Denise Shick
Denise Shick
Denise Shick
Denise Shick is author of “My Daddy’s Secret,” “When Hope Seems Lost,” and “Understanding Gender Confusion.” She serves on the academic council of the International Children's Rights Institute and directs Help 4 Families Ministry.
California Passes Law Allowing 12-Year-Olds To Get Tax-Paid Transgender Treatments

In the nation’s most progressive state, you only need to be 12 years old to privately seek and consent to treatment for gender transitioning.

Two Trans Bills Escalate California’s Preference For Feelings Over Facts

These bills go dangerously beyond questioning plain facts. If passed, they would effectively silence those who dare to oppose their authors — facts be damned.

Delaware Proposal Would Let Kindergarteners ‘Choose’ Their Sex And Race

If passed, this regulation will allow Delaware’s public-school children to decide from day to day whether they are male or female.

The Trans Brigade Is Heartlessly Weaponizing Children And Ignoring The Consequences

Innocent, impressionable children can be molded into persons of deep character, guided by transcendent principles. Or they can be turned into weapons.

Just Because Your Transgender Parent Isn’t Messing With You Doesn’t Mean It Doesn’t Happen

Perhaps Elle’s transgender father never fondled her because he desired to have a body like hers. I pray she had—and always will have—a loving and respectful home life. I didn’t.

Why We Should Have Seen The Transgender Craze Coming

All this otherworldly transgender stuff seems sudden, but it isn’t. For the few of us who were paying attention, it wasn’t that hard to see it coming.

Having Transgender Parents Will Hurt Kids Like It Hurt Me

The children of transgender people will have to struggle with the knowledge that their mother is also their father, or vice versa. It hurts them. I know, because I was that child, too.

Indulging Transgender Fantasies Makes Them Worse

Society has got to stop enabling the harmful fantasies of the transgender community, both for their sake and for ours.

Children Of Transgender Parents Deserve A Voice

Perspectives from children who come from nontraditional homes, such as those with transgender parents, should be at least as important as those of the people who created those homes.