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Gays Against Groomers Release Travel Advisory for Sexual Predators

'Groomers, beware...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) Gays Against Groomers, an organization that opposes the sexualization of children, released a travel warning advising “predators” and “groomers” to not move to Florida because the state won’t allow them to groom children.

“Groomers, beware,” the group tweeted.

According to Timcast, Gays Against Groomers released its travel advisory as a response to a Florida travel advisory that was issued by LGBTQ group Equality Florida earlier this month.

“Today, Gays Against Groomers took the extraordinary step of issuing a travel advisory, warning of the risks posed to the health, safety and freedom of predators and groomers looking to travel or relocate to Florida,” the organization wrote.

“The advisory comes in response to several new bills that have been passed to allow the death penalty for child abusers, the expansion of parental rights in education and the broadening awareness of how children are being targeted.”

“The state government has made it clear that sexualized events marketed for and featuring children will not be tolerated,” the organization added.

“Many reports are circulating that these moves have already had the desired effect of pushing predatory people that are indoctrinating kids to consider relocating away from Florida. This should show anyone that thinks they can get away with these grotesque behaviors in relation to children will have a rude awakening in Florida.”

Equality Florida released a travel advisory on Apr. 11, warning of risks posed to the supposed health, safety and freedom for those seeking to travel or relocate to Florida.

In the original advisory, Equality Florida cited “passage of laws that are hostile to the LGBTQ community, restrict access to reproductive health care, repeal gun safety laws, foment racial prejudice and attack public education by banning books and censoring curriculum” as an evidence of why leftists should not move to the Sunshine State.

“While losing conferences, and top students who have written off Florida threatens lasting damage to our state, it is most heartbreaking to hear from parents who are selling their homes and moving because school censorship, book bans and health care restrictions have made their home state less safe for their children,” Nadine Smith, Equality Florida Executive Director, said.

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