Celebrities Demand Big Tech Censorship Of ‘Hate,’ Anti-LGBT ‘Disinformation’

Several prominent celebrities have signed on to a letter demanding that Big Tech companies censor content that opposes the LGBT agenda — including content that exposes the danger of pushing gender transition on minors.

The letter was directed at Twitter, Meta, YouTube, and TikTok — and was signed by celebrities including Ariana Grande, Haley Baldwin Bieber, Alyssa Milano, Demi Lovato, and “transgender” actress Elliot Page, formerly Ellen Page.

The letter, which originated from radical pro-LGBT groups GLAAD and the Human Rights Campaign, demands that Big Tech companies implement massive censorship policies that crush their political opposition for daring to question the LGBT agenda — characterizing criticism as “online and offline harm.”

“There has been a massive systemic failure to prohibit hate, harassment, and malicious anti-LGBTQ disinformation on your platforms and it must be addressed,” the letter demands. “We speak together with one voice to demand that your companies create and enforce stronger content and ad policies to directly confront the content that is causing online and offline harm to transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming people.”

The letter goes on to falsely claim that so-called “gender-affirming care” — meaning dangerous and irreversible transgender procedures such as hormone treatments, puberty blockers, and gender mutilation surgeries — has been proven to be safe and necessary for “trans people, including youth.”

“Despite the fact that every leading medical and psychological association affirms the safety and necessity of gender-affirming healthcare for trans people, including youth, inflammatory disinformation falsely asserting that this healthcare is dangerous is allowed to fester on your platforms because it drives clicks and profit. Trans youth and their families and care providers are being endangered by your negligence, causing many families to flee their homes,” the letter claims.

The letter then breaks down all of the supposedly objectionable content that the signatories want Big Tech companies to take action against, including so-called “misgendering” — meaning referring to a person by their actual gender, instead of the pronouns they demand others use.

“Targeted misgendering and deadnaming of trans and nonbinary people is a widespread mode of hate speech across all platforms, utilized to bully and harass prominent public figures while simultaneously expressing hatred and contempt for trans and non-binary people in general,” the letter argues.