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Published 1 year ago with 17 Comments

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  • archmagician
    +4

    This is great. My child's school embraced her when she was going through her gender identity issue and for a while I had a son instead of a daughter. I have no idea what the future holds for her but, if she goes the way I suspect, this change may be a huge step forward for her future life.

    • EdvardMuchies
      +4

      How old is your daughter?

      • archmagician
        +2

        She's old enough to know her own mind. The child is a wonder of nature (both my girls are) and will be who she wants to be. She's also young enough to have grown in a multi-racial, multi-cultural, accepting society in which she is open to express who she is. There will be those who will oppose her in all she does, and that is life, but she's loved and supported by the important people and that will never change.

        • Appaloosa
          +2

          How do you know she is a she? Did you already assign her?

          • archmagician (edited 1 year ago)
            +2

            She's a she because that's how she identifies right now so she's my daughter. When he identified as a he, he was my son. Who she is isn't a decision for me to make. The only thing for me to do is support my child whether a he, she or gender neutral.

  • EdvardMuchies
    +3

    Enabling this behavior is criminal. These people need help, not a different box to check.

    • archmagician
      +5

      Yes, they need help. They also need the love, support, understanding, acceptance and equalities that go along with being a human being.

      • Appaloosa (edited 1 year ago)
        +5

        I wonder how left handed people fit in or even feel about X on a passport. edit spelling

        • archmagician
          +5

          She's also left-handed so maybe one day I'll find out :)

          • Appaloosa
            +5

            She?...anyway, the world is not a left handed one. We adapt, even excel in many cases, but we don't ask the world to change for us.

    • hereorthere
      +4

      Just curious why you feel this is criminal?

      • EdvardMuchies
        +2

        Enabling mental illness instead of treating it as such is what is criminal. Especially with children.

        • archmagician
          +3

          What leads you to the conclusion this is a mental illness?

          • EdvardMuchies
            +2

            Other than it's friggin crazy? The people who go through sex changes have a body that is constantly fighting thst change. Because they are physiologically male or female. The problem lies within their brain and not their body. Mental illness.

            • archmagician
              +3

              Oh okay. I was curious as to how your view differed from the professionals we've dealt with and wondered if your conclusion was reached through research of gender dysphoria. I'm assuming not.

            • EdvardMuchies
              +1
              @archmagician -

              You're kids would be better off in foster care. Child abuser.

            • archmagician
              +3
              @EdvardMuchies -

              So my assumption was correct. Ah well, it takes all sorts I guess.

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