Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Santorum: Schools Telling Non-Transgender Children "Maybe You Should" Be Confused

“Do we really care about what we’re doing to millions of children who don’t have gender confusion and introducing the subject and saying, ‘well maybe you should.’”

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Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, who is running for the Republican presidential nomination, says introducing the subject of "gender confusion" to children will only make those who do not have "gender confusion" more confused.

Santorum, speaking on NewsMaxTV's Steve Malzberg Show last Thursday about federal officials who told a Illinois school district it broke the law by a banning a transgender student from the girls locker room, said "I don't why children at that age are even, ya know, why this is even an issue.

"The idea that we are introducing this type of real dangerous confusion for young people at this early age. Do we really care about what we're doing to millions of children who don't have gender confusion and introducing the subject and saying, 'well maybe you should. Maybe this is something you should start thinking about.'

"At age seven, I mean this is really dangerous and it's going to far because it's gonna have — it is having — an impact on not just folks who may be in a difficult situation at an early age but many who would never have been in that situation that now are being confronted with it," continued Santorum.

Earlier this year, the former senator said of Caitlyn Jenner's public transition that if Jenner "says he's a woman, then he's a woman." He then clarified by saying two weeks later, "I know what obviously and biologically he is. That doesn't change by himself identifying himself."


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