Controversial “Gender-Affirming Care” Training Raises Eyebrows and Concerns
Kaiser Permanente’s recent mandatory staff training on “gender-affirming care” suggests that children as young as 3 or 4 can identify as transgender. This eye-opening revelation comes courtesy of an anonymous company insider who spoke with Libs of TikTok.
Employee Blows the Whistle on “Worrying” Training Material
The whistleblower, fearing job loss if identified, unveiled training videos showcasing minors sharing their own gender transition narratives. “I’m concerned that these materials promote the mutilation and castration of children,” the employee told Libs of TikTok.
“I’m concerned that these materials promote the mutilation and castration of children,” the employee told Libs of TikTok.
Training Goals Under Scrutiny
According to the leaked documents, the training aims to educate staff on the “importance of gender-affirming care” and the challenges faced by “transgender, gender diverse, and intersex patients.” Furthermore, employees are directed to learn the terminology essential for the “delivery of gender-affirming care.”
Minors Share Their Stories
The contentious 45-minute training video features testimonials from children like “Rose,” born a boy but identifying as a girl. “I was born a boy, but I always knew that I was a girl,” stated Rose. Rose’s father, Carl, revealed that his child wrote letters to the Tooth Fairy and Santa Claus, asking to be transformed into a girl.
The training video declares, “Transgender people’s gender identity differs from the gender they were thought to be at birth.” Devon, a biological female identifying as a male, asserted that by the tender age of 3, “I decided I was going to grow up and be a father and marry Janet Jackson.”
The training video declares, “Transgender people’s gender identity differs from the gender they were thought to be at birth.”
Ellie, another young child featured, transitioned from boy to girl. When her mother called her a “princess boy,” Ellie retorted, “No, I’m a princess girl.”
Kaiser Permanente Issues Statement
Responding to the outcry, Kaiser Permanente clarified its stance, saying, “While the video includes two children discussing their gender identity, it doesn’t speak to adolescent transgender care or treatment plans. We do not provide hormone treatments or surgeries to 3 and 4-year-olds.”