Obama’s gender ‘identity’ rules go beyond bathrooms, showers

President Obama’s edict requiring all public schools to open girls’ bathrooms, showers and other facilities to males who self-identify as female will lead to sexual chaos and confusion among children, critics predict.


Few media outlets are reporting the extent of the policy as described in the president’s new “guidelines” but once people find out there is likely to be backlash, says the author of a book critical of the theories of the late sexologist Alfred Kinsey and the Kinsey Institute, which have largely been adopted by public school sex-ed classes taught since the 1970s.


Dr. Judith Reisman, author of “Sexual Sabotage,” says the transgender agenda being pushed by the Obama administration is all coming down from the Kinsey Institute and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, or UNESCO.


As early as 2009, UNESCO was promoting Kinsey-supported teachings on child sexual development, offering a curriculum that encouraged parents to be supportive and open-minded to gender identity and sexual orientation. The curriculum discouraged parents from enforcing traditional gender identities, stating: “Confusion about these issues and fear of homosexuality (homophobia) has caused many parents and other adults to limit how girls and boys express themselves.”


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