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VickySGV

Why Is There a Trend Of Transgender Children?

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VickySGV

My own childhood years are little off from the author's times, but it is still the same pattern, reason, and maybe a shaming word difference, but we followed the same path .  Lets not make kids go through that pattern now.

 

https://www.scarymommy.com/why-is-there-this-sudden-trans-kids-trend/?fbclid=IwAR3C1RRWhseICGvbgM0nmcHImdq8JJZPcYuvu7M5M5T0a2TIx4tcQRO9ygQ

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MaryMary

transgender children are probably the ones with the less support even now in 2019. I'm always for an article or someone who are helping them just be themselves and happy. I'm still rereading the article to make sure the author was not sarcastic or something.

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VickySGV

This site is legitimate and is supervised by "Mama Bears" who are the parents of Trans children.  The person who shared it with me is the mother of a boy who was assigned female at birth but is very much ALL BOY at 12 years old. 

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MaryMary

ok good, very very nice :D

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Jani

I think children are being empowered to speak up more now.   This is a good trend IMO.  I think many parents are actually listening to their children, although there are those...  I think back and I think I was pretty self aware at a young age.  Parents need to understand that just because their child is x years old doesn't mean they're oblivious to what is going around them and in their own world.  We need to respect that.  

 

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Alex C
  • Hey Viki I think a lot has to do with the parents...Whom (just like if theirs kids play sports) are push then to make decision and that the wish they could have done....Vicariously. Maybe I am wrong,,but my cuz ( has son transition to female) and they did no research .She just jump at the chance to announce to world she has a trans child. The kids is 10!!! home school with no friends. His age is fine. I am a firm believer that you know yr gender at age 11and I think You have mention that believe as well.. But she treating the decision as an accessory for her  rather the a life choice for her child 

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Alex C

Hey Jani..you make a great point, but lately I think some off this parents are so self absurd with vanity that having a Trans child is the in time this day..Once again I am happy we are moving towards that direction ..but it worries me a little if these kids are being force or thrown  into a situation were their mental state will eventually crumble  and We All what that leads too

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