Born That Way?

“Comprehensive Sexuality Education” curricula promote the theory that gender is fluid (non-binary) and that identifying as a gender other than ones’ biological sex is normal. And, although most youth who identify as Trangender in their teens will embrace their biological sex by the time they reach their 30’s (according the American Academy of Pediatrics), this information is not shared.

We acknowledge that some people are born as LGBTQ; however, to be fully inclusive and respectful of everyone's experiences we must also acknowledge that social environmental factors play a role for many in the LGBTQ community.  In addition, we believe it’s important to teach children that their identity as a human being is so much more than their sex.

 The following paper is an objective analysis of the current science behind the question, “Am I born this way?”

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