Et Tu, Nat Geo ?


Since 1888, the National Geographic Society has published National Geographic, a magazine said to cover history, geography, and world culture.

But on next month’s upcoming cover, you won’t find pictures of wild horses or Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

Instead, spewed upon National Geographic’s January cover, you’ll find a little boy dressed as a girl.

Or as Nat Geo likes to call him, “the transgender child”.


Nat Geo covertrannie Avery Jackson



This issue titled “Gender Revolution” displays a confused little 9-year old boy, dressed in pink and long pink hair, with a quote from him saying, “The best thing about being a girl is now I don’t have to pretend to be a boy”.

National Geographic interviewed the little boy, often referring to him as a “her” and setting up baited questions such as, “What’s the best thing about being a girl?”

National Geographic reports:

“Many readily admitted that it can be hard—frustrating, confusing, lonely—to fit into the communities they call home and the roles they’re expected to play. Others are thriving as they break down gender barriers.

 What’s the best thing about being a girl?

 Avery Jackson swipes a rainbow-streaked wisp of hair from her eyes and considers the question. “Everything about being a girl is good!”

 What’s the worst thing about being a girl?

 “How boys always say, ‘That stuff isn’t girl stuff—it’s boy stuff.’ Like when I first did parkour,” an obstacle-course sport.

 Avery spent the first four years of her life as a boy, and was miserable; she still smarts recalling how she lost her preschool friends because “their moms did not like me.” Living since 2012 as an openly transgender girl, the Kansas City native is now at ground zero in the evolving conversation about gender roles and rights.”

Organizations such as the American Family Association have already started a petition against National Geographic.

The Christian Post reports:

“Advocates for sexual deviancy have quickly moved from using adults to promote their agenda to exploiting children as the face of their cause,” the AFA states in its petition.

“Susan Goldberg, the National Geographic editor, should be ashamed of herself for using a young child in such an abusive manner. The overwhelming majority of doctors and psychiatrists label what this child is going through as ‘gender dysphoria’ and National Geographic is lauding it as ‘beautiful,’” it added”.

 But Susan Goldberg is not ashamed.

In fact, she celebrated the story by writing an op-ed titled XX and XY don’t tell the full story of gender. Neither do blue and pink”.

USA Today reports:

“As the first female editor in chief of National Geographic since its founding in 1888, I am proud of our role in bringing a discussion about gender to the forefront. You’ll find it across all of our media platforms — print, digital, and in our original documentary, Gender Revolution: A Journey with Katie Couric. Our award-winning news team will expand on the coverage with videos, interactives, a glossary, and maps — including a first-of-its-kind map that takes a look at the legality of gender change around the globe. And I hope our footprint as the number one non-celebrity brand on social media will spark thoughtful conversations around the world.

Now that we know XX and XY, and blue and pink, don’t tell the full story, it is time to write a new chapter to ensure that we all can thrive in this world no matter what our gender — or decision to not identify a gender. That is why National Geographic has set out to tell the story of the gender revolution.”

But as Breitbart previously reported, the American College of Pediatrics showed the danger of “choosing gender” and revealed that “transgendered” children are psychologically confused and may develop mental disorders in their adult lives.

As leftist and liberals cheer at the “gender revolution” taking place, National Geographic is celebrating and contributing to the further demise of a confused, 9-year old little boy.


Will National Geographic have a follow up story about a confused boy who finally commits suicide? 
If a man thinks he is Napoleon, he gets locked up in a padded cell. However, if he thinks he is a woman, he now gets to pee on the seats of the ladies room. . . Gimme an effing break!
How can a child even understand what gender is? How much is this family getting paid to exploit their child? This whole transgender push is making me sick. It’s all about gaining notoriety. So editor Susan Goldberg thinks she is in the forefront of the transgender revolution. There is no transgender revolution, it’s all in your arrogant little head. No one is buying this garbage, so stop trying to shove it down everyone’s collective throats.
When is this far left social engineering going to stop? The leftists have been shoveling the LBGT  crap in our faces with intensity during Obama’s reign of (t)errors. Real Americans have had a bellyful of this b.s. and that’s one of the reasons why Hillary “it’s my turn” Clinton lostamong a host of other issues.
I have read the magazine since I was a youngster. Admittedly, it began as a way to get a peek at the bare breasts of native women without getting caught. But later I began appreciating it as a way to see and know places I would like to go or might never go.
But now it’s Bye-bye National Geographic. Just another once great publication I will toss on my ever increasing pile of irrelevant brain-washed leftist garbage.
Since I posted this yesterday, I have learned that National Geographic’s special “Gender Revolution” issue pictures the transgender child on the cover of the subscription copy available online since Dec. 19. The newsstand copy, available Dec. 27, has the same inside content as the subscription edition, but features a group of seven youth on its cover who identify with such descriptors as “intersex nonbinary,” “transgender female, “androgynous” and “bi-gender.”  Whereas I first thought there was a single article about the matter, I learned that the entire issue is dedicated to this rubbish.

(L) Newsstand cover
(R) Subscription cover)

Maybe they were afraid of the backlash to come if they put the picture of the lone child on newsstand issues ?
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11 Responses to Et Tu, Nat Geo ?

  1. deacsdomain says:

    after 55 years, I have canceled my subscriptions- (4 for children of family & 2 adults)
    Nat Geo has change it’s fundamental base of information.

  2. Hardnox says:

    Good grief. These leftists haven’t learned a damned thing. No one wants their drivel. All lefty driven publications and retailers are going tits up, or are headed that way. NG will be next.

    Stupid is what stupid does.

  3. vonMesser says:

    Freaking Damn. You are either a POINTER or a SETTER. I might give you half credit AFTER surgery, but certainly not before. I might (probably would) mandate that any parent setting their kid up like that be forced through trans-gender surgery themselves before F-ing up the kid.

  4. Popular Front says:

    What a rotten little turd. It’s not him it’s his parents. He’s 9? He doesn’t not know jack about his sexuality at that age. I hope he gets his head pushed down the toilet from now until he graduates. He probably wont though, he’ll be a nude dancer in a gay pickup joint before then.

  5. Beyond disgusting! I have no further civil comment for this…

  6. Shar says:

    We can’t pick our parents. So sad for the child. I imagine the magazine was making a last ditch effort to stay in business. Sex sells. Garbage.

  7. Emilia says:

    Good grief! Hasn’t it always been a fact that little boys thought ”girls have cooties” up to a certain age and eventually, hormones kick in and their thinking changes? Society is telling them that if you don’t like the opposite sex, you are automatically homosexual or destined to be a transgender at an early age. IF it is a problem with hormones, perhaps someone should do a HUGE study and see if they can correlate the use of birth control and screwed up hormonal development in males? Maybe all that ”stuff” in our water has messed up a lot of brains?? But, then again~evolutionists have never answered my question…if we ”evolved” from apes, why are there still apes so I don’t hold out much hope that they are capable of answering any relevant questions. Nat Geo hasn’t been terribly interesting for many years for me, so I won’t be missing them if they go under.

  8. Uriel says:

    King James Bible
    But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea. Matthew 18:6

    Children are innocent and constantly learning about themselves and their place in this world while absorbing the lessons of their environment. It is incredibly harmful to themselves and society with all that they are being bombarded with especially the last eight years. Is it any wonder why children are so vicious and abusive to others as they grow older? Their confusion opens the way to madness.

  9. SafeSpace says:

    Since when does Nat Geo even consider crap like this for story material? It is the National GEOGRAPHIC Magazine, not the National Kids-Who-Are-The-Product-Of-Perverted-Leftist-Asshat-Parents Monthly. Rush is right: EVERYTHING leftists touc, they politicize and then ruin.

  10. David says:

    sad adult pervs and institutions (NG) are using this child to legtimize their twisted debase lifestyles. prayed that the child was delivered from this satanic lie to live a normal life as God intended. sorry, could not pray for his abusers, his so-called parents. perhaps someone else can. as for NG, you too, and all participators in this filth be suffer Gods wrath if you dont repent