Two articles crossed my desk this week and I made a connection. Like a ZAP! It doesn’t take a genius to see that gender identity and chemical exposure are two huge issues for our society today. I know that industrial chemicals disrupt our digestion, our nutrition, emotional state, microbiome, and ALL body functions. Just wondering – is growing gender fluidity part of our spiritual journey? Or is it related to chemicals and prenatal exposure? Or both? Further research is urgently needed. This is not my area of expertise, just a hunch. I’m a nature girl. I try to renounce all chemical exposure, although it’s utterly impossible. There’s a lot to the subject, so I’ll let you be the judge. I’m sharing below a short article by Diane Robertson from United Families International. See additional links at the bottom for further study.
“Recent evidence indicates that chemical such as endocrine disruptors, and thalates from (PCBs) are one of many factors predicting gender anxiety and transgenders. The disturbing conclusion they came to, published in the international journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics, is that increasingly babies are being born pre-polluted, and exposure to chemical compounds while still in the womb are causing sexual developmental issues. The prime culprits are a group of chemicals that interfere with the endocrine (or hormone) system in mammals. Even at low doses, the chemicals have been shown to caste a monkey wrench into the complex developmental pathways taking place in a fetus.” https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-human-beast/201911/gender-fluidity-and-hormone-disruptors
PROPAGANDA, POLLUTION AND GENDER DYSPHORIA
by Diane Robertson
One does not have to look very far to realize that there has been a global increase in gender dysphoria in children. In recent years, parents have been caught publicly parading their child’s “transformation” from one gender to another. Last year, the UK published statistics that noted a more than ten-fold increase in children being referred for treatment for gender identity issues. This month, the National Geographic high-lighted the story of a 9-year boy who has been living as a girl.
Undoubtedly, there are many causes for the increase. It’s been a generation or two since parents believed they could teach their girls to be girls and their boys to be boys. Today, pediatricians and parents are taught to be hypersensitive about toddlers’ changing ideas on gender. Schools across the western world are teaching children that gender is a choice. Universities and colleges have asked students to choose a pronoun to match their identity. Some cities are punishing people who refuse to participate in this gender confusion mania. With this normalization and glorification of gender dysphoria, there is no wonder children are confused. But has anyone asked about environmental factors?
Chemicals from plastics, household products, pesticides, herbicides and birth control abound in the environment. All of them are known endocrine disruptors.
The endocrine system in humans and animals consists of hormones and glands that regulate every bodily function. It plays a role in all phases of development, metabolism, and behavior.
Plastics decompose and contaminate soil and water. Birth control contaminates water supplies. Pesticides are regularly sprayed in and around homes, businesses, and schools. Pesticides and herbicides are sprayed on every commercial crop. All of them contaminate food, water, and soil.
Researchers from the University of London found that thirty out of 37 widely used pesticides tested blocked or mimicked male hormones.
Other hormone disruptors known as Phthalates are found in vinyl flooring, detergents, automotive plastics, soaps and shampoos, deodorants, perfumes, hair sprays, plastic bags and food packaging and more.
This means that everything from our water to our pharmaceuticals to our soaps to soil in which we grow our food have chemicals that cause hormone disruption.
The contamination is so bad that a US Geographical survey of fish in several rivers in the North East found the majority of male smallmouth bass and about half of male largemouth bass have been found to have eggs where their testes should be. Similar results have been found in other species of fish around the world.
It’s not surprising that the same chemicals that are causing intersex fish could cause problems in humans and other animals.
While there is a barrage of gender bender media, education, and government regulation that has an immense influence on young children and their parents, there is also a chemical influence that is undoubtedly part of the cause of the increase in children with gender dysphoria.
Given the high suicide rate associated with gender identity disorders, as well as the modern practice of body mutation and a lifetime of synthetic hormones (one of the causes of the intersex fish) wise parents will shield their children from the propaganda, glorification, normalization, and chemicals that have an influence on how their children perceive their gender.
“Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) and potential EDCs are mostly man-made found in various materials. By interfering with the body’s endocrine system, endocrine disruptors produce adverse developmental, reproductive, neurological, and immune effects in humans, abnormal growth patterns and neurodevelopmental delays in children. Thus, diethylstilbestrol (DES) a non-steroidal estrogen, which is regarded as a proof of concept, induces clear cell carcinoma among young women. EDCS may be found in plastic bottles and metal food cans (BPA), medical devices (phthalates), detergents, flame retardants (polybrominated diphenyl ethers), food (BPA), toys (phthalates), cosmetics and drugs (parabens), and pesticides (alkyl phenols such as nonylphenol). The deleterious effects of endocrine disruptors constitute a real public health issue. However concerning the mechanisms of action of EDCs, many questions remain unanswered and need further investigations.” 2017, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1631069117301257
For Further Reading
Endocrine Disruptors: 14 Common Chemicals That Affect Your Hormones
2 Replies to "Gender Fluidity and Endocrine Disruptors Linked?"
Annette Pajari January 6, 2023 (8:39 pm)
Interesting article. I’ve read other similar things. I agree–our first question ought to be “what kinds of exposures, chemicals, products, foods, etc., have our children been exposed to and what can we do to change these supposed outcomes?”
Jane Barthelemy January 6, 2023 (9:00 pm)
Hi Annette, Thank you for your comment. Yes, there may be several factors, and we should be VERY busy asking many questions. Best wishes! Jane