Former Pro-Trans Activist Regrets Pushing 'Sinister' Agenda to Indoctrinate Children


A former pro-transgender activist opened up about her regret over taking part in an agenda to indoctrinate children.

In an interview on “Jesse Watters Primetime” Monday, Kay Yang, who was a programmer for an LGBT non-profit in the early 2010s, said her position was an outreach and education coordinator. However, she eventually realized that she was used as the organization’s marketing ploy.

“At the time, I was so excited to be a young person to find a job that I thought was helping to bring valuable resources to community members,” she told host Jesse Watters.

Yang said she was unaware that her “role was less about helping to protect vulnerable people from discrimination and more about being a young, bubbly, face to put on the front of a massive marketing campaign that was attempting to gain roots in my own community.”

She revealed she was sent to “local area schools” to work with organizations and local businesses to lead cultural sensitivity trainings. 

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“We would teach people these new vocabulary words and gender identity ideology. And I had no idea at the time that this new terminology was the language of female erasure that would be used to take away my own sex-based rights,” she added.

After working at the LGBT center, Yang said she “came to understand” the agenda was meant to pave “the way for the creation and acceptance of the trans child.” 

“I was totally oblivious to the fact that I was being used as a Trojan horse because, behind this message of inclusivity and kindness for everyone, there’s a really sinister agenda to normalize these policies and practices that cause irreversible medical damage to healthy children and undermine the sex-based rights of women and girls,” she continued.

Yang explained her “responsibility at the LGBT Center” was partly “helping to collate and complete program-wide reports that were required by our funders at the New York State Department of Health.”

“The more teams that we would have to report an LGBT identity, that meant we would receive more funding that could be used for what I believe are public indoctrination initiatives led under the guise of LGBT health and human services,” she shared.

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