Katja Thieme, an associate professor at the University of British Columbia, made controversial comments suggesting that parents should expose their children to “penises” and “vulvas” of various ages in order to prepare them for encounters with gender-confused individuals in public spaces. Thieme posted her comments on social media platform X (formerly known as Twitter), stating that letting children see such body parts in a casual and normalized way is an excellent parenting idea. She further added that the world and the children themselves would thank parents for it in the future.
Thieme’s remarks were in response to a post by Riley Gaines, an American college swimmer who has been speaking out against the inclusion of biological males, such as William ‘Lia’ Thomas, in women’s sports. Gaines had shared the story of a 16-year-old girl who was reportedly banned from the YMCA and kicked off her swim team for opposing the presence of a naked male in the women’s locker room.
The professor’s comments have generated significant controversy and criticism. Exposing young children to explicit material in this manner is inappropriate destructive. Children must be sheilded from the degeneracy of the left’s tireless campaign to wipe out any sort of purity and innocence in the next generation.