On this week of Thanksgiving, the authors of PITT would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to our allies in the battle for our children’s mental and physical welfare.
To all of our authors: Since we started PITT, we have had 50(!) unique parent authors from seven different countries. It started out with just two of us, the founders of PITT, putting our stories out into the ether, despite having no experience as writers. We hoped that other parents would find us and find courage and strength in numbers—and they have. We are now joined by many parents who have found their voices by writing in defense of their beloved children, and against the toxic, harmful ideology of transgender. Thank you for being a part of this effort, and for your bravery in telling your story. You are making a difference!
To the parents who support us: We have thousands of parents in our parent support groups around the world, cheering us on. Many of you personally know the authors who publish on PITT, many more of you do not, but yet you recognize that our stories, raw and from our hearts, are speaking for you and your pain as well—our stories are your stories. Thank you for amplifying our messages by tweeting them, sending them to your doctors’ offices, and discussing them in your social circles, and thank you for standing shoulder to shoulder with us in this battle to save our children and our futures.
To Genspect and the parent support organizations: PITT would never have formed if not for the stalwart support of Genspect founder Stella O’Malley, the incomparable Angus Fox, author of the first substantive article about our boys, and other therapists and medical practitioners that have worked tirelessly and thanklessly behind the scenes, at great professional and personal risk, to help us panicked and distraught parents navigate this hellish gender-obsessed universe. What you have done for us is priceless. Thank you isn’t enough.
That there are too many others to individually thank is a testament to this work of many, of which PITT plays just a small part. So many of you are now shining a light on gender ideology and the horrors of trans medicalization of children, teens, and young people. We are in quite a different place societally than we were a year ago. It’s really quite amazing. For the first time, many of us parents are feeling some hope that there’s a light at the end of this miserable tunnel.
Thank you all for helping parents to tell their stories, and for supporting PITT—your support gives us the strength and courage to keep pushing forward, and to keep bringing our stories to the world!