• "Pride Partners" Named By Trevor Project, An LGBTQ Group That Hosts "Sexually Explicit" Chatrooms Accessible To Minors

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    In honor of Pride Month, the controversial LGBTQ+ advocacy organization, The Trevor Project, detailed a list of featured products from its "pride partners".

    This year's featured partners include Abercrombie & Fitch, Dr. Kombucha, Kate Spade New York, OPI Nail Polish, "snooze" pancakes and lululemon.

    Other current pride partners include All Elite Wrestling, Blizzard Entertainment, Conscious Step, David Yurman, Dolce Vita, EyeBuyDirect, Guess Watches, Holden Rings, Hot Topic, KISS Nail & Lash, Kimchi Chic Beauty, Knockaround, Kohl's, Makeship, Petco, Pura Vida, Sirius Dice, and Williams Sonoma.

    What's so controversial about The Trevor Project, though, is the online chatroom it hosts called "Trevor Space" which allows adults to communicate directly with minors about sex, gender and pretty much anything you can imagine.

    TrevorSpace even advertises that it connects adults with children as young as 13 to help explore their "identity" and to get advice, find support groups and make friends.

    The National Review spent some time cruising the chatrooms last year and reported shocking discussions:

    "In some cases, users under 18 spoke with adult users about sexual preferences, including BDSM and polyamory. In chats reviewed by NR, minors and adults discussed sexual fetishes, including “gokkun” — the act of drinking multiple male ejaculations from a container, “bukkake” — the fetish of being covered with ejaculate, “scat play” — deriving sexual gratification from fantasies involving feces, and “forniphilia” — a form of bondage in which a person’s body is incorporated into furniture for sexual acts."

    Indeed, this reporter has confirmed how easy it is to set up a TrevorSpace account.

    You can put in any name or birthday you want, so long as you choose a birthday that makes you at least 13 years old. All you really need is an email address - it's the only information verified.

    Once your email address is verified, you immediately arrive at the "social lounge" where you can start joining forums. You can seek support and advice on a long range of issues, including transitioning, gender dysphoria, being genderqueer and other non-binary genders, transgenderism, how to determine sexual orientation, and so much more.

    TrevorSpace includes a gallery for highlighting art, a list of current users online, and a community calendar with events such as "tell all homophobes screw yall" and "be gay do crime".

    There's a long list of clubs you can join, 53 pages to be exact, including clubs like the Pronouns Page, the Transgender Youth Group, the Furries United club, the "adopting children who need a supportive family" club, and even a club for teens with strict parents that advises kids how to get around their parents.

    Remember, anyone can sign up for this chatroom.

    Scores of posts claim to be from "13-year-olds" asking for random strangers in the chatroom to send private messages because they are lonely.

    Screenshots, TrevorSpace

    Additionally, TrevorSpace offers a set of resources for gender-confused youth on mental health, sexual orientation, and gender identity where it is taught that "gender is actually a social construct" and some children are "born in the wrong body" and are probably transgender.

    The Trevor Project receives large donations from its Pride partners.

    Abercrombie and Fitch has raised over $5 million for The Trevor Project by selling pride-themed clothing for adults and children. It has further promised a $400,000 donation to The Trevor Project no matter what.

    Screenshot, Abercrombie & Fitch

    P&G has donated over $2 million since 2020.

    Dolce Vita gave $100,000 to The Trevor Project to advance its mission.

    Kohl’s promised a $100,000 donation to The Trevor Project, independent of sales made from its pride collection, which includes 40 items targeted to children, such as pronoun themed shirts and shirts with sayings like "follow your rainbow" among other adult, home and pet product offerings.

    Screenshot, Kohls

    Likewise Brew Dr. Kombucha has committed $50,000 to The Trevor Project to support it's "free, 24/7 crisis counseling to LGBTQ+ young people" which includes the TrevorSpace chatroom.

    The same with KissUSA, which is donating $50,000 to The Trevor Project.

    Holden promised to donate 1% of all sales, with a minimum donation of $50,000 annually.

    David Yurman also promised to donate 20% of the purchase price of its pride collection, with a minimum donation of $50,000 to the Trevor Project.

    Eyebuydirect is donating 100% of frame sales, with a minimum donation of $25,000 and a maximum of $50,000.

    Knockaround, an eyewear shop, has promised $5 from every pair of sunglasses or towel purchased from its pride collection, up to $50,000, will be donated, and further guaranteed a minimum donation of $25,000.

    Guess Watches guaranteed a $25,000 donation.

     Petco promised it will donate 10% of every purchase of select pride items to The Trevor Project. The pride collection includes rainbow skirts and shirts for dogs, rainbow adorned toys, and even a transgender progress pride flag rope toy.

    Screenshot, Petco

    Do these retailers realize how loose the rules are at TrevorSpace?

    Do they understand their donation money is being used to fund a chatroom where adults have access to children to address potentially sexually explicit questions? And talk about transgenderism, furries, and other alternate sexualities?

    Do customers understand this what they support when the shop at these businesses?

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    Amy Williams

    🤮ugh! We need to train parents about what to watch out for!

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    Goal 37 out of the 45 Communist Goals...

    "Infiltrate and gain control of big business."


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