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White House Pride Event: LGBTQ Activist Exposes Breasts With Children Present

Updated: Jun 25

The Biden White House held an "inclusive" family-oriented Pride event at the White House on Saturday. One of the attendees was a transgender individual named Rose Montoya who at one point went completely topless to celebrate her "trans joy," a move that was arguably motivated by First Lady Jill Biden whose remarks urged participants to "find joy." It was just the latest Biden event that would illustrate just how transformative this administration has been to American culture, and not necessarily in a good or wholesome way.

Notably, the Biden administration couldn't even manage to make the American flag central in its White House display. Instead, it was the Pride Progress flag that earned the coveted position.

Montoya later "apologized," however it seems the apology was related much more closely to feelings of persecution than it was to true remorse for his lewd behavior. Ignoring the innocence of minors who might have been witness to his behavior, Montoya merely stated he had no intention to create a situation that would lead to harassment and harm to myself and others, nor for trans joy.” A White House Official denounced Montoya's behavior, call me cynical, but it was probably in response to public outrage. Nudity on the White House lawn at a family event is still not popular with most Americans.

Biden Appointee Will Investigate Book Bans That "Disproportionately" Target LGBTQI+ Community

Saturday's Pride festivities came on the heels of Biden's newest set of initiatives announced in a White House press release on June 8. At the center of the press release are plans to appoint a coordinator from the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights who will investigate "book bans" that, according to the announcement, "disproportionately" target the LGBTQI+ community.

Conspicuously missing from the press release, however, are some important details on the nature of the referenced book bans. It is true parents are questioning the wisdom of including certain sexually explicit materials in classrooms and school libraries. However, the vast majority of those requests refer to books that include inappropriate sexual content for minor children.

In some cases, teachers put these sexually explicit materials on reading lists for children in the name of inclusivity. The press release also fails to mention that several Dr. Seuss books were pulled from publication during this same administration “because they contain racist and insensitive imagery.” No one in the Biden administration said a word about the removal of those well-loved childhood books when it was announced in March, 2021.

The press release also lays out extensive plans involving millions of taxpayer dollars to support the LGBTQI+ communities in a multi-agency effort, involving the DOJ, HHS, FBI, and CISA who will partner with states' Attorneys' General and local communities to "support" LGBTQI+ individuals and protect them from threats of violence or harm.

An HHS program features a Behavioral Health Care Advisory on Transgender and Gender Diverse Youth. This program will strengthen mental health resources with the release of federal funding for LGBTQI+ youth who are homeless or in foster care.

The program stresses Gender-Affirming Care for Youth. The Behavioral Health program for Youth is part of Biden's Community Safety Partnership program that includes the implementation of Federal threat monitoring supported by the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

Shamefully, the information about Gender-Affirming Care treatments posted on the HHS website fails to mention the grave harms and irreversible damage hormone replacement can cause in children. It is in no uncertain terms, chemical castration.

Perhaps it is coincidental but the HHS program for youth closely mirrors ideology espoused in several bills being considered in California. One of those bills requires a child to be removed from foster care families who refuse to affirm the gender claimed by the child. These bills do almost anything but protect children.

Many Californians see the bill as discriminatory against Christian families whose views contradict gender-affirming care. HHS released $1.7 million in federal funding for an LGBTQI+ Family Support Grant for programs that address mental health risks for LGBTQI+ youth. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is also initiating a program to help homeless LGBTQI+ youth.

In what seems to be the oddest use of tax payer dollars, CISA is now in charge of training programs for LGBTQI+ community organizations – “including community centers, small businesses, and Pride festivals – to help them prevent and respond to threats.”

By the way, CISA should be in charge of the nation's national security infrastructure not DEI initiatives. Sounds a lot like the political weaponization of government agencies to me. CISA’s 2022-2026 DEIA Strategic Action Plan can be found here on its website.

In addition, U.S. Attorneys’ offices, FBI Field Offices, DOJ’s Community Relations Service (CRS), and the Civil Rights Division will undergo training to identify and report hate crimes and “hate-fueled violence” directed at LGBTQI+ individuals. The CRS programs and services feature a United Against Hate initiative to improve the reporting of hate crimes and “build community trust.” The program is slated to expand to all 94 U.S. Attorneys’ Offices by September 2023.

GLSEN Curricula At Center of Biden's DEI Trainings

The Biden administration works closely with GLSEN and other LGBTQ organizations to train in “best practices” for inclusive and affirming curricula in schools nationwide. This is not the first time the Biden administration has advanced efforts on behalf of the LGBTQI+ community. He signed a “historic executive order (14075) advancing LGBTQI+ equality in June 2022.”

Biden also released the “first-ever Federal Evidence Agenda on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Intersex (LGBTQI+) Equity in January 2023.” The report “provides a roadmap” for federal agencies to “create a data-driven and measurable sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) data to help assess, improve, and monitor the health and well-being of LGBTQI+ people over time.”

Work on the SOGI agenda began with recommendations from the Equitable Data Working Group in Jan. 2021. The Working Group was initiated to address the needs of underserved communities pursuant to Biden’s Executive Order 13985 on Jan. 20, 2021. Biden’s LGBTQ initiatives have arguably been transformative to American culture and the people who suffer the most are our nation's children.

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