TLC Promoting the Transgender Lifestyle to Children
The Learning Channel has approved the series "I Am Jazz," which is about a young teenager who was born a boy and has transgendered to a girl since the age of two years old. The parents supported this decision instead of giving guidance to the confused child. Professional help would now be needed because it is a psychological issue. 1MM knows God doesn't make mistakes.
Previews have already begun airing, and the show will premiere this summer on July 15 at 10:00 p.m. ET/9:00 p.m. CT. Keep in mind that the promos for this program air much earlier in the evening.
The show is attempting to normalize the transgender lifestyle and make it appear OK while using a young cast member to lure a young audience. This docu-series is about the real life of a young person and that will attract young viewers to watch.
As this was not enough, Jazz and family wrote a children's book, also titled "I Am Jazz." The graphics on the cover and throughout the book are of an elementary age child to appeal to young children. The book states that the child Jazz has "a girl's brain in a boy's body."
1MM thought a warning should be sent out, not only for the television program, but also for the book that is sold in bookstores and online. The proceeds of the book go to the family's foundation to promote the transgender lifestyle to children in an attempt to normalize it. The family also hopes for the book to make it into public elementary schools.
Obviously, TLC is attempting to desensitize America’s youth by airing programs starring teens. This alone will entice kids to watch.
Please use the information we have provided to contact TLC (owned by Discovery Communications) concerning "I Am Jazz" and strongly encourage TLC to drop all plans to air this program.
Let TLC know you and your family will not be watching "I Am Jazz" or anything else on the network in order to avoid seeing the previews for this new show.
Let them also know you are prepared to join thousands of other voices in urging advertisers to place the program on their "do not advertise" list.