• Hollister and Gilly Hicks Announce $250k Donation To GLSEN, The Group That Promotes Radical Gender Ideology In Schools

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    Hollister, which is part of Abercrombie & Fitch (NYSE: ANF), co-created a "gender-inclusive" collection with GLSEN, the group that encourages schools to hide gender transitions from parents.

    The collection includes t-shirts, shorts, boxers, hoodies and other accessories, all co-created with GLSEN students and designed, modeled, styled, and directed by Hollister's LGBTQ+ associates.

    Source: Hollister

    Of course, the problem with GLSEN is that it promotes radical gender ideology to schools under the guise of “inclusive curriculum” and through Gender Sexuality Alliance clubs. 

    When you first land on the GLSEN website, a pop-up appears to let you know how to quickly escape so no one can see what you are doing.  

    The group's curriculum resource guide for teachers includes such things as the “gender identity flower” lesson and a pronoun guide, among a wide rage of sex ed resources. GLSEN even offers tips to teachers for making science more inclusive from the perspective of a trans teacher who aims to “normalize queer and trans experiences” among students. He’s teaches 8th grade biology. 

    Source: GLSEN

    GLSEN also offers a free "Rainbow Library” to school districts upon request.

    This Rainbow Library often includes the most controversial and frequently challenged books due to graphic sexual content. The Rainbow Library collection has included books like “Felix Everafter” which features a teen who had top surgery on the cover, “All Boys Aren’t Blue” which graphically describes sex acts, and “Beyond Magenta” which includes references to pedophilia.

    Hollister said it planned on donating $250,000 to GLSEN regardless of sales numbers.

    Parent company Abercrombie & Fitch is currently trading at a one-year high of $37.08.

    At least for now, it does not seem to have been impacted by the kind of backlash that Target and Anheuser-Busch have experienced.

    Source: NYSE and IEX

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