JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA — A LGBTQ activist group in Florida has secretly shipped dozens of weapons and hundreds of sex-change kits to children in 45 states across the country, according to a new report.
The Jacksonville-based Queer Trans Project (QTP) mails “Build-A-Queer” kits containing condoms, artificial male genitalia and breast binders, an investigation by The Epoch Times found.
QTP Director Cielo Sunsarae told the paper that nearly 1,000 kits have been distributed to primarily “youth” recipients. The group’s website does not require parental consent for ordering any items.
“All of our items are for individuals of all ages,” she said. In a YouTube video, Sunsarae instructs these children how to keep their parents from discovering the kits.
GIVING WEAPONS TO CHILDREN
The group has also sent over 20 “Trans Self Defense Kits” containing a knife, taser, steel baton, pepper spray and instructions on how to use each of the weapons. The kits – which have now been discontinued – were supplied by the Chicago-based activist group Thorn.
QTP also gave away $6,000 in hormone blocking drugs and breast removal surgery funding, according to the group’s website. They hope to soon expand their operations to other countries, including the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany and Australia.
More than 8 in 10 males and females confused about their gender have seriously considered killing themselves, according to a National Institutes of Health study cited in the article.
Sunsarae got her start at Equality Florida, the largest LGBTQ organization in the state. Her bio notes that she is “passionate about restructuring the biased mental framework in today’s cis, white, and heteronormative society.”
The Queer Trans Project receives money from the Soros-backed Groundswell Fund, Campaign for Southern Equality, Peace Development Fund and the BLM-funded Trans Justice Funding Project.
BREAKING THE LAW?
Florida law prohibits distribution of “harmful materials” to minors including obscene “images,” “figures” and “representations,” but Sunsarae suggested the organization intends to continue sending kits.
When asked about Florida’s newly passed ban on sex-change procedures for minors, she said: “Anything they could do on the governmental level, we’re going to fight back at the organization level.”
“This group ought to be shut down,” Mat Staver, founder and chairman of Christian legal activism group Liberty Counsel, told the paper. “They’re equipping people with weapons who are engaging in illegal activity already.”
Another legal expert called QTP’s actions “insane.”