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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3944976/Mother-reveals-one-four-sons-announced-transgender-age-just-NINE-watching-male-X-Factor-contestant-perform-dress.html


It emerged Zoe, who is now 10, had already researched how she was feeling online and discovered there was a name for it.


Kid with no concept of sexuality see's man in dress on TV, feels funny, goes on internet to 'research it', gets exposed to transgender propaganda and probably pornography.
And now he wants to be a girl.

Also his biological father looks like a pedophile.
Why does the media glorify this sort of child abuse?
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Article says the kid was always kind of girly. I know when I was 9--I can even recall a little bit when I was 6--I always wished I could be more like the opposite gender and play with them instead. That was before we had a computer and before anyone talked about trans people as "trans".

It might not be total BS.


The only thing is that it's a kid, so they're probably going to end up changing their mind and want to switch back. It's going to become a random choice based on random whims. Honestly, if people are for gender neutrality, I don't know why they force this whole "IM SWITCHING SIDES BECAUSE IM MORE COMFORTABLE THIS WAY" stuff.
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The child is not old enough to be making these decisions yet, nor should the parents be making them for him/her. I see this as child abuse as well.

One thing to let your child wear a dress, another to make choices regarding his/her body. This is a child's rights issue in my book.

I don't care about people's precarious little cringe fee-fee's--but this particular instance is violating that child's rights.

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Article says the kid was always kind of girly. I know when I was 9--I can even recall a little bit when I was 6--I always wished I could be more like the opposite gender and play with them instead.


When I was a little kid I played tea party with my sister too.
Didn't make me want to invert my penis and change my name though.
If I was a kid doing that in today's world though, I would've been groomed by media and government propaganda.
This shit is disgusting.
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The child is not old enough to be making these decisions yet, nor should the parents be making them for him/her. I see this as child abuse as well.

One thing to let your child wear a dress, another to make choices regarding his/her body. This is a child's rights issue in my book.

I don't care about people precarious little cringe fee-fee's--but this instance is violating that child's rights.



Even if the parents want to give the kid the hrt then they are going to have to wait until the kid is of legal age to receive it (18, I believe) and even then there will be multiple psychological analyses with several layers of redundancy to determine that the kid is actually trans. You got nothing to worry about.
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Even if the parents want to give the kid the hrt then they are going to have to wait until the kid is of legal age to receive it (18, I believe) and even then there will be multiple psychological analyses with several layers of redundancy to determine that the kid is actually trans. You got nothing to worry about.


Yes because the hormone blockers used to stunt the boy's puberty and growth doesn't have any side effects, right?

Why do lefties want to perform human experiments on children in the name of political correctness?

http://www.medicaldaily.com/transgender-youth-are-puberty-blocking-drugs-appropriate-medical-intervention-247082

Also the psychiatrists they get sent to before they 'transition' aren't legally allowed to say a child that claims to be trans isn't, in the UK.
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Posted 11/17/16 , edited 11/17/16

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octorockandroll wrote:



Even if the parents want to give the kid the hrt then they are going to have to wait until the kid is of legal age to receive it (18, I believe) and even then there will be multiple psychological analyses with several layers of redundancy to determine that the kid is actually trans. You got nothing to worry about.


Yes because the hormone blockers used to stunt the boy's puberty and growth doesn't have any side effects, right?

Why do lefties want to perform human experiments on children in the name of political correctness?

http://www.medicaldaily.com/transgender-youth-are-puberty-blocking-drugs-appropriate-medical-intervention-247082


Ah yes, of course. A practice that is closely monitored and has been done hundreds, if not thousands of times by now is "human experimentation" so we should all be like you and push for a treatment that is based solely off of a 20 year old study with a sample size of 1 that we know leads to side effects that can be life threatening.

How's that BA in Engineering coming along for you by the way
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octorockandroll wrote:

Even if the parents want to give the kid the hrt then they are going to have to wait until the kid is of legal age to receive it (18, I believe) and even then there will be multiple psychological analyses with several layers of redundancy to determine that the kid is actually trans. You got nothing to worry about.


You can look into puberty blockers. Pretty sure it's legal for endocrinologists to prescribe such things to children--at least here.

So there is at least some reason for concern.
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Now the family, from Durham, plan to use medication to pause her puberty and will consider giving her female hormones - which will leave her infertile.



Shouldn't let a nine year old make that sort of life changing decision at such a young age.
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that we know leads to side effects that can be life threatening.



Oh so side effects have to be life threatening to matter. K den

Stunted growth, infertility and mental illness are just nothing I guess.
I don't get your defense of pumping kids full of hormone blockers to stunt their growth...
Something only pedos and freaks would wish on a child.
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More power to him I bet he looks fabulous
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octorockandroll wrote:

Even if the parents want to give the kid the hrt then they are going to have to wait until the kid is of legal age to receive it (18, I believe) and even then there will be multiple psychological analyses with several layers of redundancy to determine that the kid is actually trans. You got nothing to worry about.


You can look into puberty blockers. Pretty sure it's legal for endocrinologists to prescribe such things to children--at least here.

So there is at least some reason for concern.


But puberty blockers have not been observed to have any damaging side effects, really any side effect we know of at this point just stems from the fact that you aren't going through puberty. While that may not be ideal, I have not found any cases in which puberty blockers were directly responsible for anything bad happening to a patient, and they can be reversed by simply stopping the patient's intake. What Amyas_Leigh says about it being human experimentation is true, the same can be said for any new treatment. Physicians and pharmacists take part in human experimentation all the time, it's not a big deal at all.
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More power to him I bet he looks fabulous


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uncletim wrote:

More power to him I bet he looks fabulous


52 year old supporting pumping kids full of hormone blockers...
Very telling



Telling of what?
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But puberty blockers have not been observed to have any damaging side effects, really any side effect we know of at this point j


Willful ignorance?

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