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  • Michael Costa

RADAR Makes Its First Media Appearance Within One Week of Launching

In just one week, RADAR has skyrocketed, and our work has already received attention in the media. We would like to thank all of our readers for supporting our mission to end the war on children. This week, our Communications Director and RADAR journalist, Judith Rose, was asked to appear on One America News Network to discuss her latest expose on the pedophilic roots of the transgender movement. It went viral and became our most-viewed article within the first 24 hours.

She informed OANN's viewers of the truth about the colors of transgender flag – baby blue and baby pink. Given what we have learned about how gender ideology negatively impacts children over the past year, we speculate that this was not an accident. "The creator of the trans flag was a very disturbed individual who seemed to have a case of autogynephilia, which not enough people talk about. It's the sexual arousal at the idea or act of dressing as the opposite sex and going into their spaces. It's a fetish. The community really needs to examine that under a microscope because the root of all of it is perversion. And a lot of the groundwork has been laid by sexologists who pushed for pro-pedophilic laws in the 1960s and 1970s.

The goal is to liberate youth from their parents and be able to consent to adult relationships."

A lot of people are unaware of this, and they are always shocked when they realize what these colors might actually represent. It is highly disturbing that this flag has become normalized so quickly in such a short amount of time. And we also think that it is important for the gay adults who support our activism to have solid evidence and make their own decisions about whether or not they appreciate these colors being added to our flag. If it wasn't obvious, the inventor of the Progress Flag is not even gay. Many are skeptical when they first encountered it because it is no gay man would come up with something so unappealing. It is not an attractive flag design whatsoever. The Progress Pride flag was developed in 2018 by non-binary American artist and designer Daniel Quasar (who uses xe/xyr pronouns). The Progress Flag does not actually represent gay people. It is a far-left symbol that is used to virtue signal about social justice "progressivism." We completely reject this flag being used to represent anyone.

Judith also discussed Florida's recent Title IX policies, which binarize the law on the basis of sex for school sports and spaces. When "gender identity" is added as a subcategory of "sex," then this allows girls to get undressed in a school locker room full of boys without parental knowledge or consent. Female locker rooms were placed in schools in order to ensure privacy and keep kids safe. "This is about children's safety ... These radicals have gone so extreme … I think it's great. It [the new rules that Florida has adopted] keeps everybody safe. I do hope to see more school districts doing this ... Many of these extremists believe that they can do no wrong. A lot of them come across as extremely unstable." Activists have adopted the belief that this somehow erases trans people. But that could not be further from the truth. Such Title IX regulations ensure parental rights and child safeguarding. This should not be controversial, but trans activism has taken a dark turn in recent years and put the rights of others in jeopardy. We feel like it is important to discuss these issues from within the community, because other prominent figures have been canceled, even for just asking questions.

For example, the day before Judith appeared on OANN, singer and songwriter, Ne-Yo, was canceled for stating his opinion on sterilizing children. His publicist shortly retracted the statement. However, Ne-Yo was brave enough to issue a correction and reaffirm his stance on child mutilation. He posted a video, saying "If my opinion offended somebody...yeah sure, I apologize for you being offended because that wasn't my intention. My intention is never to hurt anybody." He made it very clear that he will never be okay with allowing a child to do something that detrimental to their life, at an age where they cannot make such permanent decisions. Ne-Yo clarifies that he plans on educating himself about this topic. The people accusing Ne-Yo of being anti-trans should educate themselves. Nearly 100 studies have been added to RADAR in order to make this as easy as possible. You can check them out at

Our team has been working night and day to get this malpractice banned in as many states as possible. It is something that we are passionate about because there is no sound evidence that this is the best way to help a child who is struggling with gender incongruence. In The United States, boys and girls are currently being injected with triptorelin -- the same drug used to chemically castrate people who assault children (Sloan et al., 2017). This is no longer being carried out in many countries across Europe. They've recently started pumping the brakes on this process because it is experimental and there is not enough evidence backing up the notion that this is "lifesaving health care."

In fact, a recent study out of Denmark, one of the pioneers of this malpractice, found that the participants who received hormones and/or surgery did not have lower rates of suicide attempts. However, Ne-Yo has been criticized of opposing "lifesaving health care for trans kids." They also found that there has been a sharp increase in the rates of adolescent girls seeking transition over the past decade. In the USA, this started in 2013, when WPATH eased the restrictions for children to transition. Many studies note a clear social contagion amongst adolescent girls who have never showed signs of gender dysphoria until they became involved in friend groups with multiple "trans kids" in them. A lot of these girls grew up to become lesbian or bisexual women who were just confused during puberty and uncomfortable with the way their body started to develop (2023). In one study, almost 9 in 10 young people questioning their gender seemed to be subject to social influence.

86.7% of the young people in Lisa Littman’s 2018 study [1] belonged to a friend group where one or more friends came out as trans at the same time, and/or had an increase in their use of social media.

Social contagion – the involuntary “catching” of behaviors and attitudes across connected individuals is a well-accepted phenomenon in psychological literature. It is well-documented that adolescents — and females in particular — are prone to social contagion effects, from cutting [4] to eating disorders [5]. Social network analyses suggest that peer contagion underlies the influence of friendship on obesity, unhealthy body images, and expectations.

Upon further investigation, we noticed that Ne-Yo's critics seem very misinformed about what is going on. The American Academy of Pediatrics has decided to do a review of the available data for transitioning children.

Even PinkNews, a British LGBTQIA+ news website, criticized him, even though their country has very recently halted child transition, upon discovering that it causes brain swelling in young children who still believe in The Tooth Fairy. We hope that more people become comfortable with speaking out against doing this to children. The more people who speak out, the quicker it will be prohibited. When Gays Against Groomers gets this outlawed on a national level, the people who defended it are going to be embarrassed of how ignorant they were to the truth.

We would like to thank OANN for allowing us to discuss what our organization stands for on a national level. And we look forward to speaking with them again in the future about these pressing issues.

Watch Judith's appearance here:


[1] Littman, L. (2018). Rapid-onset gender dysphoria in adolescents and young adults: A study of parental reports. PLOS ONE, 13 (8).

[2] Levy, D. A., & Nail, P. R. (1993). Contagion: A theoretical and empirical review and reconceptualization. Genetic, Social, and General Psychology Monographs 119 (2): 233-284.

[3] Burgess, L.G., Riddell, P.M., Fancourt, A. & Murayama, K. (2018). The Influence of Social Contagion Within Education: A Motivational Perspective. Mind, Brain, and Education 12: 164-174.

[4] Hermansson-Webb, E. B. (2014). ‘With Friends Like These…’: The Social Contagion of Non-Suicidal Self-Injury Amongst Adolescent Females. Thesis, Doctor of Philosophy: University of Otago.

[5] Allison, S., Warin, M. & Bastiampillai, T. (2013). Anorexia nervosa and social contagion: Clinical implications. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 48 (2): 116-120.

[6] Dishion, T. J., & Tipsord, J. M. (2011). Peer contagion in child and adolescent social and emotional development. Annual review of psychology 62: 189–214.


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