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This Pandemic Targets Children

Transgenderism is a communicable disease, and it is raging like wildfire through our children – especially young girls.  I recently spoke with a parent in MA whose teenage daughter identified as “trans,” and now the state Department of Children and

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Support MFI Tomorrow on #Giving Tuesday

All over the country on November 30th Americans participate in #GivingTuesday. This online celebration provides an opportunity to give back to local non-profits who are making a difference in the community. For 30 years, MFI has been on the front

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MFI’s Mary Ellen is ‘on call’ for MA families

Because of Covid-related school closures, parents have had a unique opportunity to observe and critique what is being taught to their children. One area of particular concern MFI is addressing is the curricula being used in the various school districts’

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The Lie of “Safety”

In case you missed it, Tuesday’s second installment of the MFI Book Club on Live Not By Lies is up online now.  I think you’ll especially like hearing from the young people who joined us and shared what their families

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Kill The Bill, Not The Baby

On Friday, the MA State Senate doubled-down on the Infanticide Act, by a vote of 32 to 8. (You can see how your senator voted here).  The MA House had already done the same on Wednesday.  (Vote tallies here). This

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Daddy’s Boy Forced To Be Mommy’s Girl

This week, at a conference in D.C., I had dinner with Walt Heyer. You may recognize his name, as he was one of the first brave souls to speak out about “detransitioning.”  For almost eight years, Walt, born a boy, lived

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Will you be considered a ‘highly rejecting’ parent?

Last week I attended a contentious meeting of the Westford School Committee.  They were considering adopting a new transgender student policy.  The content of that policy was, sadly, not surprising.  It contained the usual mandate for biological boys to be

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Fathers Matter

I don’t have many memories as a young child, but my earliest ones all have one thing in common—they involve my father. The warmth of acceptance, the growth during “teachable moments,” and the consistent feeling of safety were all regular emotions that

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