Trans woman’s FIRE response to Kim Klacik asking about trans kids ‘in the hood’ is a must-read

Even the blatantly obvious needs to be stated by a credentialed source in an era where “trust the experts” is treated as a religious creed. So, when former GOP congressional candidate Kimberly Klacik raised a rhetorical question about “kids in the hood transitioning,” a self-described “Transexual, Catholic, Veteran” stepped up.

Friday, the radio host and onetime political hopeful in Maryland took to social media to draw attention to a difference in demographics that she had perceived regarding youth suffering from gender dysphoria. Expecting a particular response, Klacik posted, “Why aren’t kids in the hood transitioning to the opposite sex? I know the answer, just wanted to see if you knew. Comment below…”

It wasn’t long before former U.S. Army logistics officer and current Gays Against Groomers contributor Sara Higdon replied with a shot aimed squarely at suburbia.

“Well because the typical demographic is upper middle class white kids of progressive parents. for two reasons. They have time and money to worry about such things, and have been conditioned to believe through Critical Theory that they are an oppressor and there is no way they can ever escape that status, so they see this as a way to join an oppressed class for which they are celebrated for instead of condemned. It’s the relationship between CRT and Queer theory,” she wrote on Twitter.

Klacik used emojis to declare Higdon’s summation “fire” and she wasn’t alone as others responded that the take was not only “spot on” but something some had overlooked, as one person commented, “Well said. Something I never thought of until this post and this answer makes perfect sense. Thanks for helping to put the pieces together on this insane, sad and disturbing puzzle. Little by little the truth is getting louder.”

Naturally, there was pushback from leftists who would like to sustain the belief that gender dysphoria is not a condition requiring serious time and evaluation to diagnose and treat, but rather an identity that needs “affirming,” and Klacik was as glad to push back on those naysayers as Higdon had been to state the obvious.

“They actually are as well,” one person tried earning a retort from the conservative that read, “Nope. Google low income communities & youth in transition. It’s not happening.”

Another signaled to the religious fervor of alphabet activists and argued, “Certain people and their lifestyle should not be up for questioning! Rather in the hood or in the country,” to which Klacik had to wonder at another obvious point, “How is asking a question classless? It’s a huge topic of discussion.”

In fact, even The New York Times had pointed out when reporting on the “Sharp Rise in Transgender Young People” that “The racial makeup of transgender adults and transgender teens was roughly the same. About half of both groups were white,” and there was a “disproportionately large number of each group identified as Latino.”


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