Corporations that you likely pay every day for products and services are funneling millions of dollars to a progressive nonprofit that promotes the mutation and castration of children as well as online, anonymous conversations about sex between adults and children.
Consumers’ Research sent out an alert on Wednesday warning Americans about several companies that publicly give money to sustain the Trevor Project, an LGBT activist organization dedicated to building what it says will be “a safer, more-inclusive world.”
Consumers’ Research specifically sought to warn Americans about the Trevor Project’s financial relationships with Disney, Bank of America, Kohls, NASCAR, Chipotle, and General Motors, all of which donate at least $50,000 a year to the nonprofit.
Some of these companies, like Disney and Bank of America, have long track records of using money they receive from consumers like you to mock Americans’ widely-held beliefs about traditional marriage, biological sex, and constitutional rights. Others, like Chipotle, created “pride” merchandise specifically for the purpose of enriching the Trevor Project with every sale.
The Trevor Project’s stated mission to “end suicide among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning young people,” at first glance, appears rather innocuous. The group’s assertion, however, is that the best way to help young people struggling with same-sex attraction and, specifically, gender dysphoria is to “affirm” them socially and subject them to irreversible mutilation and castration.
Data shows that even with societal approval and, in some cases, permanent disfigurement, transgender people are far more likely to commit suicide than the general population. Yet, Republicans who restrict or ban disfigurement for struggling minors only receive condemnation and wrath from the Trevor Project.
For years now, the Trevor Project has used unreliable surveys, amplification from the corrupt corporate media, and the federal government to advance its agenda, especially in taxpayer-funded classrooms. Now, it’s using big bucks from businesses you shop at to give children unfettered access to sexually-charged chat rooms with adults.
TrevorSpace, the organization’s latest project, is marketed as an online chatroom for “LGBTQ young people between the ages of 13-24” to “explore your identity, get advice, find support, and make friends in a moderated community.”
In reality, more than 400,000 users around the world hijacked it as a hub for “sexually perverse content, aggressive gender-reassignment referrals, adults encouraging minors to hide their transitions from their parents and many troubled kids in need of psychological counseling.”
These conversations, the Trevor Project claims, are restricted to certain age categories and reportedly moderated. National Review, however, confirmed that “there is no system in place to confirm a person’s age.”
That means communications about how to use a chest binder and get body-altering medications without parental knowledge or consent, detailed descriptions of masturbation, BDSM, polyamory, and animal kinks, all of which screenshots confirm are happening on the platform, are occurring under the Trevor Project’s watch between minors and adults.
Due to the nature of communications and because there’s no age verification, it’s not a stretch to see how the chat room could, if it hasn’t already, be infiltrated by groomers and predatory adults.