A new children’s book about women will feature a profile on U.S. official Rachel Levine, a man who identifies as a transgender woman, and feature an introduction from Chelsea Clinton, the Blaze reports.
Levine, the assistant secretary for health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, also leads the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps.
The book – which targets an audience of young girls – uses female pronouns to refer to Levine, a biological man. In Levine’s profile, the book simplifies and normalizes transgenderism, a complex condition that drives uber-high suicide rates.
“Rachel was born transgender or trans for short. That means that she was born with a boy body, but on the inside, in her mind and in her heart, she was a girl,” the text reads.
“The first time that Rachel knew for sure that she was a trans girl was when she was five years old.”
In the official description of the storybook, Levine is celebrated as a ‘woman’ who “spoke up” and “rose up” to become the first transgender government official confirmed by the Senate, and the first transgender “four-star admiral” in the commissioned corps.
It is important to note that Levine has zero military experience whatsoever.
“Inspired by the #1 New York Times bestseller ‘She Persisted’ by Chelsea Clinton and Alexandra Boiger comes a chapter book series about women who spoke up and rose up against the odds–including Rachel Levine!” the description reads.
“As the first openly transgender government official to hold an office that requires Senate confirmation, the first openly transgender four-star officer in uniform service, and the first female four-star admiral in the commissioned corps, Rachel Levine faced many obstacles throughout her life. But she persisted through them all and showed kids of all genders that they can succeed in their dreams too.”
Levine recently declared that medicine and science are being “politically perverted” and destroying lives, and many Twitter users found the statement to be quite ironic.
“Medicine and science are being politically perverted," complains Rachel Levine, despite being the product of politically perverted science. pic.twitter.com/sm0MwXOqAr
— Ben Kew 🐶 (@ben_kew) February 16, 2023
The book, published by Penguin Random House, is scheduled for release on June 6.