BREAKING: Fox News promotes 'glory holes', child sterilization to employees, leaked documents reveal

These are options available to employees when they open their employee portals.

Matt Walsh revealed that Fox Corp., parent company of Fox News, is encourging employees to celebrate Pride month and all things LGBTQIA+, by giving money to groups that encourage sex changes for minors, reading books by trans activists including books about children changing gender, gay erotica, and sharing children books about gender transition with their children, and to attend activist Pride events.

These are options available to employees when they open their employee portals.

"Under the heading 'Support One Another,' Fox encourages employees to donate to @TrevorProject, @AliForneyCenter, and @LALGBTCenter."

The Trevor Project outright encourages minors to transition gender and offers all kinds of resources for kids and teens seeking to do this. They are big on secrecy, too, offering a "quick exit" button on their site so that if kids are interrupted by an adult during their exploration of the site, they can get away fast, with no trace. When a teen is looking for info about detransitioning, the Trevor Project offers absolutely no resources.

Walsh detailed the proclivities of the other charitable groups. "The Ali Forney Center, which Fox praises for rescuing 'homeless LGBT youth,' appears to admit (on Twitter and its website) that it injects these homeless young people with cross-sex hormones, which are known to cause sterilization."

"The Los Angeles LGBT Center, which Fox calls 'unstoppable,' has posted a video of a mother 'surprising' her 'trans daughter; with the child’s first dose of hormones. YouTube removed the footage for terms of service violations, but a screenshot is still on Twitter."

Then comes the recommended reading, and Fox Corp. offers books not just for their employees, but for their children as well.

"Employees are also encouraged to 'expand [their] perspective' by reading books by trans activists, including a memoir titled Fairest “about a precocious boy … who would grow up to become a woman," Walsh reports.

And this book explains what a "glory hole" is. "A glory hole," the book reads, "is an opening drilled into the side of a restroom stall... you slide your cock through and someone on the other side gives you head." There are graphic descriptions of additional sex acts as well. Other books feature gay erotica so that employees can truly celebrate Pride.

"Fox leadership doesn’t just pick out books for its adult employees. They also suggested a pride rainbow-filled kid’s book with a character who comes out as a unicorn, presumably symbolizing coming out as gay or transgender," Walsh reports. Gender transitions for children and teens are a core tenet of the Biden administration's understanding of Pride as well.

Fox also encourages employees to consume queer content via TED Talks, which discusses a woman undergoing a double mastectomy to give her a more masculine appearance, and how this gave her "strength."

And of course, employees are encouraged to attend Pride events, such as one hosted at Fox Corp. And it seems that this stuff isn't just encouraged, but at least subtly enforced. In 2022, Fox Corp. monitored employees' "commitment to DEI. It’s an AI platform called Eskalera, which tracks employees’ commitment to the cult of DEI."

"Fox leadership told employees to sign up for Eskalera so that the AI could help them 'engage in activities that will deepen' their 'understanding of identity' and 'explore more nuanced DEI concepts,'" Walsh reported.

Walsh questions if Fox has any idea who their viewer base is. "Do the executives and owners just not know what’s happening in their company? Are they trying to comply with some onerous New York State Law? Do they not care? Do they actually support this nonsense?" Perhaps, he posits, "Fox leadership isn’t concerned with how the audience feels because they’re not really beholden to those viewers at all. Like YouTube, some of Fox’s largest shareholders are enormous institutional investors, particularly @BlackRock and @Vanguard_Group."

It was reported on Thursday that Fox News denied Trump's request to call in during their 8 pm hour, and that the network has no intention of allowing Trump on the channel without prerecording so they are able to edit his comments.
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