One of the books that the Ministry of Education and Family Planning recommend for your 9 year old to read as part of the RSE (Relationships & Sexuality) Curriculum is “I am Jazz” by Jazz Jennings. A recent examination of Jazz’s life concludes, “Jazz Jennings was sold to us by the LGBTQ+ lobby as a shining example of the success of early gender reassignment for children. In truth, he’s been left sexless, sterilised and physically mutilated. Jazz is not an example to follow. His tragic life is an indictment of the trans movement.” Judge for yourself whether you believe Jazz is a wonderful role model for your children. And why is Chloe Cole never mentioned?
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The tragedy of Jazz Jennings
The Government’s trans ‘role model’ for your 9 y/o
We’ve warned you about various aspect of the Relationships and Sexuality Education (or RSE as it’s known) curriculum which you can see a summary of at www.sexeducation.nz . But the more you dig, the more you find – and its not comforting. Today we want to show you a so-called role model that the Government wants your young child to aspire to. You may not agree that they’re a worthy role model.
If you look at the Relationships and Sexuality Education curriculum for years 5-6 – which is as young as 9 up to about 11, in Family Planning’s “Navigating the Journey”, the gender indoctrination starts early – yep 9 year olds, with this statement
Remind the students that “gender” refers to the gender a person identifies with. For example, girl, boy, both, woman, man, non-binary, transgender, takatāpui, or queer which may or may not match their biological sex.
We learn how we should act from people and society. Sometimes someone who looks like a boy may actually feel like a girl and vice versa. Some people don’t feel they are either a boy or a girl and that’s ok, too.
And one of the main books they want 9 year olds to read is I am Jazz by Jazz Jennings.
Before we determine whether Jazz Jennings is a good role model for your young child – in fact, all young children – let’s read a little bit of the book. In fact, Jazz is going to read it. Jazz is a biological boy who at 2 years old knew – apparently – that he was a girl – and didn’t have parents with the wisdom to correct this faulty thinking.
Here’s some of the book
Malcolm Clark is a TV producer and has written an article entitled The tragedy of Jazz Jennings for political magazine Spiked Online and I want to read from the article – and remember – Jazz Jennings is being held up by the Ministry of education and Family Planning as a role model for your 9 year old.
In 2003, Jeanette Jennings, a mother from Florida, noticed that her son, who was three years old, kept opening up his onesie. To most parents, this might not have seemed like a big deal, but Jennings became convinced that her son, Jaron, was trying to make his onesie into a dress. So began what would become the rollercoaster career of an icon of the trans lobby and a teenage darling of America’s liberal media.
At the age of five…
Yes – 5 years old. That’s an immediate major red flag, isn’t it.
…Jaron socially transitioned to become a ‘girl’ and was renamed Jazz Jennings. Aged 14, he started fronting his own hugely successful reality-TV series, I Am Jazz. Now in its eighth season, the series has charted the lives of Jazz, his family and friends as well as the long and complex medical procedures of his gender reassignment, from puberty blockers to eventual castration and the creation of a ‘neovagina’.
We’ll have a look at some of that shortly…
If we are to believe the trans lobby, for whom Jazz is now a prominent advocate, he is walking proof of the importance of early ‘affirmation’ of transgender identity in children. But like so much of the propaganda churned out by the trans movement, the true story of Jazz is much darker than we have been led to believe. Now 21 years old, Jazz has become a tragic figure.
Jazz was first introduced to the public at large in 2007, in a special edition of 20/20, the storied ABC primetime news series. In ‘My Secret Self Complete’, Barbara Walters interviewed three families with children who were convinced they had been born in the wrong body. The show began with a cute six-year-old who we were told believed he was a girl – namely, Jazz Jennings.
What’s remarkable watching the show now is how Walters accepts everything his mother, Jeanette, says at face value. One obvious example of this failure to exercise normal journalistic scepticism is when Jeanette alleges that her son, at the age of four, told her he wanted God to replace his penis with a vagina.
Actually it was two years old.
Mum then sought out the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, the bible of mental health, and became convinced her little boy was a transgender female. ‘I diagnosed her before ever taking her to see a professional and then had it confirmed’, she would often say.
In the show, when Jazz is just a six-year-old boy, Jeanette says that transitioning, including ‘sex change’ surgery, will be critical to his happiness. You’d think a mother would take a lot of advice before telling her son he would be happier once he lost his penis. Not so with Jeanette.
If you or I heard that a kid wanted to have no genitals, we might recommend his or her parents seek professional psychiatric help. Jeanette reached out instead to Marilyn Volker, a Florida-based sex therapist who claimed to specialise in trans issues. Jeanette claims Volker was ‘instrumental in who Jazz is today’. In the 20/20 show, Volker insists that when she met Jazz she could tell that he ‘clearly’ had a female gender identity.
Let’s have a watch
Now, anyone possessed of half a brain might have at least entertained the idea that this small child was unwell and in need of help to feel comfortable in his own skin again. But those ‘counselling’ Jazz merely pushed him further down the path towards irreversible surgery.
In a 2019 interview, Jazz explained that he loved designing mermaid tails that he could swim in. He liked mermaids, he said, because they have no genitals.
Now apologies for the specifics in this next part – but this is the reality of transgenderism and surgical removal of healthy biological parts of the body. But remember – this is the role model for your 9 year old according to the Government and Family Planning.
Since then, Jazz’s penis has been sliced apart and inverted inside a hole that’s been carved out between his rectum and his prostate. It’s taken three agonising operations to give him his fauxgina. After the ops, this wound masquerading as female genitalia has to be kept open by dilation for the rest of his life – essentially, using a dildo to stop it sealing. It’s apparently very painful. In a notable scene, in series six of I Am Jazz, Jeanette revealed to friends that she often had to bully Jazz into doing his dilation: ‘I have woken Jazz from a dead sleep and taken the dilator and put lubrication on it and said, “Here, you take this and put it in your vagina. If not, I will.”’ Maternal love, eh?
Yeah – that seems real normal. Not!
As Malcolm Clark – the author of this article – says on Twitter – “here’s Jazz Jennings’ mom express the love only a mom can feel as she describes how she has to bully Jazz into keeping the surgical creation she calls a vagina…dilated. She’ll strangle Jazz if it seals up she says. How sweet!”
Jazz’s physical problems go deeper still. He has been on puberty blockers since the age of 11. These drugs stop the normal process of development that happens during puberty, such as the growth of genitals. So when it was time to do his ‘sex change’ surgery, his surgeon discovered Jazz’s penis was tiny. The vaginoplasty was invented for adults with adult-sized genitals, not boys who had never gone through puberty.
When surgeons invert an adult penis they hope to retain as much of the sensation as possible. Given that Jazz has never had adult male genitals with sexual sensation, it is almost impossible for him to have sexual sensations now. It is also pretty inconceivable he’ll ever be able to orgasm.
The potential link between Jazz’s sterilisation and his lack of a sex life is not the only elephant in the room. The connection between Jazz being given cross-sex hormones and his repeated binge-eating, episodes of anxiety and severe depression is also not discussed in the show.
Then there are puberty blockers. In the only animal trial ever conducted on puberty blockers, young male sheep who received them became far more anxious than those who weren’t given them. Those and other cognitive side effects appear to be permanent and irreversible.
Australian expert Dr John Whitehall made that exact point in an interview I did with him in 2021 when TVNZ’s Sunday recently ‘examined’ the issue of puberty blockers for children who have gender dysphoria. But this wasn’t an ‘investigation’. This was a further pushing of the media’s own narrative and bias – sadly. And Dr Whitehall shared the disturbing findings about what happens when you block the natural process of puberty
Dr Whitehall said this regarding puberty blockers – “I don’t know of any greater intervention in the brain and the body”
But the government thinks Jazz is a role model for your 9 year old. Something that your 9 year old should aspire to.
The article concludes:
Jazz Jennings was sold to us by the LGBTQ+ lobby as a shining example of the success of early gender reassignment for children. In truth, he’s been left sexless, sterilised and physically mutilated. Jazz is not an example to follow. His tragic life is an indictment of the trans movement.
And sadly, recent coverage of Jazz Jennings has shown a very sad story where Jazz is a victim of an ideology and of adults that have let her down
She has been paraded before the world – by a glaring media. In my view it’s pure exploitation.
Here’s a summary
At 11 years old by 20/20
But things don’t look that great do they?
On one hand, she continues to say how great things are
But then we see the reality
Jazz and the family have been showcased and modelled and paraded before the nation – you can’t tell me that this is all normal. It feels like exploitation – on all of them
This is the promo for episode 7 of I am Jazz
And now they’re up to season 8. In an article just in March it says
After eight seasons, four “sex change” surgeries, and countless hormone treatments, TLC’s I Am Jazz star Jazz Jennings still doesn’t feel right. “I don’t feel like me, ever,” Jennings revealed in a recent episode.
Jazz Jennings, who was born a boy and declared himself transgender at the age of five, confessed feelings of dissatisfaction to his mother Jeanette. “I just want to feel like myself. All I want is to be happy and feel like me, and I don’t feel like me, ever,” Jazz said in the emotional exchange caught on camera.
Have a watch
Here’s the mother gaslighting Jazz and saying jazz is his own worst enemy. Jazz says nothing has changed – even though he’s transitioned – the inner feelings are exactly the same as before.
Does that all sound healthy? It Is just so sad – to see what has happened to Jazz – and secondly to have it all play out in front of the public. But apparently it’s all normal and will have no effect on mental health. Yeah right.
Your children should aspire to this though – according to the Ministry of Education and Family Planning.
Conservative influencer Peterson quoted this article that I’ve been reading to you and said this: “The plight of Jazz Jennings reveals the cruelty of gender-affirming care. This young reality-TV star will never have a normal life. Hormones and puberty blockers are doing irreversible damage to kids, says Malcolm Clark.” That’s from the article. And Peterson captioned his retweet: “Never forgive His mother.”
Ironically he got blasted on social media for misgendering Jazz. “His” mother. But Jordan is biologically correct. Not politically correct.
But the Ministry of Education and Family Planning want your 9 year old to think that Jazz is a role model.
As a parent, do you agree?
Here’s the real question.
Why doesn’t the government encourage people to learn about Chloe Cole. Unlike Jennings, you won’t find Chloe and her story featured, or land her own reality TV series, or part of the RSE curriculum in NZ schools. Here’s Chloe’s important message:
The inconvenient truth. Chloe says that at 12 she had no idea of what she was doing.
But the government wants your 9 year old to be influenced by transgender Jazz Jennings – not detransitioner Chloe Cole (who as you can see is doing very well in life).
As a parent, do you agree with the role models that the government is putting in front of your children?
If you don’t, it’s time to speak up – for the sake of your child.
Children deserve our protection, they deserve truth. They deserve appropriate role models.
It’s our job to make sure they get that.