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O'Reilly On Children Dressing As The Opposite Gender: "I Don't Think That Should Be Happening" After Age 11

June 05, 2013 2:41 pm ET

From the June 4 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor:

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O'REILLY: Dr. Daria Schooler, Columbus, Indiana: "Adam Carolla was right that the gender-bending program in a Milwaukee elementary school was bullying against students and their parents. Promoting gender identity to little children is a progressive tactic to encourage alternate lifestyles."

Elizabeth Lewis, Brooklyn, New York: "I work at a preschool where children often dress up and play in clothing of the other gender. They are expressing themselves happily."

Little kids can do that, but once you get into 10 and 11, I don't think that should be happening.

Previously:

Fox Reporter Calls Transgender Woman A “Burly Man Wearing A Dress”

Bill O'Reilly's Parenting Advice: Punish Boys Who Like The Color Pink

Laura Ingraham Dispenses Dangerous Advice For Raising Transgender Youth