Ever heard of persistent environmental pollutants? Also known as POPs, these chemically-related compounds accumulate in the food chain and in the fatty tissue of animals, showing up in meat, dairy products, fish, and shellfish. POPs are highly toxic and are documented to cause developmental problems and interfere with hormones. Dioxins fall under this deadly umbrella, and even the World Health Organization has documented all of this, though they won't utter a word about the Ohio train-wreck-chemical-burn atrocity that just occurred.
Dioxins (polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins) are part of the "dirty dozen" of chemical pollutants and POPs, along with aldrin, chlordane, DDT, dieldrin, endrin, heptachlor, hexachlorobenzen, mirex, polychlorinated biphenyls, polychlorinated dibenzofurans, and toxaphen.
Dioxins can invade the food supply from multiple sources, including bleached paper, herbicides, pesticides, hospital waste, and chemical spills and burns, like the one in East Palestine, Ohio. A developing fetus is most sensitive to dioxin exposure.
Once these hormone disruptors enter the body, they can be stored for the long term in fatty tissue, with a half-life in the body of up to 11 years. The higher the animal is in the food chain, the HIGHER the concentration of these chemicals. Let that sink in for a minute.
The entire "gender fluid" movement and phenomenon is not so confusing once one realizes all the chemicals that are screwing up kids' hormones, even more so today than during the fast food craze of the 1970s and 1980s. Now, pharma shills push pesticides and GMOs as if they are healthy for kids and the environment, and they even publish books about it (and brag about it on pharma-huckster websites), like super-toxic atrazine.
Today's youth are experiencing massive overdoses of estrogen (or testosterone), and then the pendulum swings the wrong way and they experience gender dysphoria, aided and abetted by warped, twisted, and perverted social media and Leftist-liberal school systems. It's not just the frogs and fish that are being turned gay by chemicals. That brings us to the "soy boy" nation.
Did you know that infants that consume soy-based formula experience alterations in hormones and developmental issues from the long-term effects of exposure to estrogen-like compounds found in those formulas? Yes, soy formulas contain high concentrations of plant-based estrogen-like compounds, and since this is the sole food source for many infants in the first six months of life, it can seriously alter their normal development. Just like many estrogen-mimicking chemicals in the environment, genistein alters the endocrine system and interferes with normal hormonal development.
Wondering why so many kids these days are gender confused? The FDA, USDA, and EPA do nothing to regulate and limit these chemicals from getting into the food supply, and in fact, it's just the opposite, as they conveniently turn their heads the other way.
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