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Some months ago I think December or near December I asked if its true that if god made you a girl you should stay as a girl and if your a boy stay a boy, is it really ok to be transgender or genderfluid or  Agender? Just questioning it again because I’m pretty sure my brother is the only one that has accepted me being not cis and because I’m not like any other boy I know I’m more kind, more mature, and more sensitive I think there’s more difference than that but those are the ones I could think of also one more thing it’s ok if a boy is sensitive right? Asking because pretty much anything can make me cry 

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They are realizing today that actually God is A-gender or poly-gender, as they get a better idea of what the ancient Hebrew actually says.  The belief is that humans were created in God's image, which is probably the poly gendered idea.

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8 hours ago, Mary Jane said:

I asked if its true that if god made you a girl you should stay as a girl and if your a boy stay a boy, 


By extension of that, if God made you transgender, you should stay transgender.  Scientists are finding more and more evidence that gender identity is set in the womb.  If it happens before birth, that's God's work. 


The idea that you are whatever the doctor said when he smacked your butt at birth is the work of man, not God.

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53 minutes ago, Mary Jane said:

so in other words just be me?


Not exactly. Strive to be your BEST you. That's all any of us can do.



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Remember, God does not make mistakes. You were made trans for a reason.  As Kathy said, being assigned the wrong gender at birth was a mistake made by a human being, and not the work of God.

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3 hours ago, Jackie C. said:


Not exactly. Strive to be your BEST you. That's all any of us can do.



I will


1 hour ago, MetaLicious said:

Remember, God does not make mistakes. You were made trans for a reason.  As Kathy said, being assigned the wrong gender at birth was a mistake made by a human being, and not the work of God.

I’ll keep being me then


thank you! All of you thank you ?

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