In a strange report yesterday we learned that the Tonner Doll Company is creating a transgender doll to market to children. The inspiration for the doll was derived from a transgender teenager named “Jazz Jennings” who I recently learned is something of a social media star.

From CNN:

(CNN) – Like many girls, 16-year-old Jazz Jennings always loved dolls and dresses. She is one of the youngest people to be documented as transgender, and it has garnered her a following. The latest installment of this appreciative fandom is a doll version of the teen.

The Tonner Doll Company, which specializes in adult collectibles and high-fashion dolls, is releasing a Jazz Jennings doll that was designed and sculpted by the founder of the company, Robert Tonner.
The doll will come with a pink shirt and jean shorts, mirroring the outfit that Jazz wears on the cover of her memoir, “Being Jazz: My Life as a (Transgender) Teen.” It debuted at the New York Toy Fair over the weekend.
“Jazz stands for everything I respect from a human nature point of view,” Tonner said in a statement. “She’s incredibly brave, intelligent, warmhearted and creative.”
The left continues to push society away from the traditional norm. Children have enough to deal with and learn and shouldn’t be subjected to such a confusing concept.
However, Jazz Jennings and her mother are advocates for transgender rights and their plan is to “normalize” transgenderism in our society.
Here is video of the pair condemning President Donald Trump’s decision to rescind the federal policy on transgender bathrooms in public schools.

Most don’t have a problem with living the life you want to live. Gay, lesbian, trans, whatever. We do have a problem with forcing that agenda onto others and normalizing it.
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