Mother of ‘trans’ child poses as teen to find out how Trevor Project grooms kids into transitioning

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A mother who is dealing with her own child’s gender dysphoria posed as a 15-year-old gender dysphoric biological female to access services online with the Trevor Project on Sunday. She found that every step of the way, she was guided further and further into affirmation of being trans, with no stop gaps along the way where a kid could be told that maybe they weren’t trans, and should take a moment to think about it.

The mother, referred to here as Gloria though that’s not her real name, presented herself as confused about many things, but sure of being “not cishet,” and interested in knowing more about detransitioning.

What emerged in the online chat with a representative from the Trevor Project was advocacy for transitioning, no information about detransitioning, and apparent certainty in the face of an uncertain teen who didn’t know where to go for help. The Trevor Project guided Gloria to resources on hormones, including how to get them without parental awareness, chest binding, and an introduction into a community of teen transitioners.

“My child spent a lot of time on The Trevor Project website when she first asserted a ‘transboy’ gender identity around age 12,” Gloria told The Post Millennial. “She also spent a lot of time on Tumblr, Discord and other sites at the time. I had no idea they were actively grooming my child into trans ideology and a new belief system.”

To access a live chat representative from Trevor Project, Gloria had to fill out an opening questionnaire asking if she’d attempted suicide before, and how she identified in gender identity and sexual orientation categories. The options for sexual orientation were “Asexual Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, Pansexual, or Queer.”

For gender identity, the selectable options were “Agender, Boy/Man, Genderfluid, Gender nonconforming, Genderqueer, Girl/Woman, Non-binary, Questioning, Third Gender, Transgender, or Two Spirit,” with options for “Questioning, Straight, Not Sure, Not listed above, and Prefer not to say” listed at the bottom.

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