Please Support the PITT Book - Now Available!
And also, our project is not over - please send your essays!
Our book Parents with Inconvenient Truths about Trans: Tales from the Home Front in the Fight to Save Our Kids is available now! Please read our book and share it far and wide.
We have over 11,000 subscribers on PITT - if each of you bought this book or got a friend or library to, think of what a difference we could make!
Share it with family, friends, medical and psychiatric professionals, politicians, teachers and schools. Leave copies in your neighborhood’s free book share. For years to come, let this book serve as a reminder to never forget the gender experimentation perpetuated on children and young adults. And let it never happen again.
You can order this book now in the U.S., in Canada, and in the U.K. The Audiobook should be ready soon. Barnes and Noble placed a small order for the book. If the book does well in the stores that carry it, Barnes and Noble will almost certainly order more and carry it more widely.
More about the book…
On June 1st, 2021, we (Dina and Josie) launched “Parents with Inconvenient Truths about Trans” (commonly known as PITT) to be our voice—by parents for parents. Since that time, we have published over 500 essays, almost all of which are authored by parents. PITT parents come from all walks of life, and we are proud to have provided a platform for each author to share his or her own unique and vital commentary, united in one goal—to bring to light the dangers of gender ideology and its harmful impacts on children and young adults.
We began by publishing two essays a week but soon found we had so much material flowing in (sadly) that we quickly expanded to five posts per week, nearly every week. We have published parent stories from all over the world including the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, South Africa, France, Germany, Latin America, Spain, Italy, the United States and Canada.
Through the many PITT stories, parents have been able to share in the wisdom, advice, and experiences of others going through the traumatic experience of having a child, often suddenly, announce they are the opposite sex. And that, in order to approximate the look of the opposite sex, they wish to begin a course of lifelong medication with debilitating side effects, have healthy body parts removed and render themselves sterile. For those of us new to this world it was shocking, controversial and all too true. PITT let other parents who felt isolated and demonized by society, friends, and family, know they were not alone and not crazy.
Thank you to all our subscribers and readers for reading and sharing PITT essays over these last two years—your participation in our project helped to bring about this momentous day, when a book about the parent experience in “trans” is available for all to read. We hope to raise lots of money for Genspect (which will receive all proceeds!) so please buy the book, even if you read all of the articles online.
And remember—we are not done yet, not while our kids are still being harmed by those in society we have been programmed to trust (medical workers, social workers, educators, governments, etc).