(ReclaimingAmerica.net) – Just when Americans thought the transgender war on their children couldn’t get any nastier, deranged Marxist operatives have taken it to the next level by propagating sickening new names for child genitalia.
The puzzling new terms for children’s reproductive and sex organs are contained in the leaked slides from a gender presentation at the latest National Conference and Exhibition of the American Academy of Pediatrics, a leading promoter of transgenderism among children.
The American Academy of Pediatrics held its annual conference in Washington, D.C., between October 20 and 24, as indicated on the organization’s official website, quoted by The Daily Caller.
Screenshots from the gender presentation that proposes new names for male and female genitalia, especially with respect to minors, were shared on social media by Manhattan Institute fellow Leor Sapir.
For female minors identifying as transgender, the slides recommend labels such as “innie, front hole, dick or dicklet (clitoris), T-penis, and chest/chesticles.”
For male minors identifying as transgender, suggested terms include “outie, junk, strapless, and bits.”
Dr. Ilana Sherer from Dublin, California, who presented these slides, suggests that these terms be used for young individuals grappling with gender dysmorphia.
One slide titled “How to ask teens about sex” advises pediatricians to pose “open-ended” questions like, “How would you describe your sexuality?”
Furthermore, the slides differentiate between heterosexual, homosexual, and bisexual, asserting that transgender individuals can be heterosexual if attracted to the “opposite” sex.
“We’re 67,000 pediatricians committed to the optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults,” reads the AAP’s website.
Additionally, it outlines its mission as follows,
“The mission of the American Academy of Pediatrics is to attain optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents and young adults.”
A report by The Daily Mail points out that some doctors have warned against politicizing medical language, which could spark confusion in public health messaging.
“Health providers don’t need to be “cool.” We can just politely and respectfully use clinical, anatomical language,” commented Dr. Leonora Regenstreif, a family physician in Canada.