People Are Cancelling Their Accounts And Boycotting PayPal For Banning ‘Gays Against Groomers,’ A Coalition In Support Of Protecting Kids Against Harmful LGBTQIA+ Propaganda

By Nicole Dominique
·  2 min read
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PayPal has allegedly banned Gays Against Groomers, a group dedicated to protecting children from radical LGBTQIA+ propaganda.

Gays Against Groomers is an alliance of gay people who are opposed to “the recent trend of indoctrinating, sexualizing and medicalizing children under the guise of ‘LGBTQIA+’.” The group is dedicated to fighting against LGBTQIA+ individuals who target children by pushing their agendas onto them. Some of these agendas include affirmation surgeries and pubertal blockers for minors, drag or pride events involving kids, and gender theory being taught in classes. The group believes that the movement – once focused on love and acceptance – has been politicized and hijacked by “radical” activists who are often supported by mainstream media, school boards, corporations, and government officials. Just recently, PayPal has allegedly banned Gays Against Groomers while still allowing the MAP (minor-attracted people) Club to have access to their services.

“@PayPal banned us for being against pedophilia, but allow actual pedophile groups to use their services unabated,” the coalition tweeted. “#BoycottPayPal.”

Since then, the hashtag “#BoycottPayPal” has trended, and users are actively closing their PayPal accounts in solidarity with the gay coalition group. With PayPal banning Gays Against Groomers, it’s clear where they stand: They don’t support free speech, and they have no issue with staying in business with groups who are trying to normalize sexual attraction to children. Many charities and organizations utilize PayPal to receive donations, so the group has had to turn to other avenues to receive money.

Additionally, four of PayPal’s employees are all a part of the World Economic Forum, and the WEF is known for pushing for a one-world government and the digitalization of currency. More people are using their credit cards these days, and the younger generation hardly ever carries cash. So, what does this mean for the individuals in the future who decide to speak out against certain agendas? Will they be banned from being able to pay with their cards? If so, how will they survive? Is our society heading in a dystopian direction, where the only individuals who can participate in society are the ones who adhere to the majority-approved ideology and rules?

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