American Girl Uses Body Positivity Guide to Groom Girls for Transgenderism

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Assessment:  First, do no harm … As an important step in becoming a doctor, medical students must take the Hippocratic Oath. 

The body positivity movement sounds like a good thing, but as I’ve pointed out in the past, it’s been hijacked by famous fatties like Lizzo to essentially promote morbid obesity. And sadly, that’s not even the worst thing that the body positivity movement is doing.

It appears that the latest agenda of the body positivity movement is to push transgenderism on young girls.

American Girl dolls have been popular with young girls for decades and have traditionally taught them about American history. American Girl products also include books, a magazine, clothes, and even a film franchise. But, like so many other corporations, American Girl has gone woke, and now it’s pushing a radical agenda on children.

Smart Girl’s Guide: Body Image, written by American Girl author Mel Hammond, targets girls eight to 11 years old. It ironically teaches girls that if they’re uncomfortable in their bodies, they can change them.

“Parts of your body may make you feel uncomfortable and you may want to change the way you look,” one passage reads. “That’s totally OK!”

“You can appreciate your body for everything it allows you to experience and still want to change certain things about it,” the book adds.

 I do not pray that You should take them out of the world, but that You should keep them from the evil one.” John 17:15

And Hammond isn’t talking about getting ears pierced or wearing makeup. On the very same page, the book teaches girls they can talk to their doctor about going on puberty blockers if they are confused about their gender identity.

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