Pottery Barn features virtual reading of transgender book for kids

The cult of transgenderism is proving to be more invasive than imagined when it comes to children, especially in the media field. The celebration of young people who fall prey to the contagion of gender confusion only assures more disciples and Pottery Barn has apparently opted to do its part here.

With Bud Light and Target still stinging over their embrace of the insanity of gender dysphoria, Potter Barn Kids promoted a book by transgender activist Jazz Jennings on Instagram, with Jennings telling the story of a transgender-identifying child.

Jennings is a biological male who began to “transition” at age 3, and a video shared online featured Jennings reading from the book “I Am Jazz” — the book features a child who claims to have “a girl brain but a boy body.”

“Join us in a virtual reading of ‘I Am Jazz’ by Jessica Herthel & Jazz Jennings,” the caption reads.


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“From the time she was two years old, Jazz knew that she had a girl’s brain in a boy’s body. She loved pink and dressing up as a mermaid and didn’t feel like herself in boys’ clothing. This confused her family, until they took her to a doctor who said that Jazz was transgender and that she was born that way,” reads the book’s description on Amazon.

But the story has not been all happy endings.

“Jennings has had health issues after having transgender surgery, which started when he was still a minor, and has undergone a total of three ‘corrective’ surgeries,” Daily Wire reported.

One Instagram user responded to the post, “Omg do you guys all have the same PR company???? You all got the same pitch to alienate 98% of the people who spend money with you? And you though, YES, that’s it. Let’s tell young children they can change their gender. That’s sure to rake in the business from our loyal customer base!”

And to be clear, promoting Jennings was not a one off for Pottery Barn:

There are some calls for a boycott but it remains to be seen what that amounts to… here’s a quick sampling of other responses to the story from Twitter:

Tom Tillison


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