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Posted By: StormCnter, 8/2/2020 8:04:44 AM

A few years ago, three things happened in the course of a single week in my life. First, a friend told me about a letter her daughter, then 11, had received from her closest summer-camp friend. The girl had some big news: She was now a boy. Then, another mother told me she and her daughter were sitting at a synagogue lunch when they were joined by a man who “presented” as a woman. And I received a lengthy email from my daughter’s swim coach at the local YWCA—a man whose missives had never included anything besides practice times and requests for volunteer timers—

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Reply 1 - Posted by: ramona 8/2/2020 8:28:22 AM (No. 497329)
Superb writing, and an excellent response to anyone who feels pressured to accept this new cult. Thanks for posting. Ramona (the Pest)
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Reply 2 - Posted by: franq 8/2/2020 8:33:37 AM (No. 497336)
Indeed. A self-diagnosed malady that does lasting damage. I remember some articles a while ago where it was "cool" for some circles to have a trans child. Discussed at wine and cheese parties. You get the picture. God help us.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Venturer 8/2/2020 8:45:57 AM (No. 497353)
Anyone who will accept Transgenders as not mentally ill will accept anything.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: secondtimelucky 8/2/2020 8:53:42 AM (No. 497362)
I never ever thought about the violent porn aspect. I guess I just never considered that an "early adolescent" girl would be involved in watching violent porn. I have to admit, the porn-iest my young me ever experienced was secretly reading a hidden copy of Lady Chatterly's Lover. I didn't see my first porn film until I was well into my 20's, and that was almost funny. The guy always wore black socks. What was the story about that??? But that all was another time, another place, another era. 100 years ago we were so dang innocent. Kids' innocence has well and truly been stolen.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: maryann4629 8/2/2020 9:03:32 AM (No. 497380)
I bought this book on Kindle the other day. It is _an absolute MUST READ. The world is going crazy when "professional" people who are supposed to care about children are enabling very young girls to make permanently life-altering choices.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: zephyrgirl 8/2/2020 9:11:02 AM (No. 497390)
More proof (as if you need it) that the counseling profession is full of sociopaths and psychopaths who delight in ruining lives.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: chillijilli 8/2/2020 9:36:44 AM (No. 497428)
Excellent, timely article. I just received an email from a colleague which ended with her name, followed by "She/Her/Hers." I guess she has the need to let everyone know she's woke and on trend. Probably ~ 10% will think she's a wonderful person, while the other 90% must think she's nuts. But since the media speaks for the minority, the news gets distorted when it's repeated 24/7 everywhere we look. After awhile, She/Her/Hers starts to sound and look normal and the 90% silent majority just keep their head down quietly to avoid being labeled sexist or racist or whatever. But there's a slow burn going on, just under the skin; I know it's there and I feel it, too. As far as the Trans movement, I've read many theories from highly-educated psychologists worldwide. There is a growing consensus in Europe that adolescents are nowadays bombarded with porn and the resulting pressure to be sexually active earlier than the kids feel comfortable. One way to avoid that peer pressure is to claim possible gender identification issues. Suddenly, the fear of being ridiculed and ostracized for NOT performing sexually morphs into empathy and support for NOT performing sexually. Instead of trying to eradicate the root cause (removing adolescents' access to porn), we Americans tend to instead deal with trying to treat the effect (trying to re-educate society and teach Trans acceptance). Other theories that are interesting include the high percentage of Trans kids who are the eldest sibling in a family---with a younger sibling of the opposite sex. Some older children felt abandoned with the new baby's arrival and resented their parents' attention shifting to the new child. This was especially true if the new arrival was the opposite sex. In some children's immature minds, the reason the baby got more attention and love was because their parent's preferred the other gender. Just because adolescents don't want to be GIRLS, it doesn't mean they want to be BOYS! (or vice versa). Amen to that. Maybe, just maybe...they simply don't want to be adolescents in today's world?
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Reply 8 - Posted by: fourpmfox 8/2/2020 9:38:17 AM (No. 497430)
This phenomenon is an example of why it is SO IMPORTANT for a father to be present in a home with children !!!
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Reply 9 - Posted by: GreatGreyhounds 8/2/2020 10:12:53 AM (No. 497478)
It’s really easy! There’s He, She, and It! If you’re in the It category, you need professional help...
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Jesuslover54 8/2/2020 11:13:49 AM (No. 497560)
Transgenderism is a malady that is also bullsh!t.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Daisymay 8/2/2020 1:34:40 PM (No. 497732)
I probably would have been one of those moms who yanked my daughter out of school, moved her out of the State to stay with a member of my Family. I would not have allowed her to mutilate herself in any way. I had a daughter who was very stubborn about what she wanted to wear in High School. I simply refused to buy it. We had many fights in a dressing room during those years of 14 to 18. I had the power of the purse! She could stomp and slam all the doors she wanted. I was the mom and it was up to me not to allow her to wear all Black clothes like the druggies did! Once she matured and grew up, she thanked me for it, But I heard a lot of "I hate you" before that! The problem now days is Parents think they need to be "friends" with their children. They don't! It's not their job! The job they have is to raise their children to be Adults who contribute something to Society! It's a parent's job to set a good example of how to raise a family. How to clean and take care of a home. How to cook. In general, teach them the skills they will need to get along in life! Parents now don't teach their kids anything! They let their 3 year old pick out their clothes! They let their kids tell them what they will and won't eat at the dinner table. They let their Teens come home at all hours of the morning and say nothing! THAT'S why we have mixed up boys and girls!
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Reply 12 - Posted by: dbdiva 8/2/2020 2:25:58 PM (No. 497777)
I was a bit surprised at this piece - I guess because I've heard much more about men transitioning to be women than girls wanting to be boys. As far as I'm concerned the "proper" pronoun will always be the one that describes an individual's gender at birth. That's why I will always refer to Dr. Dick (aka "Rachel") Levine as he, him, his. I refuse to be sucked into the trans world's mentally ill delusions. I would be interested in having someone follow these poor girls for the next 10-15 years. I would bet that most of them will regret what they have done; regret the lives they could have had. #11's response brought back memories for me. She sounds exactly like my mother!! Neither of my parents put up with any nonsense from me. I can just hear them now if I had stated I wanted to be a boy. It would not have been pretty. Of course things were much different in the fifties.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: F16 guy 8/2/2020 5:16:50 PM (No. 497888)
Look at this statistic and tell me we're dealing with body dysmorphia intelligently: More than half of transgender male teens who participated in the survey reported attempting suicide in their lifetime, while 29.9 percent of transgender female teens said they attempted suicide. Among non-binary youth, 41.8 percent of respondents stated that they had attempted suicide at some point in their lives. Many transgender young people experience family rejection, bullying and harassment, or feel unsafe for simply being who they are - all of which can be added risk factors for suicide. The populism of body dysmorphia is a social construct enhanced by the abuse of social media day in and day out among those uner 25.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: ColonialAmerican1623 8/3/2020 2:21:14 AM (No. 498146)
# 11 Good to know someone else lived thru the "black clothes" syndrome. To me, part of the problem is scatterbrain mothers. You know, the ones you see in the grocery store asking a toddler what they want to eat or buy. They are so insecure that it's anything to get attention. This is how it goes: You adopted a black child ? Me too. You adopted a child from China ? Me too. You adopted a child from Russia ? Me too. You have a gay son ? Me too. Your daughter is a lesbian ? Mine too. Your child is a transsexual ? Mine too. Notice fathers aren't saying this nonsense and probably left when he noticed they were bat guano crazy? In the old days these mothers were just alcoholics.
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