Children growing up in this confused world are bombarded with messages of confusion. Little boys are told they don’t have to be boys; girls are told they might not really be girls. Whatever they feel they are is what they are—boy, girl, or a mixture of the two. The world tells them it doesn’t matter. The confusion and ambiguity are reinforced in many ways: gender-neutral days at school, the banning of terms such as boys and girls in the classroom, the proliferation of unisex restrooms, curricula that promote homosexual marriage, etc. It’s little wonder that some people grow up struggling with their sexual identity. But our Lord warned against leading children astray: “Jesus said to his disciples: ‘Things that cause people to stumble are bound to come, but woe to anyone through whom they come. It would be better for them to be thrown into the sea with a millstone tied around their neck than to cause one of these little ones to stumble’” (Luke 17:1–2).
The mother of a transgender child has come forward to condemn legislative efforts to ban so-called “conversion therapy,” which she warns is a backdoor for filling the ranks of the mental health profession with activists, rather than therapists.
When her own daughter first came out as “trans,” this mother, who wishes to protect her identity by remaining anonymous, says she actively sought out a therapist to help the girl “sort out what her gender dysphoria meant” – only to learn that very few “therapists” today are in the business of
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