INTERVIEW | She Saved Her Daughter From Transgenderism. Mother Erin Friday Explain How.
Erin Friday’s daughter was introduced to gender identity ideology in a comprehensive sex-ed class in seventh grade.
“The seed was planted after that class,” Friday says. “And in fact, all of her friends, there were five, sat in my front yard saying what their new labels were.”
Friday says she was “alarmed by the language that they were using, including 'pansexual,' which is not a term that 11-year-olds should know.”
The mother began looking into what her daughter was learning in school and was struck by the fact that other adults were not also questioning the teaching of gender ideology to middle schoolers.
When her daughter said she was "transgender," Friday began taking decisive steps to rescue her from transgenderism. She took her daughter's phone, put her in a new school, and tried her best to surround the preteen with the truth about who she was as a female. It was not easy, but Friday says, as a parent, “you have to be strong enough, your love for your child has to be strong enough, to take their vitriol.”
After about a year and a half, Friday’s daughter stopped claiming a transgender identity. Today, through the work of the parental support group Our Duty, Friday is helping other families navigate through gender identity ideology.
Friday joins the show today to share her story, and to explain how parents can protect their children from the harms of gender identity ideology.
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