Skip links

Have the Courage to Say, “Jazz is Not a Girl”


“Jazz” Jennings is a deeply troubled 15-year-old boy who thinks he’s a girl and who has been raised as a girl since an early age.

Jennings has become a breakout star in the transsexual firmament. Starting with self-made YouTube videos that drew an immediate audience. When he was seven-years-old his parents actually let him appear on a Barbara Walters show announcing his transsexualism. “Jazz” now has a reality show on TLC

“Jazz” has now come out with a new book, an illustrated story book for little children called I am Jazz.

A few weeks ago a lawyer and activist named Jessica Herthel was invited by a school district in Wisconsin to read from I am Jazz, which she wrote with “Jazz.” Herthel, a Harvard-educated lawyer, is connected to something called the Stonewall National Museum and Archives, the mission of which is to insinuate homosexual propaganda into the American school systems.

There is a video of “Jazz” talking about the book, which begins, “I am Jazz. For as long as I remember my favorite color has been pink. My second favorite color is silver. And my third favorite color is green.” Nice and normal, right?

“Jazz” goes on to explain, “I have a girl brain but a boy body. This is called transgender. I was born this way.”

In the letter the school sent to parents they reiterated the novel idea that there is such a thing as a girl brain in a boy body. The school district also explains that gender is “assigned” at birth and that “a girl who likes short hair and likes a boy name is now a boy.”


Read more at…

Share with Friends:

Leave a comment