Skip to comments.Feds spend $138G asking 4-year-olds about their 'internal sense of gender identity'
Posted on 09/08/2017 8:09:04 AM PDT by antidemoncrat
By Elizabeth Harrington Published September 08, 2017 Washington Free Beacon
The National Science Foundation is spending over $130,000 on a study that asks four-year-olds about their "internal sense of gender identity."
A grant for a two-year study was awarded to the University of Washington this summer. The project will interview 250 children aged four to six, and their parents, asking a series of questions about "gendered behavior."
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Do the results correlate with their lunch preferences?
Remember those days way back (way, way back) when we actually thought that the government was composed of competent, honest individuals?
Yes, I am old enough to remember.
Secondly, even asking a four-year-old about their gender identity will cause fear, confusion and anxiety. This is child abuse.
No...no, I don’t.
Even some conservatives have argued that we “need” the government to fund “scientific research,” or we’re all gonna die or something.
What the federal government needs to survey is, “What do 4-year-olds want to do with Confederate monuments?”
Maybe the SCVs could be contracted to do the survey.
This is not to gather information, as they will deliberately lie to tell you. It is to force the kids to QUESTION what they are, in spite of the below-the-belt evidence.
In a few years, the schools will begin convincing them that they need to chop off all that stuff down there, and turn it into other stuff.
When a federal funded agency wastes money like this, Trump should deduct 10 times that amount from their budgets.
The good old days are gone forever.
Let’s make it simple for all:
A four-year-old would have very little concept of any of that.
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