The head of a non-partisan educational group dedicated to exposing the homosexual-bisexual-transgender activist agendas is not surprised to see the Smithsonian is again going overboard to positively portray the left's agenda.
The Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History has opened a new display called Girlhood (It's Complicated). One of the exhibit's features is Jazz Jennings, a young man who pretends to be a female.
Peter LaBarbera of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality (AFTAH) tells OneNewsNow transgenderism is associated with a mental condition called gender dysphoria.
"This is a gender-confused boy who thinks he's a girl," LaBarbera reiterates. "So now the whole world, apparently led by the Smithsonian museum, is going along with his delusion, and I think this is very dangerous."
Part of the exhibit deals with Margaret Sanger and her role in girlhood, which today primarily relates to inappropriate sex education, birth control, and abortion. He calls that another jab at girlhood from the left.
"Sanger was a eugenicist and ended up creating an organization which has perpetrated the greatest violence against black America in our country through abortion," the AFTAH president notes.
He adds that rather than sticking to the nation's history, the Smithsonian is promoting political and social ideals.
"The left is in control of academia," he asserts. "They are in control of the media, and they're determined to promote their leftist heroes no matter what Americans think."