Maddie Piper, a professional groomer who is not binary, and a doll called Nash were seen in North Carolina preschools to learn how they can groom their animals.
This was shown to daycare owners in NC.
A teacher used a doll to teach gender identity to 4-5 year olds.
When a child brings up “non-binary,” the teachers say it’s “a huge testament to how much we’ve been talking about it in the classroom” & “it’s constantly in conversation” pic.twitter.com/ufpRTwkXO1
— Jordan Chamberlain (@jordylancaster) January 24, 2023
“But children can be boys and girls,” one child adds reality to the discussion in order to dispel the delusions of adults.
Another child says, “Or maybe not-binary,” to correct her transphobic classmate.
After their grooming sessions, the pro groomers congratulate each other on their hard work. It’s as if indoctrinating toddlers into any ideology is an accomplishment.
One of the groomers said, “It was just like, non-binary. Yeah, that’s just what we know… They’re four and five years old and they just didn’t make a big deal about being a boy/a girl.”
Another groomer says, “I believe it was a tremendous testament to how much it’s been talked about in the classroom.” It’s always in conversation.
It is possible to make small children believe anything without question. Groomers of all kinds, whether they are sexual (in the case of LGBTQ) ideologies, or religious, target children as young and as easily as possible while their neurological makeup remains soft.