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Corporate America Is Coming After Your Kids
It is coming at us from all directions. It is a tsunami of weird, perverted propaganda that is meant to encompass every aspect of your life… and the end is far from sight!
Prior to 2020, I had never been much of a boycotter; however, that changed in 2020. Not so much for boycotting purposes, but because some stores wouldn’t let me in without a mask, and I was not going to wear one for health reasons. After having to give up a couple of my favorite stores, boycotting became almost a pastime. Most people were not like me. Most people gladly pulled up their masks for entry, regardless of how nonsensical the task was. However, it seems a tide may be turning.
The giant mega-corporations and government have awakened a sleeping giant. We are not living in the U.S. of yesteryear, but we are witnessing a timeless scenario- women and mothers who will do anything to protect their children. Women make up just over 50% of the U.S. population if we believe government statistics (which, at this point, I honestly question everything). So when a company allows males into the bathroom with their girls, males into female sports, and men to start advertising feminine products, there is going to be an issue.
Women have been fighting for equal rights in almost every aspect of life since the beginning of time. It has only been recently, that women have begun to see some reality of that in ways never imagined. In 1966, Roberta Gibb unofficially ran the Boston Marathon, becoming the first woman to do so. Women were not allowed to run in the Olympic Marathon until 1984… that’s less than forty years ago. I can still remember walking into a male-dominated company in the 1990s and seeing pornography on the wall… talk about uncomfortable. And now, we as women have to fight against men, dressing up as females, creating a sexualized idealization that we have fought so hard against. Men are putting on lipstick and dresses and forgetting that women are so much more than that. What it tells me is that a male is still a male. In their attraction to the physiology of women, they are trying to create that which they fantasize about. Meanwhile, I am just trying to match my top to my shoes and get through my day.
While this is happening on a micro basis (a man wearing lipstick and/or stilettos here and there), corporations, media, and the woke elite are attempting to cram it down our throats on a wide-scale macro level. It is no wonder that companies like Anheuser-Bush and Target are losing billions. Did they even stop to think about what their branding does to 167.5 million people in the United States?
Here is the deal, 70% of women make up most of the household and children’s purchases for the home. Of the 167.5 million women, about 35% of them have experienced some sort of sexual harassment or worse. Woke companies and retailers tell us how truly concerned they are for all people. Given this pervasive issue of sexual harassment and exploitation of so many women (their primary customers), why would they allow males into the most private and vulnerable spaces of all ⏤ public restrooms?
If that wasn’t enough, despite the narrative that Americans are losing their love of religion, Pew Research indicates that 98% of Americans still identify as being religious, and 64% of the population as Christian. So when a store like Target decides to not only minimalize women with shared bathrooms, but hires a satanic clothing designer, it is bound to upset the majority of the people that has made the retail brand succeed in the first place. Or when a Budweiser marketing manager insults the very people who buy their product, how do they not expect fallout? Who is making the decisions at the top, and how have they become so disconnected from the demographics of their shoppers?
Target has gone so far as to feature clothing lines with compression tops for females to hide their breasts. Is Target taking an already susceptible population, trying to be okay with their bodies, and telling them to hide it in shame? Is this really the message that a parent wants their daughter to receive? On a purely marketing, numbers, and dollars game, the recent “marketing initiatives” of Target, Anheuser-Bush, North Face, and others, don’t make a lick of sense. But maybe they really don’t care about their customers and are far more concerned with pushing a narrative. A $14 billion-plus narrative, but these are the days of record inflation, so even woke companies have very high price tags.
But this is just the beginning. Are you paying attention in the schools? Have you been introduced to Kooth? If you are in Pennsylvania, your state has voluntarily signed your child up for an experimental, mental health program where your child does not necessarily need your permission – the same child for whom you are responsible to cloth, feed, and nurturing into an adult.
You see, it doesn’t stop with Target, North Face, Kohls, or any of these companies creating a firestorm of confusion among children. It is just part of a bigger picture that will eventually separate the child from the parent, and most of us are blindly waiting on the sidelines. Kooth is an online, social media platform that has message boards, peer-to-peer interactions, and practitioner-to-child messaging. If you are in Philadelphia, this means that a child aged 11, can message a mental health practitioner without parental consent. In other areas of the state, it’s the age of 14. What this really means is that your child, who cannot buy a lottery ticket, can, in fact, hire their own mental health practitioner through the encouragement and financing of the school district.
While right now, Kooth is subsidized via a $3 million block grant; this may soon become a taxpayer liability. The current PA governor has budgeted $500 million to increase mental health support within PA schools, along with $100 million to connect students to mental health services. Legislators are pushing this on the basis of anxiety and depression. I totally agree about increasing rates of depression. It is depressing when you walk into stores, and they are telling you that you are not good enough and must compress your breasts to fit in, as should your 12-year-old daughter. Or if you’re a boy, just “tuck it in. We’ll provide the extra fabric.”Seriously?
The real reason Kooth is in Pennsylvania is because the minor consent laws make it easy for them. This program has never been part of a school system, even though it has been a self-referral program in the United Kingdom since the 1990s. It will initially seem harmless, but like all good conspiracy theories, this one will be a doozy for the future.
Your children are being surrounded by gender dysmorphia propaganda from every angle in order to create confusion. They will get it while they are shopping, on the television, on social media, and now the school. Yes, the idea isn’t to stop anxiety and depression. That is just an excuse to initiate a starting point that travels down the path of indoctrination and separation from the nuclear family unit, a God-created base, and system for society.
Regardless of the reasons (calculated or stupid), I’m going to have to say, “No thanks.” I’ll be shopping elsewhere, sending my kids elsewhere, and I am not coming back. And if you don’t think there is a bigger issue at play here, I’d advise you to open your eyes and loosen your mask. Lack of oxygen can have significant long-term consequences.
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