Villanova to Host ‘How to Talk to Kids About Gender Identity’

According to an ad shared with CatholicVote, an hour-long discussion titled ‘How to Talk to Your Kids About Gender Identity’ is set to take place at Villanova University just outside Philadelphia this Monday.

The talk is scheduled to be held in the lower level of Villanova’s Falvey Library. One of its speakers is an employee of the Catholic university’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) office.

Founded in 1842, Villanova is affiliated with the Order of Saint Augustine (Augustinians).

“Join Parenthood Collective on Monday, April 29, in the IDEA Lab in Falvey from noon to 1 p.m. for an open discussion on how to talk to your kids about gender identity,” states the short ad, which includes the Villanova logo.

“Lori Pineiro Sinitzky (she/her), program coordinator, and Lain Carter (he/him), education and training specialist from Villanova’s Office of [DEI], will provide an understanding of gender identity and ways to support children in gender exploration,” the ad continues.

The Falvey Library is named in honor of Fr. Daniel P. Falvey, OSA, a Catholic Augustinian priest who died in 1962. According to Villanova Magazine, Falvey “dedicated nearly half his life to the Library.”

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