Transgender Children

While on YouTube searching for something different, I encountered this video of an eleven year-old boy who dresses as a girl (and has done so for some time).

It is a neat follow-up to my previous post: ‘Gender-neutral’ Baby Names (and Abstaining from ‘Traditional Societal Norms’).

There is also an ABC documentary about him, a ‘charity’ called Transkids Purple Rainbow Foundation and a book, I Am Jazz.

On a more general note, Louis Theroux made a programme called “Transgender Kids“:

Louis Theroux travels to San Francisco where a group of pioneering medical professionals help children who say they were born in the wrong body transition from boy to girl or girl to boy at ever younger ages.

At the Child and Adolescent Gender Center at UCSF Hospital Louis meets children who have been diagnosed with gender dysphoria. Louis is told that children as young as three can show signs of rejecting the gender they were assigned at birth, leaving parents with a difficult dilemma – do they start transitioning a child who is still developing their own identity or do they wait and risk making the change once their body has gone through the transformations of puberty?

It is a decision that can be the start of a complex series of medical interventions, from puberty blockers to hormone replacement therapy and eventually gender reassignment surgery. Louis spends time with children and their families as they negotiate their way along this life-changing journey.

What is going on? This was totally unheard of when I was growing up and I assume, for almost everyone.

I reckon that, like homosexual behaviour, feminism and humanism, the constant media conditioning has rewired many people’s brains.

On the ABC documentary, the mother says,

“We all think things like: God made me special because there aren’t very many little girls out there that have a penis”.

See what I mean? Where did this notion come from? When we were kids, we were happy to have sweets and toys, but the truth is that those Y-chromosomes mean that anyone born a boy will always be a male.

There seems to be an obsession with transgenderism and ‘transphobia’ these days: yet another opportunity to increase dysfunction in society, create more divide and conquer and another ‘hate crime’ to restrict freedom of speech.

I am not saying that “gender dysphoria” doesn’t exist or to make light of people who feel “trapped” in the “wrong” body. It cannot be pleasant, but I am sure that love and therapy are the way forward, not “gender reassignment”. How about support and prayer, common sense and straight-talking?

As for a mother, Robynn Weldon, who left a review of the book on Amazon, this is another way children are brainwashed: by their brainwashed parents,

“My 6yo daughter loves it [I Am Jazz] and I am very glad to have this fun introduction to transgender issues. I do have one objection though. The narrative strongly implies that Jazz believes she is a girl *because* she loves pink and mermaids. As a parent trying every day to battle the cultural message that girls like certain things and boys like other things, this is a problem. However, reading it with my daughter did provide a chance to start talking about that exact issue, and ultimately she concluded for herself: “I think we all have a little bit of boy AND girl in us.”

See how people now have this aversion to normal male and female traits, roles and interests?

The confusion is extreme. She doesn’t understand that the “cultural message” is not what it used to be, but is now designed to destroy our Judeo-Christian culture, values and laws.

It is very unhealthy for society. Men are becoming wimps, women more masculine (ironically, some are anti-male) and children must be becoming increasingly confused as time goes by, which simply helps the Controllers destroy society to rebuild it in their own image, as depicted in the Fabian Window.

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