Strange men are talking to your kids about sex and gender PSA released

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Advocates Protecting Children released a new PSA this week warning parents that strange men are talking their children alone about sex and gender.

The video opens by asking what a parent would do if a strange man came to their door and asked to talk with their child alone about sex and gender.


It then shows clips of grown men discussing sex and gender in online videos.

You can view the video below:

Advocates Protecting Children told The Iowa Standard that predatory sexual groomers should not be allowed near children.

“Parents’ predator radars should be screaming like police sirens when adult men style themselves as ‘gender guides’ and ‘glitter moms’ and reach out to children on social media for the purpose of pulling kids into gender world,” they said. “These men tell kids that if their parents don’t capitulate to gender ideology’s nonsense, then the parents don’t love their children, but are ‘toxic’ and ‘transphobic,’ and should be cut off immediately. These are predatory sexual groomers that no parent should allow near their children.”

Advocates Protecting Children is a non-profit (501c3) committed to fighting the gender industry and its predation on children in the form of unethical social and medical transition for the sake of political and financial profit. The organization serves and supports churches, schools, organizations, families and individuals who seek facts and guidance eon responding to gender ideology and activism.

The Advocates Protecting Children team is made up of moms and teachers with eight children ranging in age from 14-32. The group just welcomed its first grandchild to the Advocates family as well.

“We are practicing Anglican, Methodist and non-denominational Christians,” they said. “We hold B.A. degrees in education, professional writing and communication and a B.S. in cognitive science; M.S. degrees in education and educational psychology; and a Ph.D. in instructional technology and learning science. Collectively the group has over 70 years of teaching experience from preschool through adult instruction, from homeschool to private school to public school, and 80 years of parenting experience.”

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