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‘American Girl’ Doll Brand Pushes Gender Transitions on Young Girls

'Parts of your body may make you feel uncomfortable and you may want to change the way you look. That's totally OK...'

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) The prestigious American Girl Doll Company is now under fire for its promotion of gender transitions, Fox News reported.

Specifically, the company recently released a book, called A Smart Girl’s Guide: Body Image, that promotes gender reassignment surgery without parental consent. The book was written for a prepubescent audience, ages 3-12.

In it, children are instructed to consult a doctor if they believe they are experiencing so-called gender dysphoria, or discomfort with their birth-assigned gender.

“At first, you and the doctor might talk about wearing the clothes and using the pronouns (like he, she, or they) that make you feel most like the true you,” the book says. “If you haven’t gone through puberty yet, the doctor might offer medicine to delay your body’s changes, giving you more time to think about your gender identity.”

The authors also thought it pertinent to promote the desire among young children to use the latest technologies to alter their bodies.

“Parts of your body may make you feel uncomfortable and you may want to change the way you look. That’s totally OK,” one excerpt of the book reads. “You can appreciate your body for everything it allows you to experience and still want to change certain things about it.”

But according to Cat Cattinson, a detransitioner whose life was wrecked by the transgender industrial complex after receiving “gender-affirming” treatment, the book’s nefarious message “that a girl can be born into the wrong body and need drugs or surgery to be herself contradicts the message of the body acceptance movement.”

Unfortunately the American Girl Doll Company is not the only children’s toy company that has doubled-down on transgender ideology.

Earlier this year Mattel joined in the grooming game, creating their first transgender Barbie, styled after transgender actor Laverne Cox, who bragged about influencing young children to mutilate themselves.

“It’s been a dream for years to work with Barbie to create my own doll,” Cox said in a statement shared with TODAY Parents.

“I can’t wait for fans to find my doll on shelves and have the opportunity to add a Barbie doll modeled after a transgender person to their collection.”

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