Surely you have heard the latest re. same sex. A family in Colorado filed discrimination charges against a school who segregated a 6-year-old male to use private bathroom facilities.
The kid, whose name is ……. well he is thought to be, transgendered, that is, born a boy, but wants to be a girl.
Good job Mr. and Mrs …….., you have encouraged this. The boy was a triplet, so maybet there was a poor division of parental affection that affected the youngster.
Nothing against the parents of triplets mind you, just drawing attention to the possibility.
The kid is innocent as a lamb; the parents should be tried for both negligence and stupidity, emphasis on the latter. A kid could mess around with Barbie dolls without having brain damage, but truly he will grow out of that phase and become bored. Nature has a way of kicking in.
The family said their boy always wanted to be a girl. Really? This nonsense is laid entirely at the feet of the parents who may want to study the differences between male and female.
It is natural for children to investigate, they use an empty box as a fortress; it is wonderful for the imagination, but for God’s sake, they grow out of the box and try other things. A boy does not wake up and say: ‘gee, I wonder what it’s like to be female.’
This kid will be a social pariah and obvious misfit; there will be a ‘I’ around his neck, for he will be called an ‘it,’ neither male nor female. The girls will think and know he is not one of them, and the boys will not want him in their group.
A 6-year-old boy allowed to go into a girl’s bathroom? If I were the parents of the other girls, I would raise cain to high heaven.
This is not a matter of prejudice, nor of religion, or Christianity as some would imagine. This is simply a matter of humanity.
The parents are guilty of aiding such deviant behaviour, and the school is equally guilty of ignoring common sense. This should be a non story, adjudicating in 5 minutes or less.
Wouldn’t it be ironic if down the road the lad sues his parents for not correcting his wayward steps and causing the most imaginable amount of grief which could have been prevented. One needs not be a prophet to predict the ‘life of this boy’ will be pitted with one crisis after another.
I pity him, but feel more sorrow for his parents, for they know not what they do. Every tree is known by it’s own fruit. What tree does an ‘it’ come from?