“Save the Tomboys”: Gays Against Groomers Takes A Stand Against The Lie That Tomboys Are Inherently Transgender
“It’s okay to be a masculine girl or a feminine boy.”
Now that Elon Musk has taken official ownership of Twitter, the floodgates have opened. Everyone who was cancelled, banned, or otherwise wrongfully silenced on Twitter is speaking out. And one thing that has people completely outraged is the push by the radical left to groom children for sexual and political purpose in public (and private) schools.
For some reason, the left has decided that reading, writing, and basic maths are racist and white supremacist and that all children should be learning in school is that they are either an oppressor or the oppressed (depending on their skin color) and that there is no such thing as men and women.
Bizarrely, this claim comes with the caveat that the bestest winner in the intersectional Olympics—”transexuals”—are, somehow, biological males who believe they are women or vice versa. But men and women don’t exist except as social constructs that must be torn down, so I’m not sure how that works. Can you be a “woman” trapped in a man’s body if you can’t even define what a woman is . . . unless you’re a biologist?
The worst part about all of this “gender-affirming” child mutilation is that it is happening at all. Parents are reportedly bullied into approving double-mastectomies or castration of their children on the threat that their child will commit suicide if not allowed to deform and mutilate their healthy bodies. This comes from “health care professionals,” not Stompy Suzie swearing she hates you because you won’t let her backpack in North Korea for Spring Break.
The whole thing is tragic. But people are pushing back, and one of the more effective voices in the culture war surrounding grooming children in K-12 classrooms is the organization Gays Against Groomers. We know they are effective because PayPal, Venmo, and Google kicked them off their services in an effort to demonetize, and therefore silence, them.
One of the bigger problems with this whole trans/child mutilation craze is that its adherents are coming for tomboys. Gays Against Groomers is having none of that.
It’s okay to be a masculine girl or a feminine boy. Androgyny is beautiful. Gender nonconforming kids are not trans. LET THEM BE and stop erasing us. pic.twitter.com/8N9CYycytz
— Gays Against Groomers (@againstgrmrs) October 29, 2022
There were a lot of great responses to this message, as you can imagine.
— Christina Pushaw 🐊 🇺🇸 (@ChristinaPushaw) October 29, 2022
— The Real Parents of Loudoun County (@RealLOCOParents) October 29, 2022
Why is this so hard for people to grasp? I am hetero and cis and always liked Tomboys. Trans people are wedded to a parody of the gender binary.
— David Strom (@DavidStrom) October 29, 2022
A professor of Business,ecstatic mother of two boys. Tomboy all my youth with my creeks,frogs and dogs
— Frances Fabian (@FrancesFabian3) October 29, 2022
Around the age of 7-8 had a motorcycle, Tonka Trucks, matchbox cars etc. wouldn’t wear a shirt in the summer b/c boys didn’t have to & my parents let it be. It let me become a capable, independent, strong woman, mom, grandmother & so grateful for my parents. It was just a phase.
— SH O'Neal (@SHEONeal) October 29, 2022
There was, of course, a lot of women “me tooing” the sentiment.
I was just like these women…especially the older one with glasses…I didn’t necessarily want to be a boy, but I just liked to play with boys and do the things they did. “When I was a kid, I didn’t know the difference” Amen.
— G8rMom7 (@G8rMom7) October 29, 2022
I was 100% a tomboy.Ran in my neighborhood in hot/humid STL with out a shirt on until I was 6.Knew every car engine part thanks to my Dad.Great childhood! I now drive a tractor on our property in TN. Married to my hubby for 43 yrs, 2 great sons!And my favorite name is Grandma!!
— Mary Bart (@2011CARDINALS) October 29, 2022
This is SO important! I went through a "tomboy" phase when I was a preteen, but as a teen, I went totally princess. And kind of stayed there. But this idea that tomboys are trans is damaging and, frankly, wrong.
— Fuzzy Slippers (@fuzislippers) October 29, 2022
As a straight woman I too was a Tomboy and loved every moment of it. I had five brothers and no girls around to play with.
I was happy and so free and went on to develop an interest in men to be a girlfriend rather than just friends.
Leave the kids alone-let them BE.
— BigOwlDream 🌸 (@BigOwlDream7) October 29, 2022
Me too 🙂 I’m a straight female but I’ve always had Tomboy qualities from the time I was a small child. I’m grateful to have grown up in the 80’s waaay before the woke cult.
— Maria (@Italianagreca) October 29, 2022
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