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Partners for Ethical Care Protest Guidelines


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 request that no children under 18 attend a protest with PEC.


Why are we protesting?

Protest Goals:

  • Peacefully and respectfully educating the public about the abuses of the gender clinics

  • Getting press coverage so people learn about what is happening to vulnerable children


How do we protest?

This is intended to be a peaceful and respectful protest.

  • This is about awareness: we will give out informational handouts and politely and peacefully engage with the public about the mission of PEC and what is happening to children.

  • It is important that we don’t block access to sidewalks or buildings-make sure your location has plenty of room for you to safely protest.

  • If someone is hostile or rude try to have friendly body language and do not respond with anything other than validating language such as “I understand your frustration,” “I hear what you are saying.” 

  • Since many of these clinics are in children’s hospitals, be sensitive to the children who might we watching and hearing what you are saying.

  • Please follow Covid precautions for your area.

  • The marshal of your protest will be designated or designate one person to speak with the press. We ask that if any press approach you that you encourage them to speak with the designated press person.

  • Please only use attached slogans on any signs. PEC has decided that it will not use images showing surgeries at protests.


In Case of Difficulty

  • There is a possibility that there will be conflict. If a situation escalates, call the police for back-up. If protesters or others are at risk, disband the protest and go to a pre-determined safe location.


Pictures and Video

  • Please take lots of pictures and video of your efforts and send them to PEC so we can publicize your protest.

  • If someone is being interviewed by the media, please designate one person at the protest to record the interview.

  • If someone becomes aggressive or hostile, as subtly as possible, record the exchange.


What should I do to prepare?

Before the protest:

  • Either drive by or look at a map of the location to familiarize yourself with the area.

  • Identify somewhere to park and public bathrooms.


Any last minute things?

Night before:

  • Make sure charge your cell phone so you can take pictures and video of the protest.

  • Write down information about those you will be sending pictures and video to.

  • Write down an emergency contact just in case you need assistance.


What should I wear?

What to wear:

  • Comfortable clothes and shoes!

  • Make sure you are not wearing anything such as a t-shirt or hat that shows support for another cause.

  • No hats, t-shirts, or other obvious signs of support for another cause will be allowed at the protest.

  • If you need to be in disguise, make sure to wear clothes that are not identifiable, consider getting an outfit at a thrift store that no one will recognize. Wear a mask and consider a wig or a hat and sunglasses.


Is there anything I need to bring?

What to bring:

Consider bringing a fanny pack or back pack with any medication you might need if you get delayed in returning home, a snack, some water, some cash, a small pack of wipes, and an extra shirt.



Poster Slogans (If you would like to use a slogan that is not on this list, feel free to contact PEC)

  • Stop transing kids

  • No child is born in the wrong body

  • Shut down gender clinics

  • Self love not surgery

  • Gender clinics are sterilizing our youth

  • Stop trans eugenics

  • Do you know what your kids are watching on YouTube?

  • Protect kids from big pharma

  • Stop transing gay kids

  • Why are so many girls having double mastectomies?

  • Gender clinics harm children

  • Listen to detransitioners

  • Who is Keira Bell?

  • Stop medical abuse of vulnerable children

  • Children need love not drugs

  • Whole healthy bodies

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