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”.       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 … Continue reading