A children’s author and poet has written a book to counteract the explosion in gender ideology that teaches children they can be born in the wrong body.
According to The Times newspaper, Rachel Rooney’s book, My Body is Me, addresses concerns about the new sex education and relationships lessons that start next September.
Rooney says there has been an ‘explosion’ over the past three years of books such as Introducing Teddy by Jessica Walton.
In that book an apparently male toy tells a child it has always known it is, in fact, a girl. Another book, Red: A Crayon’s Story by Michael Hall, features a character that feels red despite being blue.