Is Gender Spectrum the New TrevorSpace for Desert Sands Unified?
Who in the World Vets These Third Party Apps?
The Social Emotional Wellness page of the Desert Sands Unified School District’s website directs “LGBQTIA+” students (or anyone else that happens by) to a third party group called Gender Spectrum, a group of educators, health professionals, social workers, and activists that run online “discussion groups” for children as young as 10.
As you may recall, DSUSD was previously called out by parent Celeste Fiehler for linking the Trevor Project under resources for suicidal children. Fiehler, who leads the Riverside County chapter of Mom’s for Liberty, made certain that the DSUSD looked closer at the Trevor project, which linked to TrevorSpace- a site full of chat rooms, that catered to different “lifestyles,” and proffered our children to the adult groomers that populated those chat rooms . You can read much more in depth reporting on the Trevor Project by Brad Jones at the Epoch Times. Fiehler also appeared on Bannon’s War Room recently, which you can view here on Rumble.
The DSUSD removed the Trevor Project link, but now we find this link to Gender Spectrum. Who is Gender Spectrum and what are they about? How about we do the job that the DSUSD should have already done and vet this group? Yes, let’s go!
According to their website, “Gender Spectrum works to create gender sensitive and inclusive environments for all children and teens.” You can see from Gender Spectrum’s homepage that they offer online consulting, online groups for children and adults, and most importantly to us, a yearly “family conference”. Stay with me here, because you need to know about that conference!
Gender Spectrum does do the courtesy of making their 990's available on their website, albeit they leave out the schedules which often contains vital information. So let’s go visit the IRS before they get clogged up with 87,000 newly armed agents!
Searching for Gender Spectrum on the IRS page reveals that the organization was founded in 2016 by the following cast of characters, along with their compensation:
The most current year on the IRS page is 2019, and Gender Spectrum’s officers and directors remained pretty much the same. By 2021, only Stephanie Brill (Chairman) remained, according to the 2021 990 provided on the Gender Spectrum website.
We will get to a few on that latter list momentarily, after a brief foray into how Gender Spectrum describes themselves to the IRS.
That was a little hard to read at regular size, in case you wondered why that screenshot was jumping out at you so. What is jumping out to me, are terms like “other adults,” “pre-teens and teens,” “youth programming,” and that “Gender Spectrum Lounge… online community for teens” and adults.
Chat rooms. With adults. Again.
“But, but, but the teens and adults are kept seperate.”
Yeah, that is what TrevorSpace said too, as I recall. And it has to be adults serving as moderators, one would think. Did the DSUSD vet any Gender Spectrum moderators? Did they even ask about the vetting process for Gender Spectrum employees/volunteers? Or even a simple dig into who the organization was?
Gender Spectrum is not a wealthy non-profit, despite that sweet $170,000 gig as president, which was shared amongst the principals over the years. In fact, the organization usually operates at a loss, and although it only raked in just over a million dollars in 2021, they paid staff (other than the president) a total of $717,927 plus benefits.
The 2021 president was Liam Day. Day gave an address in San Francisco on the 990 and claimed to work 40 hours a week, for which he was well compensated. But who is Liam, really?
I’m so glad you asked!
According to Liam’s Linkedin page, he went to Harvard for a BA in history and then on to Middlebury College for an MA in English Literature. From there, Liam jumped around mostly from the education and the health (children) fields mostly in the Boston area, before landing at Gender Spectrum in San Fran.
These types of organizations, [they] sure do love their conferences and institutes! Almost as much as their “consulting” fees. Take a look at their most successful service accomplishment.
I would really like to get to the “conference,” but you have to check this trustee out first! Anoosh Jorjorian.
You can check out her twitter feed, if you have the guts, but I’ll warn you, you may be subject to misinformation and disinformation the likes of which you’ve never seen. For just a quick foray into the activism of Anoosh though, her Medium page serves our purpose better.
Oh, one of the “the 2020 riots were mostly peaceful” nutballs. Anoosh is an activist. An activist for the transgender movement. An activist has one goal: to convert as many to the “cause” as possible. With growth comes money. Who do they try to convert? How about I let Anoosh herself tell you from her own article just a few days ago.
Anoosh referenced the founder of her non profit, it will take more digging to determine if she is referring to the long standing Chairman of Gender Spectrum, Stephanie Brill or Margo Saltzman. According to the IRS pages, Saltzman founded a (now defunct) non profit called “Gender Spectrums Support Network” a couple of years before Gender Spectrum came onto the scene. Saltzman , who is now affiliated with PFLAG Princeton (who Gender Spectrum has an affiliation with), did have a transgender child.
Trustee and Boston area social worker, Kevan Barton may deserve a closer look as well.
Let’s wrap this up with the recently held conference that Gender Spectrum mentioned in their 990s, because this thing renders the chat room (kids with adults) moot—it’s that bad.
Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago has been in the news lately for its participation in the school-to-clinic pipeline.
Top surgery, bottom surgery, gender affirming surgery, gender clinics, and a plethora of doctors and surgeons—they’re SALESMEN!! They want your money to butcher your kids! Greed.
They try to convert kids, they target kids! Young kids! And the DSUSD happily sends their student charges, those they are supposed to keep safe, off to the activists chat rooms without so much as a “who are you?”. It’s difficult to picture the DSUSD board and top administrators as anything but Baphomet worshipers at this point. Ones that knowingly and willingly sacrifices our children to the Transgender ideology in the name of “Equity” (wokeness).
So, DSUSD, we can delve into the chat rooms if you wish, is there any doubt what is going on in there? But, I think sending children off to talk to activists that have a monied interest in converting as many kids to the gender bender ideology as possible, who then send them off to clinics to be irreversibly butchered is bad enough. Don’t you?