Reblogged this on Sifting Through The Pulp and commented:
Incredibly important article.
I could not finish reading this as I was getting highly upset. This is wrong on so many levels. My younger sister played with my brothers’ toys as a small child even played with our dad’s shaver! This was back in the 90s-our folks didn’t drag her into a gender clinic and look she turned out just fine! She’s married now and with a kid on the way.
And that proves…? Not all children and youth share your sister’s relationship to their identity. I’m happy that she’s doing fine.
Is this your entire response to this piece Jenn?
“Jenn” is blinded by dollar signs and deafened by the sound kaching kaching. Greedy little medicaid thief–oink, oink, oink. Spend the public funds poisoning the bodies and minds of healthy young children–the working classes are always good for another tax squeeze.
Meanwhile, a child who has been diagnosed and evaluated as needing urgent speech or physical therapy for a biological medical disorder or inherited genetic disorder in Oregon has to wait around 6-9 months to get a spot in a clinic with Medicaid funding. As the developmental clock ticks down…
Did I say that all children and youth should share an awesome bond with their biological sex? No, I did not. Let me reiterate…
using my younger sister as an example-just because a girl plays with a “boy” toy does not mean she is a boy. She was (I use “was” because this happened in the past) a girl playing with her brother’s toy.
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