carlson, discussing the California Teachers Association’s (CTA) efforts to coach teachers in the recruitment of even elementary school students to LGBTQ clubs and the deception of parents about those clubs.
Whenever I appear on Fox or Tucker Carlson, I get a lot of angry complaints from progressive-minded readers who object to my ever appearing on those outlets.
Why do I do it? I talk to Americans. When I have an issue to report on, I don’t consider the politics of my audience. The millions of parents who watch Tucker Carlson are equally worthy of the chance to protect their kids from what’s going on in public schools as those who watch Jake Tapper. And, needless to say, I would welcome the opportunity to appear on Tapper’s show.
Finally, thank you all for your support. After a series of interviews with parents, the audio clips of a CTA lecture, and CTA webinars I have since viewed, I think it is clear that activist teachers believe it is their prerogative to coach, nurture, and solidify even elementary school kids’ gender identities and sexual orientations without parents’ permission, knowledge or oversight.
We need to get this activism out of the schools, folks. And I want to say again, as I’ve said many times: this has nothing to do with gay Americans or transgender Americans. Gay parents are generally as outraged by this inappropriate deception as straight parents. Many, if not most, of the activist teachers are neither gay nor transgender. But they are activist, and they do want to peel children away from the values of their families and supplant those values with their own.
It’s past time we stopped letting them.
I recently finished your book. I have three granddaughters and I'm terrified for their future. My takeaway wasn't just the madness of the "adult's" promotion of the current mania, but also the absolute misery being imposed upon our millions of girls and young women who should be experiencing a joyful and fulfilling youth but are instead suffering socially imposed immiseration. It is a genuine tragedy.
How profoundly have we failed women when the prospect of life as an adult female in our society is so horrifying as to be feared and rejected by increasing numbers of girls. Where is the love?
I think here, as in Britain, this madness will only end when young women who have been maimed by the pseudoscience of puberty blockers, test shots and surgery and sue and win.
It's a real shame that you get so much pressure from progressives not to go on Tucker's show. He has, by far, the most popular news show in the world. He's immensely influential and his platform gives you the chance to affect contemporary conservative thought. Why shouldn't you leap at the opportunity?