Scantily-clad 13-year-old in children’s hospital video says ‘you’re never too young’ to discuss gender

Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago is woke. As if in a bid for the blue ribbon of wokeness, administrators posted multiple videos of “gender conversations” featuring children 13 years old and under.

In years past, this conversation would be like  the 1990 scene from Kindergarten Cop where a little boy proudly stands up in class and announces “boys have a penis, girls have a vagina,” but fast forward to 2022 and you have a scantily clad 13-year-old speaking in a video entitled “Never Fear: Jupiter (13) & Natalia Talk Gender Conversations at Home.”

“I think one thing that probably should be explained to a lot of people is you’re like, you’re never like too young to know about this kind of stuff,” Jupiter said. “Like I feel like it’s something that people should be taught like especially at a young age because it’s easier to learn that way and that way it’s something that you’ve always known.”

Apparently, you’re never too young to be confused about your gender, but at 13 you are still so young your face has to be blurred for privacy.

The video really wasn’t much of a conversation at all. Natalia, who is supposed to be the adult in the room, just sat with her hands folded, nodding in agreement with whatever the confused teenager said.

“Maybe it’s like a good thing for people who don’t know that they are trans to be around trans people so they can get that advice, they can help understand themselves better. And I feel like it’s a good thing for just people… just to know about this stuff because it spreads awareness,” Jupiter added.

Watch the video below:

While the child and the adults in Jupiter’s life clearly need lots and lots of prayers, social media offered their takes on the “gender conversations” released by the organization that is supposed to heal sick children, not promote mental illness.

A second video, and perhaps the more disturbing of the pair, is of a young girl”Tru” who decided to be “non-binary” before many kids learn to tie their shoes and requests “They/Them” pronouns.

Her child’s voice told one of her two adopted moms in the video that “like my birth parents said that I was a girl, but they made a mistake.”

[Note that we’re not playing the pronoun game and will refer to her, as her.]

She also “set” her adopted mothers “straight” on her gender feelings when she was “at least like five or six.”

The sad reality of this video was not missed by Twitter users who noted that she “seems very coached into saying this.”

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