Groomerpedia is a project to document and catalogue as many people, groups, and events as possible of child grooming in the LGBT community.
What is grooming? We define grooming as the creation of relationships and the use of power and positions of influence to bring children into what is both sexually unnatural and immoral. The LGBT community is inherently unnatural and immoral and so all work to make children transition genders, bringing them to drag queen shows and pride events, and otherwise exposing themselves to a community that is inherently sexual and inherently deviant is child grooming. For my justification for this, see Romans 1:26-27.
Child grooming by the LGBT community and their allies, including the media, education system, and medical industry is extremely frequent and extremely prevalent. Most who are at least somewhat in tune with current events have heard or can recall the names Desmond Is Amazing, James Younger, or Jazz Jennings. These are only the most popular, most mainstream names of children who were made into drag queens to dance for grown men in bars or given life-altering hormones and medication while their parents and supporting media apparatus force the world to refer to them as a sex that they are quite obviously not.
There are thousands upon thousands of instances of these things occurring, some of which go back decades in a pattern of escalation which has only now surfaced as extremely mainstream and common. Currently, these events enter the news cycle for only a few days, if not hours, after which they are promptly forgotten by the majority of people if they are even remembered at all. The vast majority of groomers get away with it with little to no consequences. Instead, they are often rewarded with even more influence, money, and power by the powerful people that enable them. We hope to demonstrate just how widespread and common this is by listing as many of those who are responsible in one place so that the full weight of the issue can be grasped.
For any questions, tips, events, or issues please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.