A Texas-based organization that promotes gender transition for minors and hosts weekly queer sex education programs for children has added an endorsement to U.S. Rep. Colin Allred, a Lone Star State Democrat. This was revealed in social media posts and reviews on the official House of Commons website.
In recent years, Allred has publicly praised the group known as the Resource Center, making numerous appearances. In addition, Allred requested and ultimately secured a $1 million taxpayer-funded grant for housing projects from the group, according to the Community Projects Funding Request page on the official House website.
Allred, who represents Texas’ 32nd Congressional District, announced earlier this year a 2024 challenge to unseat incumbent Republican Sen. Ted Cruz.
publicly support the group; Allred wrote in an August 2018 post: I posted on Facebook about my experience attending a resource center fundraising event.
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“Last night, I was so happy to join so many LGBTQ community leaders at the Resource Center’s back-to-school fundraising event! , supporting Youth First.”
Three days before that post, Youth First, part of the resource center that benefited from the fundraising event, posted a photo of a person in drag on Instagram, saying, “Drag is an art form of queer imagination.” I think so.”
The post advertised “Open Drag Night,” with the caption: “Explore your own queer imagination this Saturday at Open Drag Night…Any young person between the ages of 12 and 18, for the first time. But even veterans can participate in the performance.” drug monster. Youth, friends, and families are encouraged to come watch and support the performers! ”
The following year, 2019, allred spoke At the “Champions for Change” event hosted by the Resource Center.
As part of the FY 2022 Community Projects Funding Request. Allred asked for $1 million. Taxpayers’ money goes to the “elderly housing” resource center.
“To meet the growing demand for care and services for the Dallas area’s aging LGBTQ population, the Resource Center (Center) is proposing a $4 million capital campaign to build an LGBTQ-friendly affordable senior housing facility. ” Allred’s office said. time of request.
Funding was finally secured and Allred appears on social media To celebrate, the thread said, “To meet the growing demand for care and services for North Texas’ aging LGBTQ population, @ResourceCtr is committing $1 million to build an LGBTQ-friendly affordable senior housing facility. Assigned,” he wrote.
in Posted to X in August 2022formerly of Twitter, said the organization does “important work supporting LGBTQ North Texans” and hopes to “secure federal funding so we can build senior housing.” “I’m very proud,” he insisted.
Allred, who doubled down on his support for the group in May, wrote in an We are very excited that their senior housing project is breaking ground.”
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Despite working with senior members of the LGBTQ community, the resource center also prioritizes teens ages 12 to 18 through its Youth First program.
One of the programs, Queer Sex Ed, is a regular conference hosted by Youth First.
“For many LGBTQIA+ people, the sex education they experience at school and at home (if they even receive it at all) is very heteronormative, so we talk about how that’s not always the case. We created Queer Sex Education so that we could have a space for things like trans anatomy and consent that are talked about in traditional sex education. ” group says online.
The program is touted as “not your average sex education, but a more comprehensive sex education focused on LGBTQ sexual health and active advocacy.” Other ads for the program instruct students to “take pride in sex education” and say the program teaches children “things they don’t teach you in school.”
In the past, the group has also hosted “Gender Identity Night,” another regular meeting hosted by Youth First and attended by 12-year-olds. The program has been hosted by him since 2014, but the link shared on his website was recently removed. However, the Internet Archive of web pages was saved. According to the group’s Instagram, past meeting topics have included “transition products” and “recent anti-LGBTQIA+ legislation in Texas.”
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A separate internet archive on the group’s website reveals a number of “resources” for the inquisitive mind. Two such resources that were linked from the website were GENECIS, a Dallas-based program that provides hormone replacement therapy and puberty blockers to children, and GENECIS, a Dallas-Forth Worth-based DFW Trans Kids and Families, a group of young people from all over the world. [ranging] Positive for children as young as 6 to college students and older. ”
GENECIS (short for Gender Education and Care, Multidisciplinary Support) was a clinic that provided “services” to children as young as five years old. The program reportedly stopped accepting new patients due to “political pressure.”
Youth First also hosts book club meetings featuring LGBTQ-supportive reading materials for youth ages 12 to 18. The group also hosts several events, including one featuring a performance by Dark Circles Contemporary Dance Company.of Event promotion Youth First’s Instagram page shows adult male performers wearing skimpy clothing.
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Youth First also hosted an event in 2020.Summer Social: Dungeons & Drag Queens” encouraged 12-year-olds to play a game of Dungeons and Dragons “in their best drag costumes or favorite cosplay costumes.”
Other past events the group has hosted include “Gay Bingo: Naughty or Nice” and events featuring drag performers. appeared in front of the children.
Neither Allred’s Senate campaign nor his House office responded to Fox News Digital’s requests for comment. The Resource Center also did not respond to requests for comment.
Allred, a former NFL linebacker, worked in President Obama’s administration before defeating Republican Rep. Pete Sessions in Texas’ 32nd Congressional District in 2018. In May, he became the first major Democratic lawmaker to run for the Senate in 2024 against Cruz, who is running for a third six-year term.
FOX News’ Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.