This ‘kid’s guide to gender identity’ should not be promoted in public libraries

This ‘kid’s guide to gender identity’ should not be promoted in public libraries

I was shocked to learn that a book called Who are you? The kid’s guide to gender identity can be found in some 30 public libraries across Australia.

This book suggests doctors and parents can only guess what gender a child is.

This child’s picture book completely undermines basic concepts of biology as well as the relationship of a child with their parents and medical professionals.

Just look at some of these quotes:

"When babies are born, people ask “Is it a boy or a girl?”

Babies can’t talk, so grown-ups make a guess by looking at their bodies.

This is the sex assigned to you at birth, male or female.

Sometimes people get this confused with gender.  But gender is much more than the body you were born with…

Some people say there are only two genders.  But there are really many genders…

These are just a few words people use: trans, genderqueer, non-binary, gender fluid, transgender, gender neutral, agender, neutrois, bigender, third gender, two-spirit…"

This isn’t gender-whispering, its gender-shouting.

Books like this should not be promoted to young kids in our public libraries.

If you’re concerned about radical gender ideologies like this, then I’d invite you to sign our petition calling for greater restrictions to be placed on dangerous books like The kid’s guide to gender identity.

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I have recently learned about a book called ‘Who are you? The kid’s guide to gender’.

This picture book is targeted at children as young as 3 and teaches them radical concepts like ‘gender theory’.

The book has been found in some 30 public libraries across Australia.

Books like this should not be promoted to young children.

Kids should be left to be kids.

We don’t need dangerous books like this undermining kids’ mental health and their identity.

By signing this petition, I am joining with thousands of Australians who want to see tighter controls on access to books like ‘The Kid’s Guide to Gender’ in our public libraries.