Article originally appeared on newyorkpost.com.
As a preteen and teen, when you asked for something ill-advised because everyone else was doing it, you likely heard a parent admonish, “What if all of your friends were jumping off the Brooklyn Bridge? Would you do it too?”
It’s wise and timeless counsel about protecting yourself from peer pressure and staying out of trouble.
But it seems a number of activists today never heeded that warning.
It’s these adults, now fancying themselves experts in gender medicine and mental health, who are wreaking havoc on an entire generation, encouraging them to follow their feelings, and follow the crowd, even when they’re at risk of permanent and irreparable harm by doing so.
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