Gays Against Groomers – Meg Martinez: Why I Joined Gays Against Groomers

Feb 26, 2023 | 0 comments


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When Michael, our Editor In Chief, asked us to write a letter explaining why we wanted to be a part of Gays Against Groomers, it took me longer than I expected. So, come with me on my journey as to how and why I ended up running the Long Beach Chapter with my wife, Jen.

“OMG! Babe! Look at what I just saw on Twitter!” My wife ran into the living room from outside excited to show me a tweet from TheGayWhoStrayed. I don’t remember the exact words that Jaimee tweeted, but the ones that stood out were “Gays Against Groomers.”

We both had been following Jaimee for a while. Jen has always been the one who found the people, made the connections, and I was the “tag along” in most cases. I was never a twitter fan. I had made an account a few years back but never went on. Jen, on the other hand, was introduced by me. It was 2016 and the presidential elections were on fire, and she wanted to talk about politics. I wasn not into it then, so I told her to join twitter because that is where all of the political talk is. Yeah, yeah, yeah… that was the beginning of the end for our indoctrinated life as we knew it. Thank God.

After I saw those 3 words, “Gays Against Groomers,” a flood of emotions ran through my head. Then I looked up and saw her eyes. I saw a sense of relief. Finally, she found someone who understood her (other than me). I felt like finally there was another lesbian in the world like us.

A few weeks before Jen saw the tweet, our dear friend, Mike Harlow, added us to a twitter chat with some other like-minded homos who had our same mindset. That’s when I met my soon-to-be unofficially adopted gay son, Michael from NYC. It was about 3 weeks after we saw Jaimee’s post that Michael asked us to join another chat for Gays Against Groomers. That is when it happened again. The flood of emotions in my head, that I couldn’t quite place what exactly were just yet. All I really knew was that I had to join the chat.

What I had seen on Twitter was that GAG (as we now call it) was about saving kids from being indoctrinated into medically transitioning and keeping pedos out of our LGB and T community. I didn not know that it ran so much deeper for me.

I have always had an analogy for my life. Life is like an onion. The more layers you peel back…the more you cry. I have been a sexual assault victim by multiple people, men and women, almost every year of my life. I was an only child and loved spending time with my dad. He would be in the garage, working on something and would teach me how to use tools and build. I was born a tomboy. I spent my free time climbing trees, mud pies, hated shoes, building forts with scrap wood and rusty nails, and LOVED He-Man… not She-Ra. Seriously, I had every action figure – even had Castle GraySkull.

When the sexual assault started, I became withdrawn. To this day, my mom swears she didn’t notice but I remember it. I still enjoyed some girly things, like playing barbies. Although my barbies were married and Ken lived in the shoe box garage. I didn’t really want to acknowledge that I was a girl. I still played house but the boys weren’t allowed to play. It was just me and my girl friends. I took on the more masculine role as the dad. This just continued into my early teens where I would solely shop in the boys dept for clothes but still was in Color Guard. Dichotomy is probably the best term to describe me then and now. You should see me change a flat tire on the side of the 405 fwy, during rush hour, in LA, while wearing red lipstick and heels.

Reflecting on my life, during the first month or so after joining GAG, it hit me: If I would have grown up nowadays, I would have been transed. I cried by myself a lot for a few weeks after realizing. Then thinking of all the little girls like me who’d just grow up to be lesbians, GONE. It devastates me. But that was just the first realization I had.

When time came to speak at my first school board meeting (LAUSD) and really deep diving into what the schools are normalizing, it sent me for a whole other slew of emotions that I was not prepared for. I kept reading the types of sexual education that kids are being taught. The books they are given to read, the discussions, pronoun nonsense, and it broke me. That was when I realized exactly why I joined Gays Against Groomers. It was to save these kids from the childhood I had and fight to just “let the kids be kids.”

Writing, or even reading through, that last paragraph brings tears to my eyes. If anyone reading this has seen any of my speeches online, just know the experiences I share about my past are heard to listen to but important to understand. It’s not a story. It’s not fiction. It’s my life. It’s what happens when you let a child be groomed into thinking that sex is okay and to explore yourself before you even understand what that means. The life long lasting effects of being indoctrinated into sexual normalcy causes damage that can never be undone.

Fast forward to now and I have a clear-cut reason as to why I joined this organization. It’s not about me, although it’s been therapeutic to share my past, it is about the next generation. Going viral, likes, follows, clicks, and views mean absolutely nothing to me, except that it could help save one more child. That one child would mean that my life, and this fight, have all been worth it.

So, as you can tell, I did not necessarily know why I joined GAG at first but just chose the path I knew I had to follow. In turn, I have gained a family of gay people that I never thought I would have. I have met and formed friendships with parents and supporters that I may have never met. Most importantly, I’ve gained a purpose in my life that I had never thought I would be able to find. Now, I can make a difference in children’s lives to preserve their innocence – the kind of innocence I wish I could’ve had.

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​Gays Against Groomers

Gays Against Groomers is a coalition of gay people who oppose the recent trend of indoctrinating, sexualizing and medicalizing children under the guise of “LGBTQIA+”

Our community that once preached love and acceptance of others has been hijacked by radical activists who are now pushing extreme concepts onto society, specifically targeting children in recent years.

The overwhelming majority of gay people are against what the community has transformed into, and we do not accept the political movement pushing their agenda in our name.

Gays Against Groomers directly opposes the sexualization and indoctrination of children. This includes drag queen story hours, drag shows involving children, the transitioning and medicalization of minors, and gender theory being taught in the classroom.

The activists, backed by school boards, government, woke media, and corporations, have been speaking on our behalf for too long. When fighting for equality, our goal was to successfully integrate ourselves into society, but now these radicals aim to restructure it entirely in order to accommodate a fringe minority, as well as seek to indoctrinate children into their ideology. 

We’re saying NO.  

There are millions of gays within the community that want nothing to do with this Alphabet religion and join the fight with parents and concerned people everywhere to protect children. We also aim to return sanity and reclaim the community we once called our own. 

The gay community is not a monolith. Those pushing this agenda do not represent or speak for us all, nor do we want to be associated with them in any way. What we are witnessing is mass scale child abuse being perpetrated on an entire generation, and we will no longer sit by and watch it happen.


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