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Billboard Companies Have Available Spaces, But No Available Spines

Updated: Dec 18, 2020

Partners for Ethical Care (PEC) just can’t get a break with the billboard we’ve been trying to put up for over a month.

PEC has money burning a hole in our pocket, thanks to an anonymous donor who wants to advertise Abigail Shrier’s book Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters. But even designs that are initially approved for display keep getting scuttled before they go to print.

PEC has tried various companies and various wordings around phrases like

  • “No Child Is Born in the Wrong Body”

  • “Why Do So Many of Our Youth Think They’re Transgender?”

  • “Puberty Is Not a Disorder” and

  • “Get Informed. Read the Book.”

What exactly is the problem with our billboard designs?

Apparently transgender activists don’t want anyone to see anything transgender activists don’t like, such as a book that uncovers their despicable predation on children.

Ostensibly, our proposed billboard threatens their needs, rights, and personhood.

Golly. Imagine feeling like your needs, rights, and personhood are being trampled upon by someone else’s demands around their needs, rights, and personhood. Imagine, for example if

  • you take your thirteen-year-old daughter for her first bra fitting and discover that the fitting consultant is actually a “transwoman” (man). Apparently, he has the right to be a bra fitter, but your daughter does not have the right to request that her bra be fitted by an actual female. [Chapter 8, p. 143]

  • your college-age daughter has a double mastectomy on her healthy breasts without your knowledge, covered by your insurance without your approval. You may be paying for that policy, but you have no right to decide not to l