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Our mission is to raise awareness and support efforts to stop the unethical treatment of children by schools, hospitals, and mental and medical healthcare providers under the duplicitous banner of gender identity affirmation. We believe that no child is born in the wrong body. Connect with us.

Partners for Ethical Care is a secular, non-partisan, all-volunteer, grassroots nonprofit organization comprised of individuals from across the globe. We come from across the political spectrum and put differences aside to work toward a common mission. We are funded by individual donors, and we are humbled by their generosity.

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2 free film screenings by Panacol Productions/CBC Network

Austin, TX  04/21 7:30pm

click below to register

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Please help us raise money for our first event. It's a big one!

We can't do this without you!

Identity Crisis Film Tour

PEC has teamed up with Independent Women’s Network to bring you The Identity Crisis Film Tour with dates and details coming soon. Identity Crisis is a beautifully produced series of short documentaries by Kelsey Bolar that focuses on first hand stories of how “gender ideation” and the “gender industry” has negatively affected their lives. Along with these heartfelt accounts by Mothers of daughters affected by this social contagion and detransitioned young women, the first leg of the tour will feature the impactful documentary series 

Dysphoric by Vaishnavi Sundar.


We hope to see you there! 


THANK YOU to everyone who donated to our Boston Billboard Campaign!  Because of your amazing support & generous donations, we exceded our goal!!!

YOU raised a total of $15, 595 and we will put up THREE BILLBOARDS in Boston to expose the gender industry &

help those who have already been harmed. 💪🏼❤️

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Keeping you up to date on our projects & endeavors as we continue to push for change to the gender industry & protect those who have been harmed

Thank you!

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The Ohio Campaign

Three billboards have been installed in major cities in Ohio through the efforts of Partners for Ethical Care and

Cardinal Support Network to raise awareness about the harms happening to children under "gender identity affirmation" and how the SAFE Act will protect the children of Ohio from unethical and harmful social and medical transition.

No child is born in the wrong body, yet children of all ages are being deceived daily by teachers, doctors, therapists, and sadly, sometimes even their parents. A boy who likes to “put on a dress like Mommy” is told that he might be a girl trapped inside a boy’s body. A girl who likes playing with toy trucks is told that she might have a “boy brain” and that her body is wrong and needs to be “fixed.”


When children and adolescents feel uncomfortable with the way their bodies are developing or feel that they do not fit in with their same-sex peers, this false idea they've heard offers a convenient explanation for something that is much more complex. Led to believe that their discomfort means they were born in the wrong body, they are further misled that medical intervention is the only way to treat their discomfort.


Today such children rarely receive adequate mental health support to address their feelings of confusion and discomfort. Instead, they are given puberty blockers and wrong-sex hormones, double mastectomies and genital surgeries, resulting in the removal of their reproductive organs, all before they're old enough to legally get a tattoo, join the military or drink alcohol. These medical experiments cause irreversible damage to their bodies and make them lifelong medical patients.


This is the standard of care in the U.S. and many other countries.



We believe that this is neither ethical nor defensible.


We are concerned about what is happening to children.


We want to hear your story

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