Hospital employee says new mandatory DEI training promotes kids changing genders at age 4
The training video showed a mother explaining that her trans child, Elie, was "a girl in her heart and brain" by age 4.
An employee at a large healthcare provider on the West Coast leaked information from mandatory staff training that promotes transitioning children as young as 4 years old.
The employee at Kaiser Permanente requested to remain anonymous, according to Libs of TikTok, who first reported the story.
The employee told the social media account that employees at the hospital were required to watch a video that stated that children know that they are transgender at three or four years old.
"My name is Rose. I'm a transgender girl. I was born a boy, but I always knew that I was a girl," a child said in the video, according to Fox News.
The video also showed a mother explaining that her trans child, Elie, was "a girl in her heart and brain" by age four.
Kaiser Permanente told Fox News Digital that the hospital does not provide gender-affirming treatments to children in that specific age group.
"While the video includes two children speaking about how they view their gender identity, the video does not speak to any adolescent transgender care or treatment plans. Kaiser Permanente does not provide hormone treatments or gender-affirming surgery to 3 and 4-year-olds," the company said in a statement.