Thu, Apr 20|
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It's Bigger Than Texas: Exposing the Gender Industry in America
Come to Austin, Texas, y'all! You'll learn how the Gender Industry Manufactures Trans Kids and what you can do to ensure ethical care for children in America. Join us to put differences aside and work together on this important issue. We invite you to come with curiosity and leave with courage!
Time & Location
Apr 20, 6:00 PM – 10:30 PM CDT
Location announced closer to the event date
About the event
Are you curious about what’s happening with children and “gender identity”? Are you interested in connecting with others concerned about this issue? Are you ready to take action in your community or in your state to support ethical care for children? Please join us for an evening panel discussion that will help to answer the question: "How did we get here, and what can we do now?"
Partners for Ethical Care is bringing together experts from across the world for one night only to share their experiences in the areas of psychology, psychiatry, medicine, pediatrics, ethics, politics, and the law. From the pedestrian to the political, panelists will explain how "gender identity" as a concept was created, how it is being used today, and ways that you can take action to help children grow up healthy.
Families and professionals have questions about how to approach this topic within their families, schools, and workplaces. Our experts will give you the practical and in-depth information you need to make informed and compassionate decisions that support the long-term health and wellbeing of children.
We look forward to welcoming attendees from across the political spectrum who are willing to put any differences aside to engage in dialogue together with others who care about this issue. We are headed to Austin because we support efforts by the Texas state government leadership to protect children, but this issue is #biggerthantexas.
You will want to be there for this unique opportunity to hear from each of these experts and network with other attendees who are focused on ensuring ethical care for children.
Alix Aharon is a co-founder and board member of Partners for Ethical Care. She also campaigns to end prostitution, femicide, surrogacy, pornography, and sexual violence against women and is passionate about abolishing the global gender industry and surrogacy trade. A mother and women's rights activist also known as the Gender Mapper, Aharon has cataloged hundreds of gender clinics in the United States and around the world and leads a team procuring evidence that clinics are performing unethical medical experimentation on children. She lives and works in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Miriam Grossman, MD is a practicing physician, author, and public speaker. Before gender ideology was on anyone’s radar, she warned parents about its falsehoods and dangers in the final chapter of her 2009 book about sexuality education, You’re Teaching My Child WHAT? Dr. Grossman’s practice currently focuses on gender-confused young people and their parents. Her forthcoming book Lost in TransNation: A Child Psychiatrist’s Guide Out of the Madness arms parents with the ammunition to avoid, or, if necessary, fight what many families describe as the most difficult challenge of their lives. Parents will learn what to say and how—at home, at school, and if necessary, to police when they appear at the door. She believes that every child is born in the right body.
Dr. Grossman has been vocal about the capture of her profession by ideologues, leading to dangerous and experimental treatments on children and betrayal of parents. The author of four books, Dr. Grossman has been on over 300 radio, news, and television shows, and her work exposing the origin and hazards of the Sexuality and Gender Industry has been translated into eleven languages. She has lectured at the British House of Lords and the United Nations and has provided expert records and court testimony. Dr. Grossman is featured in The Daily Wire’s What Is A Woman?
Dr. Grossman graduated with honors from Bryn Mawr College and from New York University Medical School. She completed an internship in pediatrics at Beth Israel Hospital in New York City, and a residency in psychiatry at North Shore University Hospital–Cornell University Medical College, followed by a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry. Dr Grossman is board certified in psychiatry and in the sub-specialty of child and adolescent psychiatry.
Candice Jackson is an attorney in solo practice mainly in California, Oregon, and Washington. Her practice is dedicated to defense of sex-based rights and civil liberties including legal actions for detransitioners, preservation of women’s single-sex spaces and sports, and First Amendment rights to challenge the trend of replacing objective sex categories with subjective “gender identity” notions. From 2017 to 2020 Candice served as head of the Office for Civil Rights, and as Deputy General Counsel, in the US Department of Education, where she spearheaded the first-ever regulations under Title IX governing how schools and colleges handle sexual harassment and assault. Candice spent 21 years with her late wife Patty, raising their twins Madelyn and Zachary, and lives in Washington State.
Jennifer Lahl is founder and president of The Center for Bioethics and Culture and an award-winning documentary filmmaker. She spent 25 years in pediatric nursing and senior level hospital management before founding the CBC. In 2021 she released her film, Trans Mission: What's the Rush to Reassign Gender? which is a deep-dive into the medical ethics debate of allowing children to medically transition. In 2022 she released her tenth film, The Detransition Diaries: Saving Our Sisters, a film which explores the decisions of three young women to transition and the reasons for their decision to detransition. Her forthcoming book, The Detransition Diaries: Saving Our Sisters, expands on the stories of women detransitioners, including a history of the "gender affirmation" movement, a historical look at times when medicine abandoned their Do No Harm mandate, and a glimpse into a way back to protecting young people from gender ideology. Through her writing, speaking, and filmmaking she has a deep passion to speak for the marginalized who often have no voice.
Brandon Showalter is a journalist with The Christian Post who has reported extensively on the global developments of the "gender identity" movement and transgender ideology. He is the co-producer of CP's documentary-style investigative podcast series Generation Indoctrination: Inside the Transgender Battle and has been featured in several documentary films including BrokenHearted Productions' Dead Name and the Tucker Carlson Originals documentary Transgressive: The Cult of Confusion on FOX Nation. He earned a BA in International Studies and Spanish from Bridgewater College of Virginia in 2007, a Masters degree in Human Rights from The Catholic University of America in 2022, and is a fellow of the John Jay Institute for Faith, Society, & Law.
Amy Sousa is a women's rights activist, educator, & facilitator whose work focuses on embodiment, boundaries, intuition, instincts, & sense perceptions as internal authority building practices. Sousa holds a BFA in theater from NYU, Tisch School of the Arts, and an MA in depth psychology from the Pacifica Graduate Institute. She spent 15 years in the NYC public schools working with students on self esteem building, conflict resolution, anger management, and peer mediation. Sousa’s work and research background has given her a unique lens to form a critical analysis of the concept of “gender identity,” the problem with the curriculum now being taught in schools, and the harms that this indoctrination does to the psychological health of children through dissociating them from their own sense perceptions. She uncovers the very real safeguarding issues engendered from teaching the values of “identity concepts” to women and children. For more about Amy follow her on twitter or instagram @KnownHeretic, on youtube www.youtube/c/KnownHeretic, and on her website littleredreverberations.com. For more information email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
K. Yang is the creator of StopFemaleErasure.com and the writer, film maker, artist, and activist behind “The Deprogrammer". Yang exposes the intersections of corporate-government-non-profit collusion driving the “transgender rights movement”; a smoke screen for a massive social engineering and propaganda war being used to facilitate female erasure in language and in law on a world-wide scale. Her work connects the dots between normalized practices of child sexualization, and proliferation of bio pharmaceutical transhumanist technologies and frames these agendas as foundational to the colonization of the female body and female reproductive control. K. Yang’s perspective is uniquely informed by her past experiences indoctrinating youth with “gender identity” ideology in New York public schools while working at an LGBT non-profit funded by the New York State Department of Health.
…and others may be added.
Isabella Malbin is the host of the Whose Body Is It Podcast, a life-coach, hypnotist and former "liberal" feminist turned radical truth teller. Her mission is to help women untangle patriarchal lies, end cycles of self-sabotage, say what they mean and reclaim their reproductive sovereignty.
We invite you to come with curiosity and leave with courage!
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Film Screenings on 04/21
April 21, 2023 | 7:15 pm – FREE Screening! The Detransition Diaries and Affirmation Generation Documentary Screenings and Q&A Shuttle service for attendees will be available, details to follow. The venue location will be emailed on April 21 at noon, only to those who RSVP. Dinner and drinks can be ordered from the venue.