Just when you thought things couldn’t get any more bizarre, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is for some reason promoting a secret chat space for kids designed specifically to be hidden from their parents.
The space is run by Planned Parenthood and discusses sex, polyamorous relationships, the occult, sex change operations, and activism. The secret chat room also mixes LGBT adults with the children.
The platform, known as “Q Chat Space,” is being advertised by the CDC on their LGBT Health Youth Resources page.
The chat service describes itself as “a community for LGBTQ+ teens,” and is available to the public for those ages 13-19.
Q Chat focuses on a number of graphic topics including hosting conversations on things like “Drag Culture 101,” “Sex and Relationships,” and “Having Multiple Genders,” intended for ‘Bi/Pan Youth.”
The Chat also features conversations on “Gender Affirmation Surgeries,” as well as on hormone replacement therapy. The chats are used in part to tell children “where you can find resources” related to their transition.
To make matters worse, Planned Parenthood uses things like video games, Pokemon, and Star Wars to entice the children into joining the chat room filled with sexually, politically, and even spiritually charged material.
The chat was also specifically built so that users can quickly hide their usage from parents and family members. Each section of the website has a large button on the bottom of the screen that says “Click/Tap here for a quick escape …” and shows a stick figure running towards an exit.
When clicked, the button takes users to the Google homepage, completely hiding the site.
The site even instructs the kids to keep the contents of the site a secret, with one of the rules being to “Keep confidentiality” and agree that “what’s shared here, stays here.”
This shady chat room comes as the culture war in America wages on, with this being the left’s latest effort to groom the country’s youth. Left-wing activists are driving the bulk of the conversation on the platform, pushing their own radical beliefs on the children.
When children apply to join Q Chat, they are asked a number of different questions regarding their race, gender, and mental health. The application asks children their racial and ethnic background, how often they feel depressed or hopeless, what their “sexual/romantic” orientation is, and how they feel about their gender identity.
It’s no surprise that Planned Parenthood, which offers hormone replacement therapy to minors and has claimed that transgender identity can be “cemented early in elementary school,” would be running such a chat room.
The left-wing organization has even said that “in preschool and in early elementary school, trans kids are starting to realize that they’re not the gender everyone said they were when they were born.”