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Dem Donor Platform Donated to a group that hosts underage sex chats

The Democratic Party’s donor platform, ActBlue, donated to a pro-LGBT organization that runs a highly sexual private chat site for minors.

ActBlue, the Democratic Party’s leading donor platform, donated to CenterLink, a pro-LGBT organization that runs a high-sex chat site for minors.

According to CenterLink Annual report 2020ActBlue gave the organization $1,500 or more but less than $5,000.

CenterLink, which bills itself as a membership-based coalition to support the development of strong and sustainable LGBTQ community centers, is involved in a number of activism projects and co-manages the QChat Space, an online sex chat marketed to people as young as 13 who identify as LGBT.

Center Link website Explain “CenterLink has partnered with the Planned Parenthood Federation of America and PFLAG National to develop Q Chat Space: The Digital LGBTQ+ Center.”

He goes on to note that “Q Chat Space is an online space providing real-time, chat-based, facilitated support groups for LGBTQ+ teens (13-19). Conversations are facilitated by experienced staff who work in LGBT centers across the country.

But CenterLink doesn’t admit that the chat site includes a “quick escape” button allowing minors to hide the page from parents, or that topics of conversation include transgender, astrology, sex reassignment surgery and sex. drag culture.

Participation in the chat does not require parental consent.

Breitbart News previously documented the about conversations that QChat hosts. Conversation topics include “Pansexual Panromantic Visibility”, “Body Liberation” and “Understanding Your Sexuality While Being Trans and Non-Binary”. Another topic is called “Exploring: Types of Attractions”.

An academic article on Q Chat in particular rented the model of the organization and its ability to be hidden from parents. The article said: “The chat-based nature of the platform likely helps young people avoid worries about family members accidentally overhearing their conversations the same way they would if they were talking to friends.”

New users are asked to provide their email address, date of birth, zip code and racial origin. The survey also asks, “What is your sexual/romantic orientation?” Additionally, the survey asks respondents to rate their level of agreement with statements such as “I feel positive about my sexual/romantic orientation.” The survey does not require parental consent.

Breitbart News revealed that the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) had promoted QChat Space on their website. In response to the report, eight Republican congressmen sent a letter to the CDC demanding answers.

Breitbart News also revealed that the QChat Space was promoted by the Arizona Department of Education, sparking a lawsuit against Kathy Hoffman, the Democratic Superintendent of Public Instruction. The Arizona GOP has released several advertisements promoting the site.

Another advertisement explains that innocent discussions about Pokemon, Marvel or Star Wars are used to attract minors, who are then invited to have conversations about sex with adults, all without parental approval. He also calls the site “a sexual predator’s dream”.

The same annual report that lists ActBlue as a sponsor also boasts of QChat’s success. He notes that QCat has “served” at least 1,365 different young people and has housed 508 cats.

Spencer Lindquist is a reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter @SpencerLndqst and contact us at


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