Dem platform reportedly donated to group that runs controversial sex chats with LGBT minors

Breitbart News has just revealed that the donor platform of the Democratic Party has previously provided funding to an organization that runs a controversial chat website for LGBT minors. 

That Democratic donor platform, the primary donor platform of the Democratic Party, is ActBlue. And, the organization that ActBlue donated to is CenterLink.

According to its website:

CenterLink is an international nonprofit organization and member-based association of LGBTQ  centers and other LGBTQ organizations serving their local and regional communities. Our mission is to strengthen, support, and connect LGBTQ community centers.

The referred-to controversial chat that CenterLink runs is Q Chat Space.

The details

According to CenterLink’s Q Chate Space page, “Q Chat Space provides live, chat-based, professionally facilitated, online support and discussion groups for LGBTQ+ teens 13-19.”

CenterLink says that Q Chat Space provides “LGBTQ+ youth” with “safe opportunities to chat with others like them within a structure that encourages compassionate interactions and discourages bullying and harassment.”

What CenterLink is more hesitant to admit to is what actually happens in these chats.

Some of the things that are discussed are sex change operations, astrology, drag culture, transgenderism, and more. Here are some examples of the discussion topics that have been hosted by Q Chat Space: “Body liberation,” “Understanding Your Sexuality While Being Trans and Non-Binary,” “Pansexual Panromantic Visibility,” and so on.

Another important point is that even though individuals as young as 13 years old participate in this chat – with adults – no parental consent is required. In fact, Q Chat Space even has a “quick escape” button that allows teen users to hide the webpage from their parents quickly.

Democrat funded

In the past, CenterLink’s Q Chat Space has even been promoted by federal and state governments. The Center for Disease Control (CDC), for example, has promoted it on its webpage.

Now, Breitbart has discovered that ActBlue, the Democratic Party’s primary donor platform, has donated to CenterLink in the past. Breitbart obtained this information from CenterLink’s 2020 Annual Report, which shows that ActBlue donated somewhere between $1,500 and $5,000 to CenterLink that year.

It’s just another example of how the political left is undermining traditional notions of the family by targeting our youth behind the backs of their parents.