A Florida activist group secretly sent hundreds of transgender change kits for kids around the country, a report revealed.
The “Build-A-Queer” kits are comprised of breast binders, male genitalia props, tape used for binding and concealing male genitalia, condoms, and more.
According to experts, several of these items can be potentially hazardous to children. A few of the group’s activities could be deemed unlawful, according to the laws and regulations in some states, such as Florida, as claimed by attorneys.
Previously, the group’s handouts included “Trans Self-Defense Kits,” armed with weapons like tasers and knives. The kit was accessible to children and other respondents via an online application, as relayed by Cielo Sunsarae, the head of the Florida organization Queer Trans Project (QTP).
The group’s website saw 90,000 views this year, as claimed by Sunsarae. Its TikTok account has 43,000 followers. There are no age restrictions or parental consent requirements on the website.
To date, QTP claimed to have shipped over 900 kits to recipients in every state except South Dakota, Vermont, Alaska, North Dakota, and Montana.
According to Sunsarae, a biological female who identifies as a male, most of the kit’s recipients are young.
In Florida, where QTP is headquartered, the state medical board has ruled that children cannot receive sex-change hormone use or sex-reassignment surgery.
But Sunsarae isn’t bothered.
LifeSiteNews has developed an interactive map that tracks the states which restrict transgender drugs and surgeries.
Recently, there has been a surge in bills passed by Republican states aimed at regulating gender transitions, specifically for minors. It has been observed that in the last four months, approximately 14 states have passed laws restricting or prohibiting surgical and hormonal interventions for transgender youth.
Republican governors in Florida and Missouri are expected to sign comparable laws soon, and prohibitions are also progressing in six other states, namely Louisiana, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, and Texas.
The practices referred to here, such as the use of puberty-blocking drugs, irreversible surgeries, and synthetic hormones, can have devastating effects on children. These effects include sterilization and serious, potentially life-threatening side effects like cardiovascular disease, loss of bone density, and emotional difficulties.