Family Policy Alliance & Unique Coalition Launch First-Ever Parent Guide on Transgender Issues
Colorado Springs – Family Policy Alliance, along with a unique and unlikely coalition that includes a self-described radical feminist group Women’s Liberation Front (WoLF), D.C.-based The Heritage Foundation, allied state organization Minnesota Family Council, and two parent groups who have children or loved ones struggling with gender confusion, have released the first-ever Gender Resource Guide for parents on how to navigate the transgender issue with their children.
The Guide is endorsed by medical professionals—including those who are experts in gender dysphoria, individuals who have lived as the opposite sex and “de-transitioned,” faith leaders, national policy experts, and more.
Statement from Autumn Leva, Vice President of Strategy for Family Policy Alliance:
“When groups as diverse as those supporting this Parent Guide come together, it’s clear that radical transgender ideology is deeply harming parents, children, and their schools. This Guide sheds light on a political agenda that is devastating lives and provides a platform from which we can work together on solutions.”
With powerful lobbying groups, teachers’ unions, school boards and school administrators pushing policies that mandate the inclusion of transgender ideology in curriculum, athletics, grammar, and even basic bathroom and locker room privacy, parents need somewhere to turn.
The Gender Resource Guide will help parents understand the transgender trend and its consequences, understand the implications of transgender activism in schools, communicate with school leaders, advocate for common sense policies and act with compassion toward everyone involved in the conversation.
The Gender Resource Guide is available for download at GenderResourceGuide.Com.
Please contact Robert Noland at firstname.lastname@example.org or 719-308-2822 for media inquiries regarding the Gender Resource Guide, if you would like help obtaining a copy of the Guide, or to schedule an interview with Autumn Leva.