LGBTQ Chest-Binding for Young Girls Similar to Ancient China’s Cruel Foot-Binding Practice

The transgender cult movement is aggressively targeting little girls in a way that is similar to what was seen in China over 100 years ago.

It seems that young girls are being socially objectified by the transgender movement and groomed in a way that goes against the nature of their body’s development. Experts are referring to it as a “social peer contagion.”

Amber Lavigne, a mom in the state of Maine, is seeing the aggressive targeting of her daughter first-hand. Her daughter, a student at Great Salt Bay Community School, was secretly provided with a chest-binder; a device that is meant to strap growing breasts down, hinder their development, hide them, and help gender transition. When Amber complained, she was met with fierce opposition.

Over 100 years ago, Chinese missionaries saw similar opposition by those in favor of forcefully transforming the bodies of young girls. When missionaries first started schools in China in the 1800’s, they fought against foot-binding. Grace Stottt, a missionary during that time, talks about starting the very first all-girls school in Wenzhou. When Grace did not allow foot-binding, the anger was sharp and fierce. She wrote:

When the parents saw [we didn’t allow foot-binding], they thought the time had come to make a fuss about [the little girl’s] feet. They seemed to think I should be sure to give way rather than lose the pretty little thing that was so winning; so one day a message was brought to me that the child’s mother had been crying night and day, for some time; that she was then tearing her hair, bemoaning the fate of her child who should grow up with feet like a man; she would never get a husband, for who would care for a girl with large feet? She therefore requested me to send her home, as she would rather beg from door to door than see her daughter so disgraced.

I was firm, they unwillingly gave in, and so our first battle against foot-binding was fought and won.

Foot-binding, like chest-binding, is a painful process used to keep young girls feet from growing by applying force or pressure to counteract the growth process.

A chest binder is an especially dangerous device, more deadly than foot-binding, because of its proximity to vital organs. Chest binding inflicts pain on young girls during the most important stages of their development and in an in-depth study, 97.2% of users experienced some kind of pain:

1. Back pain (53.8%)
2. Overheating (53.3%)
3. Chest pain (48.8%)
4. Shortness of breath ((46.6%)
5. Itching (44.9%)
6. Bad posture (40.3%)
7. Shoulder pain (38.9)

Some of the more serious symptoms common with chest-binding included, rib fractures, spinal changes, shoulders popping out of place, muscle wasting, respiratory infections, trouble breathing, scarring, infections, and of course breast changes.

There seems to be something in the nature of human beings that wishes to fight against the Creator, rejecting what we have been created to be for what we wish to be. This desire can be arguably forgivable if we only victimize ourselves, but when we wish to victimize small children in the process, then it is an evil that Christians have a duty to resist in order to protect the innocent from physical harm.

Dr. Eugene Bach is a known trouble-maker with an active imagination and sinful past. He has a PhD, but is not a real doctor, so please do not call for him during a medical emergency on an airplane when someone is having a heart attack. Eugene started working for Back to Jerusalem in the year 2000 after a backroom deal involving Chinese spies, the NRA, Swiss bankers, and a small group of Apostolic Christians that only baptize in Jesus’ name. He spends most of his time in closed countries attempting to topple governments by proclaiming the name of Jesus and not taking showers. From time-to-time he pretends to be a writer. He is not good at it, but everyone around him tries to humor him.

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  1. geometry dash subzero

    Like chest-binding, foot-binding is a painful practise that is intended to prevent the feet of young females from developing.

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