A primer on the transgender child movement.

Despite the claims of transgender advocates that they seek to break down the gender binary, the party line they push on parents actually reinforces it. This entry by the Transgender Reality blog exposes the reality.

Pay attention to stories about children who are transgender. Without fail, they are filled to the brim with gender stereotypes. Kids are being diagnosed for playing with the “wrong” toys and liking the “wrong” things. In many of the stories, it is clear that either the parents, or the community, has put great importance in dividing things and interests into “for boys” and “for girls”. Children have a limited understanding of what it means to be a boy or a girl. For example, it’s not uncommon for children to think that the length of someone’s hair is what makes them a boy or a girl. If a child who likes dolls or long hair is told “those things are for girls”, their response might very well be “okay, then I want to be a girl”…

This male child expressed desire to “marry a prince”, and dressed up “as a girl” at home. The parents told the child “[y]ou can go home and live as Danielle, or you can go home and live as Daniel”. Going home and living as Daniel AND wearing dresses was apparently not an option.

2 thoughts on “A primer on the transgender child movement.

  1. stchauvinism December 19, 2015 at 22:53 Reply

    Reblogged this on Stop Trans Chauvinism.

  2. Independent Radical December 20, 2015 at 18:04 Reply

    I do not think it is a coincidence that the trans movement has grown along with the increased gendering of toys, clothing and other items marketed to children. Liberals will claim that closeted transpeople existed all along of course (just like how they claim that closeted practitioners of violent, degrading sex acts existed before soft and hard core pornography made them popular), but unfortunately the closeted and the non-existant look very much alike.

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