Major League Baseball (MLB) has been somewhat quieter about its entry into "social justice" activism compared to, say, the National Football League (NFL). Still, it is happening just the same. (Related: Herschel Walker warned that MLB supports Black Lives Matter [BLM] terrorist groups that burn Bibles and the American flag.)
The MLB website now displays an entire section devoted to "social justice," complete with promotional material for the 1619 Project and some trashy work of fiction called White Fragility. During the George Floyd saga, as you may recall, several MLB players openly knelt just like their NFL and National Basketball Association (NBA) counterparts.
MLB has also chimed in about "gun violence," partnering up with the gun control group Everytown for Gun Safety to warn baseball aficionados of the "facts about the impacts of gun violence" on America.
Perhaps the most concerning "social justice" issue embraced by MLB is the transgender mutilation of children. MLB "Pride Nights," which began back in the early 2000s, feature fundraisers that support "sex change" operations for children.
This includes "gender affirmation" surgeries and gender-bending "masculinizing" and "feminizing" pharmaceutical drugs, which the MLB seems to have no problem with being aimed at young children.
"... many of MLB's most prominent franchises have begun to promote or fund groups that encourage or provide sex-change procedures and gender-transition hormone treatment for minors as young as 12," reports National Review.
"Other organizations promote 'social transitions' – i.e., nonmedical changes in 'gender expression,' including the adoption of new names, pronouns, and clothing – for children as young as three."
An investigation revealed that of the 29 MLB teams that held a "Pride Night" this summer – only one team did not: the Texas Rangers – 20 of them directly fund groups that advocate for or provide "transition" surgeries and drugging for children.
At least six MLB teams also fund or promote groups that actively lobby against restrictions on youth "sex change" procedures and "therapies," as well as promote "gender affirming" curriculum on children at public school.
"Five other team Pride Nights promoted or funded groups that provide resources for, and often actively encourage, youth sex changes," National Review, which conducted the investigation, further reveals.
"Four promoted or funded groups that write referrals for or partner with clinics that perform medical gender transitions – either via hormone-altering drugs, sex-change surgeries, or both – on minors. And finally, five teams have promoted or funded clinics that do drug-induced or surgical youth gender transitions themselves."
The Detroit Tigers held a Pride Night back in May during a game against the Minnesota Twins that funneled money straight into pro-trans groups that target children.
Online ticket purchasers were met with a checkout option allowing them "a chance to support a local Pride organization of your choice." In the drop-down menu, two clinics that perform gender transitions on children were listed: the Ruth Ellis Center and Corktown Health.
The Detroit Tigers team also promotes the Trans Sistas of Color Project, which funds groups like Trans Minor Rights that "advocates for empowering transgender youth to make their own decisions regarding puberty blockers," meaning "without requiring the consent of a parent."
That group's tagline is "Unblock blockers," the suggesting being that puberty blockers should be handed out to children like candy whenever they ask for them – without their parents' permission or even knowledge.
This is what buying tickets to MLB games means in 2022. Keep that in mind the next time you plan a family night out.
The latest news about transgenderism can be found at Transhumanism.news.
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