In school classrooms, on social media, in the entertainment world and even at the counseling office, kids are encouraged to question their own biology. Children struggling with gender confusion need our help – not the harms from those who would “transition” them to live as the opposite sex.
As part of their Help Not Harm campaign to protect gender-confused children from dangerous, experimental hormones and surgeries, Family Policy Alliance is hosting a Help Not Harm Summit on Friday, October 15.
The summit features a variety of speakers, including this writer, and will provide answers to questions about gender dysphoria and gender ideology, as well as practical information to help you make a difference in your family, school and state.
All sessions are free, and the online summit includes a variety of workshops, such as:
- Ending Experimentation on Children: A Public Policy Perspective
- Protecting Children and Talking with Them About Sex and Gender
- Our Cultural Shift: Why This Issue is Not Merely About Morality – But Something Bigger
- What They’re Not Telling You About the Transgender Movement
- Gender Dysphoria: What Parents Can Do?
Registration gives you access to all the sessions – even after the conference ends. The Help Not Harm Summit will help parents and grandparents understand the issues and learn how to protect their children and grandkids; help politically-minded people who want to make a difference; and inform anyone who wants to understand more about transgenderism and gender dogma.
Supporting individuals and organizations include:
- Members of Congress
- Focus on the Family
- Family Research Council
- Concerned Women for America
- American Principles Project
- Colson Center for Christian Worldview
- Ethics and Public Policy Center
- American College of Pediatricians
- Partners for Ethical Care
- Christian Medical & Dental Associations
- Key state leaders from around the country
The past decade saw a huge uptick in the number of children and teens being given life-threatening and body-damaging puberty blockers, opposite-sex hormones and surgeries. Children as young as pre-school are being introduced to this issue through entertainment and education.
Christians must push back against a false gender ideology – even while loving those who struggle with sexual identity confusion. Kids are not experiments. When a child is struggling, he or she needs compassionate care – not experimental hormones and surgery.
Find out more about the Help Not Harm Summit
Learn about the Help Not Harm campaign
Check out the summit sessions and register for the event
Photo from Help Not Harm.