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Gays Against Groomers: ‘They Want to Add the P of Pedophilia’ to the Term LGBTQ and That Harms Us

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At a time when the U.S. is facing a wave of the sexualization of children in public schools, with Florida as the epicenter of an institutional fight to counter it, our editor-at-large, Emmanuel Rincon, interviewed the person behind the social media account dedicated to confronting the ideologization of education: Gays Against Groomers, which has been suspended from Twitter multiple times.

Jaimee Michell, the founder of Gays Against Groomers, explained that she decided to start what is now a movement after seeing the popularity of videos of drag queens performing in front of children, which usually show parents encouraging the exchange of money for lap dances, as well as LGBT indoctrination in schools and the promotion of sex change in minors.

“It’s a nightmare, what’s happening” Michell said. “We see everybody speaking out against it, and I just felt like it would be very powerful to have our voices from within the community push back against it as well.”

The Gays Against Groomers moderator explained that she receives hundreds of messages daily from people both LGBT and outside the community expressing appreciation, saying they have been feeling the backlash against the radicalization of gender ideology. She noted that some users have said they feel ashamed to be part of the LGBT community in the face of the depravity of its most recent leadership.

“Just like all of us, we see all that anybody sees right now coming from the gay community and the LGBTQ+, is this assault and attack on children,” she stated. “We do not condone it, we strongly oppose it, we don’t want to be affiliated with it because it makes us look really bad too, just by association.”

She added that the response has been positive from all circles, from people in the LGBT community to “very conservative, very Christian” heterosexual-oriented families, who are reaching out to thank her for her work.

“I think that these people really understand that it’s going to take our voices from inside the community to really, effectively put an end to it, because the people that are fighting against it that aren’t in the community are very easy to write off as biggots or transphobes or homophobes, and they’re going to have a harder time doing that with us.”

Michell said the Gays Against Groomer’s team is against any type of sexual expressions, such as drag shows, involving children since they are “adult activities” and entertainment for grown-ups, and said that both parents who expose their children to such events and the schools and administrators who engage in it should face the consequences. “This is child abuse,” she asserted.

She also referred to initiatives by Republican governors like Ron DeSantis, who signed into law his so-called “parental bill of rights,” legislation that has come under attack from the left-wing media, who refer to it as the “Don’t Say Gay bill.”

“That’s what the woke progressives are very good at doing; the radicals on the left are very good at manipulating language to evoke emotions, and that works pretty well. But Gays Against Groomers’ opinion is that the bill doesn’t actually go far enough. It’s a great start, but it only covers kindergarten through third grade, which are 8-year-olds. It doesn’t go far enough, but obviously we support it and we’d like to see more legislation modeling that and even going further, all over the country and, honestly, all over the western world.”

Jaimee believes that the progression of the LGBTQ+ community has reached a limit. Far from collaborating in its initial purpose to include people with diverse sexuality and identity preferences in society without being deprived of any rights or discriminated against solely based on their identity qualities, it generates even more prejudice and harm against the community.

The Gay Against Groomer’s account was recently censored on Twitter for standing up to the far-left ideology that seeks to take over the libertarian banners that started the LGBT struggle. In a new episode of censorship against dissenting voices, tech giants have struck another blow against free speech.

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Tomás Lugo, journalist and writer. Born in Venezuela and graduated in Social Communication. Has written for international media outlets. Currently living in Colombia // Tomás Lugo, periodista y articulista. Nacido en Venezuela y graduado en Comunicación Social. Ha escrito para medios internacionales. Actualmente reside en Colombia.

Emmanuel Rincón is a lawyer, writer, novelist and essayist. He has won several international literary awards. He is Editor-at-large at El American // Emmanuel Rincón es abogado, escritor, novelista y ensayista. Ganador de diversos premios literarios internacionales. Es editor-at-large en El American

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