God Bless the Transgender Center Whistleblower
And other dispatches from the front line of the Sexual Revolution
Ruth Institute President Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D., applauded a transgender center case manager for exposing what’s being done to adolescents in the name of “gender reassignment.”
Jamie Reed, formerly of the Washington University Transgender Center at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, called “transitioning” children “morally and medically appalling.”
“We need more trans industry whistleblowers describing how children are being abused and manipulated,” Morse said.
Reed, who calls herself a “queer progressive” married to a “trans man,” and who worked at the Center for four years, testified about the trans industry exploiting children.
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Little was needed for a child to start a process which could permanently cripple their bodies and minds. Sometimes it only took a letter from a therapist who saw the prospective patient once or twice.
“To make it more efficient for the therapists, we offered them a template for how to write a letter in support of transitioning,” Reed said.
“Being put on powerful doses of testosterone or estrogen — enough to try to trick the body into mimicking the opposite sex — affects the rest of the body. I doubt that any parent who’s ever consented to give their kid testosterone (a lifelong treatment) knows that they’re also possibly signing their kid up for blood pressure medication, cholesterol medication and perhaps sleep apnea and diabetes,” Reed said.
She added: “Our patients were told about some of the side effects, including sterility. But after working at the Center, I came to believe that teenagers are simply not capable of fully grasping what it means to make the decision to become infertile while still a minor.”
Morse remarked: “Ms. Reed’s comments show how deeply the medical profession has been corrupted by the transgender ideology. Doctors and the whole medical support team are expected to go along with the fiction that medicine can change the sex of the body. Ms. Reed lost her job over her dissent. The Ruth Institute is grateful for her bravery.”
See more resources from the Ruth Institute:
YouTube playlist: Forbidden Research on the Trans Agenda
YouTube playlist: Reclaiming the Therapeutic Professions
Mothers Stand Up to School Boards
The latest “Dr. J Show” guest is Tiffany Justice, wife, mother of four, former school board member, and co-founder of Moms for Liberty.
She and her co-founder had the same experience that, “There were a number of people who had an undue influence in the decision-making process when it came to our children. And that there were a number of situations happening behind the education curtain that parents and concerned Americans should be aware of.”
Moms for Liberty was formed because other parents were taking notice and growing concerned about what was being taught to their children. “They had questions, and when they asked those questions, the school boards were retaliating against them, shutting them down.”
Moms for Liberty unites these parents to “amplify and unify all of these people together in order to be effective in making the change we know we need to see.”
She was the lone school board member standing up for parents and parental rights, especially when the superintendent wanted to form a medical advisory board.
“Superintendents do not have the right to bring in doctors to make medical decisions for other people’s children. … That was the moment when I said, ‘Wow. We are going in a very bad direction here.’”
This led to the forming of Moms for Liberty, also to the selling of hundreds of t-shirts that read: “We do not co-parent with the government.”
Learn more about who Moms for Liberty are, what they do, and how you can get involved by watching the interview.
African Anglican Churches Rebuke Church of England’s Heresy on Same-Sex Unions
Ruth Institute President Dr. Jennifer Morse, Ph.D. congratulated the Anglican Churches of Africa for opposing the Church of England on its same-sex heresy.
“At its recent synod, the Church of England wanted to have it both ways,” Morse said. “It decided to allow its priests to bless same-sex couples while claiming to maintain its historic ban on gay marriage. What a sad subterfuge. This is merely a matter of semantics which will fool no one.”
The Global South Fellowship of Anglican Churches — which represents churches in 24 countries and provinces, including Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda — issued a stinging rebuke to the Church of England and questioned the fitness of Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, to continue heading the Church internationally.
Stephen Kaziimba, Archbishop of Uganda, declared: “God cannot bless what he calls sin. The Church of England has departed from the Anglican faith and are now false teachers.”
Morse agreed: “Once upon a time, missionaries from the West came to Africa to convert the local population to Christianity. Now, it’s African churches working to bring Christianity back to the West.”
The Global South Fellowship called the Church of England’s blessing ceremony for gay couples “a rejection of the doctrine that marriage is the lifelong union of a man and a woman.”
In 2019, Morse spoke at the National Youth Conference of the Ugandan Catholic Church warning delegates to resist the new sexual ideology.
“The old economic colonialism attempted to dominate the physical resources of the African continent,” Morse said. “The new ideological imperialism attempts to dominate the soul of Africa.”
“The courageous stand of the Global South Fellowship shows that African churches are in no danger of falling for the siren song of the Sexual Revolution,” Morse stated. “Quite the opposite, they are working to reconvert Western churches.”
“Thank God for their fortitude and vision.”
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The Ruth Institute is a global non-profit organization, leading an international interfaith coalition to defend the family and build a civilization of love. The Ruth Institute’s Founder and President, Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, is the author of The Sexual State: How Elite Ideologies Are Destroying Lives and Love and Economics: It Takes a Family to Raise a Village. Subscribe to our newsletter and YouTube channel to get all our latest news.