6.2 Why do Children Attempt to Transition to the Opposite Sex?

 

A Mom found out why after her daughter started to transition.  The Mom wrote:

My daughter was an ultrafeminine girl since birth. She insisted that her room be painted pink, and she refused to wear anything but dresses until third grade. She avoided her older brother’s toys and sports, choosing tea sets and Shopkins, a series of tiny, collectible toys.

Her favorite activity was to slip into my closet and don my few sparkly clothes and shiniest of heels. She rejected sports in favor of art and sewing..

That all abruptly changed when she turned 12. As her body matured into young womanhood, she stopped begging for a bikini and avoided any clothing that accentuated her figure.

Then, my daughter immersed herself into anime art and cosplaying, the hobby of dressing like fantastical characters...I didn’t know that anime and cosplaying involved gender-bending themes and that the community crosses into pedophilic and sexual themes.

I also didn’t know that the older cosplay community groomed the younger cohorts.

During that same time period, my daughter went through Teen Talk.

She came home with a whole new language. She and all her girlfriends discussed their labels—polyamorous, lesbian, pansexual. None of the five girls chose “basic,” their term for a straight girl.

An older girl showed romantic interest in her. I barred that girl from our home.  I learned later that she had molested my daughter.

When my daughter was in the eighth grade, as a Christmas gift, I took her to SacAnime, an anime convention in Sacramento, California. There, she met a girl three years her senior, but light years more mature....

The older girl went by “they.” After their meeting, my daughter got a boy’s haircut, stopped shaving, and asked for boys’ underwear. My daughter parroted everything about the older teen.

She started making gross TikTok videos, her language became vulgar, and she redecorated her room to look like a cave. She self-pierced her nose with one of those bull rings. She broke every family rule. She was morphing into an emo-Goth-vampirelike creature.  She was unrecognizable. Her personality descended into anger and rudeness.

The summer before ninth grade, she announced that she was transgender. Post-announcement, she began to threaten suicide. She sunk into deep depression.

My daughter’s electronic devices were filled with TikTok videos and YouTubers talking about how great they feel now that they had “transitioned.”

There were messages in which strangers told her to kick my head in because I was a “transphobe” for refusing to call her a male name.

 Her Mom after finding out what was going on kept her daughter away from the online people who were confusing her.  She got her daughter psychiatric help.  Now her daughter is back to her feminine, happy and kind self. 

This horror story had a happy ending.  Not all do.  Jessica Konen is a mother whose daughter never returned to her feminine happy self.  Her daughter was manipulated by teachers in school into transitioning and into hiding what she was doing from her mother.

 

Another mother found out that her daughter's 7th grade teachers were pressuring her daughter into believing that she was transgender.  Covid saved her girl because then she had to learn remotely and her teachers couldn't pressure her anymore.  Then her daughter reverted back to her normal happy girl self. 

 Gender confusion is not just a teen problem.  Adults are confused as well and adults confuse children who think adults know better.  For most of human history the majority of adults believed that there were two genders.  Now many adults believe your gender is the gender you want it to be.  

Here is a horror story told by Sydney Watson about adults convincing children they are transgender. 

 

Some parents are confused by their children and by other adults.  The adults start by believing that boys can be trapped in girls bodies and girls can be trapped in boys bodies.  They might mention that that can be true to their child.  Then one day their little girl says, "Mommy I'm a boy" or their little boy says "I'm a girl".   Then these parents take their child off to a person claiming to be an expert in such things who tells them that their children are right and should take hormones and have surgery.  Or they take their child straight to a doctor who by law is not allowed to tell their child that they're not transgender.  These laws are in violation of the first amendment to the constitution which states that "Congress shall make no law that ... abridges the freedom of speech."  In the condensed video below, Matt Walsh tells us why just because a child says something is true, doesn't mean it is.  He mentions the Reimer twins.  I took their story out of the video below because it is so terrible and not suitable in my opinion for children. 



Abigail Shrier talks about the reasons so many girls teen girls having are transitioning to the opposite sex.  She said they have gender dysphoria.  Gender dysphoria means a feeling of discomfort and misery for being a male or female.  One point to make here is that these people may be feeling miserable and not know why and concluding that they feel this way because they are trapped in the wrong body. 



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