At a showing for the new documentary “Trans Wreck,” State Rep. Briscoe Cain (R-Deer Park) advised parents in the audience to let the school districts know they’re watching because “we’ve been too quiet for too long.”

In an hour and fifteen minutes, “Trans Wreck” takes the audience through the hazards of the malignant gender ideologies sweeping through the youngest generation via public schools and social media.

“Trans Wreck” tells the stories of several individuals and how trans ideology—the idea that you can become whatever gender (or creature) you feel like—is harming families across the country.

Walt Heyer is a man whose grandmother crossdressed him as a child while an uncle molested him. After receiving what he calls a “misdiagnosis” of gender dysphoria, he transitioned in the 1980s, only to find that it created more problems and did not heal him of his past.

Heyer attempted suicide before later detransitioning, when he reverted to identifying as a male and corrected the biological sex indicated on his altered birth certificate. He now works with families to combat these harmful ideologies by sharing his story.

“When people say they’re transgender, we say, ‘No, you’re not.’ When people say they’re transitioning, ‘No, you can’t.’ When people say they have gender dysphoria, I say, ‘No, you don’t,’” explained Heyer. “See, if we use their language, we are giving them power to destroy our nation.”

Jeff Younger is the Texas father fighting to stop his ex-wife from transitioning his son James in the internationally known child abuse case. James’ mother (although not his biological one) told him he was a girl as a toddler and wants to force him—against his father’s wishes—to take sterilizing puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones and eventually be castrated.

“This insidious practice, this trans scam, this child abuse is going to ruin this country,” says Younger. “This is the hill to die on. This is the denial of the ultimate and most fundamental reality of personhood. If we lose this battle, all battles in the future will be lost.”

Abigail Martinez is a mother who faced the unfathomable when the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services removed her daughter Yaeli from her home for Abigail’s refusal to affirm Yaeli’s belief that she was a boy and help her medically transition. Martinez says she knew transitioning would not help her daughter, but LA DCFS took away Yaeli when she was 16 years old. “I tried my best to get her back … going to court every single month,” recalls Martinez.

Indeed, transitioning did not solve Yaeli’s mental health struggles.

“She walked in front of the train tracks, facing a train,” Martinez recounted. “She went on her knees, raised her arms up, and just laid on the tracks.”

There was nothing recognizable of Yaeli’s remains.

“They killed my daughter. They had to pick pieces of her off of the track.”

“Trans Wreck” shows how schools are promoting these dangerous gender ideologies and deliberately hiding their activity from parents. Scores of parents and teachers—from Loudon County, Virginia, to Conroe, Texas—recount their experiences trying to fight back.

Scott Mineo, a Loudon County father, connects the propagation of gender ideologies and social-emotional learning to strings attached to the COVID-19 funding the federal government gave to school districts.

In Conroe ISD, teachers describe how they have spoken out against the school district for warning them not to inform parents if their children are struggling with their “gender identity.”

Conservative commentator Melissa Tate argues “government schools are unsafe” and questions why parents would leave their children for eight hours with teachers that they wouldn’t allow to babysit for 30 minutes.

Heyer says the first thing he tells parents struggling with their child’s gender identity is to remove them from school because the school counselors and psychologists will only further perpetuate the child’s delusions.

Brandon Showalter, a journalist exposing the transgender movement, highlights how doctors are lying to parents when they claim transitioning will “solve” a child’s mental health struggles.

“I blame the medical institutions who are doing this,” said Showalter. “We’re experimenting on a generation.”

Jeff Younger concurs, asserting that transitioning one child is a $4 million lifetime income stream for these clinics. There’s “big business in abusing children,” says Younger.

Dr. Carol Swain of the Texas Public Policy Foundation says it’s “shocking that we aren’t protecting our children.”

Cain advised parents to investigate what is happening in their children’s schools, urging them to “be proactive” and not wait until there is a scandal.

“Trans Wreck” can be viewed here.

Sydnie Henry

A born and bred Texan, Sydnie serves as the Managing Editor for Texas Scorecard. She graduated from Patrick Henry College with a B.A. in Government and is utilizing her research and writing skills to spread truth to Texans.