Liberals have made it quite clear that transgenderism and the notion that gender identity is flexible is a hill they are willing to die on, and they have pressed their advantage in the media in an effort to force the normalization of a mental disorder.
According to Mashable, the National Geographic magazine decided to make history by placing a feminine boy who thinks he is a girl on the cover of its January issue, which is almost entirely devoted to exploring and celebrating transgenderism and other gender questions.
The boy, 9-year-old Avery Jackson, was pictured with dyed pink hair and wearing a girl’s pink clothing, above a caption that read: “The best thing about being a girl is, now I don’t have to pretend to be a boy.”
An alternate cover for the “Gender Revolution” issue was also produced featuring seven teenagers of various races and gender identities.
Nat Geo‘s editor-in-chief Susan Goldberg offered an explanation for the special issue on its website, noting the tens of thousands of people who responded to the photos, some good, some bad, some even promising to cancel their subscriptions.
Here’s what he had to say… …