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Iowa Kids at Risk: Arcus Medical Foundation and Iowa Safe Schools


ACTION: Report the Homophobic Conflation of LGB with the Medical Lifestyle of Transgenderism Being Taught to Children.


(I am the individual who attempted to bring attention to the corporate eugenic medical abuse of gay and lesbian children that is being promoted by Iowa Safe Schools. I wrote about my experience here and here. ~ Madam Nomad)

Nate Monson, Executive Director of Iowa Safe Schools has threatened to call the authorities on a citizen who expressed concern about the harms of “gender identity” as it is taught in the Safe Schools curriculum. Monson needs to understand:
* that conflating “gender identity” with LGB is a political, profiteering coup orchestrated by the pharmaceutical industry as it interfaces with tech.
* that Iowa Safe Schools teaching that homosexuality is an attraction between people of the same gender (read: not sex) is homophobic and damaging to lesbian and gay students.
*  that teaching “gender identity” ideology promotes the normalization of a medical, drug-dependent lifestyle that interrupts a child’s natural maturation through puberty and locks them into a lifetime of medical dependency, sterilization and shortened lifespans.

Follow the money: Safe Schools received $300,000 in 2011 alone from Arcus Foundation whose LBGT funding is funneled through the founder’s medical corporation worth billions of dollars and other “philanthropists” with direct ties to big pharma, including Ford and Open Society Foundations. The medical scandal of youth gender dysphoria is just starting to come to the fore in mainstream media in the UK, and Italy. It is time for America to step up and end the harm to children caused by the homophobic conflation of LGB with the medical, drug-dependent lifestyle of transgenderism.


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You can also email and/or phone.


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You can also email: (In order: exec dir; supernitendent; ass’t superintendent; 2nd ass’t superintendent, dir of curriculum; dir of Iowa dept of ed; dir of diversity; board as a group),,,,,,,

Short email script:
I do not support the homophobic medical, drug-dependent lifestyle being taught in your schools under a progressive banner of “inclusiveness”.

Longer email script: copy “The Issue” section above.

You can also phone:
Stephen F. Murley
Superintendent Iowa City Community School District
Phone: (319) 688-1000

Ryan Wise, Director of Iowa Dept of Ed 515-281-3436

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Pushing Steroids on Schoolkids, Part 1


The problem with having a blog is that I am sometimes so overwhelmed by the content that I am trying to present that I publish before I edit. This is a two part post. I made two separate posts due to the amount of text. In this post I reprint material that I found on the Iowa City Schools website regarding the new gender religion and the language that teachers are now required to use.

In the second post (HERE) I reprint the reply I received from the director of Iowa Safe Schools when I forwarded the links to these two post to “them”.  I also show in the second post the direct links between Iowa City Schools and the Pediatric Gender Enforcement Clinic here in town.

In this update I want to add my observation that instead of teaching children about male violence and male privilege, which are the driving forces behind the lack of EQUITY between the sexes, children are being taught about kink and told that it’s possible for a person to be born into the wrong body. There should also be information about how to keep boys away from the porn that is propaganda for violating females. Porn actually harms the brains of young boys who now have unlimited access to horrifying images of the violent sexual abuse of females.

But no, no profit in that, I spoze. This is what brings the dough in:

52676600_606372733167830_2444819067056422912_o (1)This morning I walked into the Iowa City Public Library behind a group of tweens dressed in rainbows and carrying the self self-sterilization flag of the genital mutilation cult known as Transgenderism. They were accompanied by chaperones from the United Action For Youth here in Iowa City.  As soon as I realized that this was a group of fresh sacrificial victims who were being offered up to medical corporations for poisoning , sterilization and genital mutilation, I should have turned around and walked out.

What would you do if you had to watch Jews being herded into gas ovens? I couldn’t stop myself from muttering about being sterilized with corporate hormones, but of course they have all been brainwashed into believing that people like me, who can clearly see the agenda behind selling sterilizing sex hormones to kids, are the REAL enemy, and that somehow I hate them for who they want to cuddle with and what costumes they wear.


Anyway, I decided I would look up all of the individuals who are behind this mass sterilization effort in Iowa City Schools and here is what I found:

From the Iowa City School District webpage

Many people refrain from talking about sexual orientation and gender identity because it feels taboo,
or because they’re afraid of saying the wrong thing – after all, language around gender, sexual
orientation, and gender identity and expression can shift rapidly. This glossary was written to give
adults the words and meanings to help make conversations easier and more comfortable.
Note: THESE DEFINITIONS ARE FOR ADULTS. (For students, see the Welcoming Schools
handout: Defining LGBTQ Terms for Elementary School Students.)
Ally A term that describes a person who speaks out or takes actions on behalf of someone else or
for a group that they are not a part of.
Androgynous Identifying and/or presenting as neither distinguishably masculine nor feminine.
Asexual A term that describes a person who lacks sexual attraction or desire for other people.
Bi Bisexual.
Bisexual A term that describes a person who is emotionally, romantically or sexually attracted to
people of more than one sex, gender or gender identity though not necessarily simultaneously, in the
same way or to the same degree.
Butch Commonly used to refer to masculinity displayed by a female but can also refer to masculinity
by a male.
Cisgender A term that describes a person whose gender identity aligns with the sex assigned to
them at birth.
Coming Out The process in which a person first acknowledges, accepts and appreciates their
sexual orientation or gender identity and begins to share that with others.
Cultural Competence The ability to know one’s culture and to interact effectively with people of
different cultures. In a school this includes behaviors, attitudes, policies, and structures that enable
educators to work effectively cross-culturally.
Drag Queen/Drag King A man who dresses as a woman, typically as a performance. A woman
who dresses as a man, typically as a performance. This is different from transgender (see definition
FTM A term referring to a person, assigned female at birth who identifies and lives as a male. See
transgender boy or man.
Gay A term that describes a person who is emotionally, romantically or sexually attracted to others
of the same gender.
Gender A person’s internal sense of self as male, female, both or neither (gender identity), as well
as one’s outward presentation and behaviors (gender expression). Gender norms vary among
cultures and over time.
Gender Binary The idea that there are two distinct and opposite genders — male and female.
This model is limiting and doesn’t account for the full spectrum of gender identities and gender
Gender Expansive An adjective used to describe people that identify or express themselves in
ways that broaden the culturally defined behavior or expression associated with one gender.
Gender Expression How a person expresses their gender through outward presentation and
behavior. This includes, for example, a person’s name, clothing, hairstyle, body language and
Gender Identity An internal, deeply felt sense of being male, female, a blend of both or neither—
how individuals perceive themselves and what they call themselves. One’s gender identity can be the
same or different from their sex assigned at birth.
Gender Role A set of social and cultural beliefs or expectations about appropriate behavior for
men/boys or women/girls. Gender roles can vary from culture to culture. Strict gender roles can limit
a person’s development.
Gender Role Stereotyping Stereotypes based on social and cultural beliefs or expectations about
appropriate behavior for men/boys or women/girls. This can limit children’s aspirations, achievements
and well-being.
Gender Spectrum The broad range along which people identify and express themselves as
gendered beings or not.
Genderqueer People that typically reject the binary categories of gender, embracing a fluidity of
gender identity. People who identify as “genderqueer” may see themselves as being both male and
female, neither male nor female or as falling completely outside these categories.
Gender Transition The process by which some people strive to more closely align their outward
identity with the gender they know themselves to be. To affirm their gender identity, people may go
through different types of transitions.
Social transition This can include a name change, change in pronouns, and change in
appearance, clothes or hairstyle.
Legal transition The process of updating identity documents, such as birth certificates
and drivers’ licenses, to reflect a person’s authentic gender and name. Different states and
localities have different rules, often making this process very challenging.
Medical transition For children, this may include the use of hormone blockers to delay the
onset of puberty. It may also include cross-sex hormones to induce a puberty that is more
consistent with the child’s gender identity, or for adults, to promote physical changes. It
can also include gender affirmation surgery after age 18.
Heteronormative The assumption of heterosexuality as the given or default sexual orientation
instead of one of many possibilities, and that the preferred or default relationship is between two
people of “opposite” genders.
Heterosexism The attitude that heterosexuality is the only valid or “normal” sexual orientation. This
can take the form of overt negative comments or actions towards LGBTQ people or subtle actions or
assumptions that marginalize LGBTQ people.

Heterosexual A term describing a person who is emotionally, romantically or sexually attracted to
people of a different gender. Also known as straight.
Homophobia The fear and hatred of or discomfort with people who are attracted to members of the
same sex or gender.
Homosexual A term describing a person who is attracted to members of the same sex or gender. It
is usually used in medical or scientific references.
Intersex The term used for 2% of babies who are born with naturally occurring variations in
chromosomes, hormones, genitalia and other sex characteristics.
Lesbian A term describing a woman who is emotionally, romantically or sexually attracted to
someone of the same gender identity.
LGBTQ An acronym for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and/or questioning. Additions to
this acronym can include A, for “asexual” or “ally,” and I, for “intersex.”
MTF A term referring to a person, assigned male at birth who identifies and lives as female. See
transgender girl or woman.
Non-binary An umbrella term for people who transcend commonly held concepts of gender through
their own expression and identities. Other terms for this might include gender expansive, gender
creative, or genderqueer. Some non-binary people also identify as Transgender.
Outing Exposing someone’s sexual orientation or gender identity to others without their permission.
Pansexual A person who can be attracted to any sex, gender or gender identity.
Queer A term some people use to identify themselves with a flexible and inclusive view of gender
and/or sexuality. Also used interchangeably with LGBTQ to describe a group of people such as
“queer youth.” It is also seen in academic fields, such as queer studies or queer theory. Historically it
has been used as a negative term for LGBTQ people. Some people still find the term offensive while
some embrace the term as an identity.
Sex One’s biological and physical attributes — external genitalia, sex chromosomes and internal
reproductive structures — that are used to assign someone as male or female at birth.
Sex Assigned at Birth This is generally determined by external genitalia at birth – female, male
or intersex.
Sexual Orientation Describes a person’s emotional, romantic or sexual attraction to other people.
Some examples of sexual orientations are gay, lesbian, bisexual, asexual or pansexual.
Sexuality Describes how one experiences and expresses one’s self as a sexual being. It begins to
develop in early childhood and continues over the course of one’s lifetime.
Straight A slang term for heterosexual.
Transgender or Trans An umbrella term that describes people whose gender identity and/or
gender expression differs from the sex they were assigned at birth.
Transphobia The fear or hatred of, or discomfort with, transgender people.

I will continue this expose in the next post, providing names and email addresses of the adults who are enabling this atrocity



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