Rainbow Day Camp is a children’s camp – for kids age 4 to 12 – in El Cerrito, California designed to cater to the whims and desires of transgender children, by allowing them to choose their own pronouns, and dress like girls.
The camp argues that it provides a valuable and progressive service by allowing very young children the freedom to “change their name or pronouns daily, to see what feels right.” The camp bills itself as a safe space for transgender and “gender fluid” children, in the San Francisco Bay Area.
So far, this camp is the only one of its kind, and it has experienced a tripling in enrollment since it opened, just three years ago.
A mother of a 6-year-old that attends camp at Rainbow Day expresses that he although her daughter was born as a boy, biologically, she had always identified herself as a girl. “Once she could talk, I don’t remember a time when she didn’t say, ‘I’m a girl,’” the parent said.
The mother of the 6-year old recounted, “Then it grew in intensity: ‘I’m a sister. I’m a daughter. I’m a princess.’ We would argue with her. She was confused. We were confused.” The mother further expressed that they tried their best to seek as much support as they can for their girl, prior to sending her to camp where she was allowed to freely be herself.
The mother of 4-year-old Gracie Maxwells recalled how her “daughter” changed, and became much more effeminate after being forced to go to the camp. “I see her now, compared to before. I watch her strut around and dance and sing and the way she talks about herself. If she was forced to be someone else,” the mother states.
“Gender specialists say the camp’s growth reflects what they are seeing in gender clinics nationwide: increasing numbers of children coming out as transgender at young ages. They credit the rise to greater openness and awareness of LGBT issues and parents tuning in earlier when a child shows signs of gender dysphoria, or distress about their gender,” notes Fox News.
Sandra Collins, the founder of this degenerate camp said that, as early as 2-year old she knew her child was transgendered. “A decade ago, this camp wouldn’t have existed. Eventually, I do believe, it won’t be so innovative,” Collins said. “I didn’t know you could be transgender at a very young age. But my daughter knew for sure at two.”
“A lot of these kids have been bullied and had trauma at school,” Collins added. “This is a world where none of that exists and they’re in the majority. That’s a new experience for kids who are used to hiding and feeling small.” The camps aims to “show these kids what a confident, happy, successful trans person looks like.”
“We teach them they are normal, deserving of love, and not alone,” stated Camp director Andrew Kramer.
However, Michelle Cretella, President of the American College of Pediatricians, makes the claim that encouraging transgenderism in children, “constitute nothing less than institutionalized child abuse.”
Despite the fact that these parents are abusing their children, the progressive takeover of the Pediatric field is near complete. Cretella notes, “Pediatric residency programs [are] now training future pediatricians in a transition-affirming protocol.”