Trans Comedian Removed from Children’s Charity Following Public Nudity Stunt

A children’s charity which partnered with a controversial transgender comedian appears to have lied about his past involvement with children. Trans-identified male comedian Jordan Gray was recently removed from his role with Educate & Celebrate after fully exposing his penis on live television.

Educate & Celebrate is a UK children’s charity which purports to “embed gender, gender identity and sexual orientation into the fabric of your School or Organisation.” The charity had previously partnered with Gray, as evidenced by a publicly-listed “patrons” page which was pulled from their site following recent controversy.

Gray sparked backlash last week after a highly controversial television performance in which he stripped completely naked and played the piano with his penis. Gray had performed a rendition of his song “Better Than You,” in which he boasted of being superior to biological women.

Educate & Celebrate has since issued a statement announcing Gray’s removal from his role, but claimed that Gray had “never gone into schools” and had limited interaction with children throughout his tenure.

In the statement, which was released on October 26, Educate & Celebrate claimed: “As far as the charity are aware, Jordan Gray has never gone into schools and the charity have never requested Jordan carry out work for or on behalf of Educate & Celebrate, either in a voluntary or paid capacity. Trustees of Educate & Celebrate had no knowledge of Jordan Gray appearing on Channel 4’s Friday Night Live until it was brought to our attention via social media.”

The statement had been issued just five days after Gray’s Channel 4 appearance, which subsequently received a mix of praise and harsh criticism. Among critical responses, concerned citizens were sharing the comedian’s connection to the children’s charity. 

Despite the charity’s claim that “Jordan Gray has never gone into schools,” a 2016 interview with Gray for GuysLikeU was uncovered by internet sleuths. During the interview, Gray stated “I go into schools to talk about gender” as part of his work with Educate & Celebrate.

“Young minds are very accepting,” Gray said to GuysLikeU. “It’s teenagers who are harder to get through to. It’s good to educate these kids when they are young.”

In addition to the interview, a video from two years ago of Gray speaking at Passmores Academy in Essex County, England has started to circulate on social media. The video is raising questions about Educate & Celebrate’s credibility. 

In the video, Gray speaks to a room of young students for International Women’s Day. Gray’s attempt to deliver career advice appears to fall flat on the youth, who listen unresponsively.

“Stories are so valuable, we crave them so much. All we want is narrative, and it’s thousands of years old. I’m not a historian… [but] the Greeks and the Romans, all those old people, they all had stories,” Gray said to the class.

In the interview with GuysLikeU, Gray also said that he was part of a scheme introducing “inspirational women” to youngsters.

“I’m here today as part of a scheme I understand to be called ‘Inspirational Women’s Day,’ where a number of women are brought in [to classrooms] from various fields. We speak to every age group about how they can pursue a career in that field,” Gray said.

Gray also stated that when talking to the younger students, “I’ve opened the floor up to speak about career and transgenderism, and it tends to lean to the latter, which is great, that’s my bread and butter, I understand that phenomenon … They’ve been great, I wish I had the bravery to do this more often.”

Reduxx previously reported that Peter Tatchell was listed alongside Gray as a patron of the children’s charity. Tatchell has previously made statements in support of pedophilia and questioning age of consent laws. Tatchell, a former leader of the Gay Liberation Front, authored an obituary in The Independent for Ian Dunn, founder of the former pedophile activist organization the Pedophile Information Exchange (PIE).

Tatchell also published an essay in an anthology released by former vice-chairman of PIE, Warren Middleton, wherein he argued that argued that “children have sexual desires at an early age” and should be “educated” so that they can decide when they want to have sex. 

In recent months, criticism of children’s charities promoting “gender identity” to youth has escalated in response to what critics denounce as the sexualization of children. At the beginning of October, a trustee for children’s charity Mermaids resigned after it was revealed that he had advocated favorably for pedophilia and praised a creator of child sexual abuse materials.

The Charity Commission of England and Wales had launched a regulatory compliance probe into Mermaids only a week prior. The charitable organization authority said the investigation was in response to complaints it received about Mermaids. One of the incidents reported was from a mother whose 14-year-old son was being encouraged to send sexualized photos of himself to strangers he encountered through the Mermaids website.

Last week, The Telegraph published the findings of leaked “gender diversity” training documents provided to NHS medical staff. Doctors were warned about “TERFs” and were instructed on “kinks,” and BDSM was mentioned as a community closely tied to transgenderism.

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Yuliah Alma

Yuliah is a former researcher and journalist at Reduxx. She lives on the American east coast, and is an avid reader and book collector.

Yuliah Alma
Yuliah Alma
Yuliah is a former researcher and journalist at Reduxx. She lives on the American east coast, and is an avid reader and book collector.