Pennsylvania LGBTQ youth club where teens play with sex toys received $630,000 in state funding in 2022

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A Planned Parenthood LGBTQ youth club in Pennsylvania that hosts events where teenagers can get together and play with sex toys received $630,000 in state funding last year.

The Rainbow Room in Buck’s County is a youth center which describes itself as providing “a supportive, brave and empowering environment and dynamic programs for youth ages 14-21,” and last October, Senator Steve Santarsiero announced $630,000 in state funds to support and grow the program.

The weekly meetings at the center “feature a blend of education, recreation and advocacy.” According to images circulating on social media, this education includes adolescents playing a game that involves simulating sex acts.

Advertising itself as “a safe, supportive and empowering environment for LGBTQ+ youth,” and a place where teens and young adults “can be themselves and experience the freedom of knowing they are accepted totally and without reservation,” the center hosts weekly meetings. Once a month, 12 and 13-year-olds are invited to join.

Youth are assured complete confidentiality. What is said in the rainbow room stays in the rainbow room. CHOP gender clinic held an event at the center in 2020 that provided information about gender identity development and the services the clinic provides. That would be experimental sex changes and radical bilateral mastectomies for teenage girls.

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