Coy the boy or is it girl?

There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom

There’s a Boy in the Girls’ Bathroom (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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?

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14 Responses to Coy the boy or is it girl?

  1. sonali1214 says:

    Don’t pretend to be Christian.

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  2. Anonymous says:

    A Christian wouldn’t post something like this. You have no right to judge Coy’s family for deciding to let her live as a girl. Yesterday was transgender Remembrance Day- a day for all the transgender people who died, either from transphobic violence or suicide, all because people wouldn’t accept them for who they were.

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    • Any issue on the public domain is open for discussion and opinion. Perhaps mine is more clear than most.

      ‘Let her live as a girl?’ Sure, a woman should live as female, but the issue is the opposite, unnatural. This is not a matter that is obscure.

      It’s much easier. It’s called right and wrong and common sense. Judgment? Hardly. And was not I correct about a life of hardship?

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      • Anonymous says:

        If you’re talking about Coy’s life if hardship, no, you’re wrong. Read the newer articles about her and you’ll see that she’s been much happier. And it wasn’t just a phase; she had been wearing dresses for years, and became depressed and lifeless when her parents tried to get her to wear boys’ clothes.

        She was unhappy when people wouldn’t let her live as a girl, and she’s happy now. What’s the issue?

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  3. Planting Potatoes says:

    reminds me of Ernest Hemingway and how his mother dressed him as a girl when he was a young boy……nature so kicked in that he went very far to prove to himself he was really a boy…..whatever he suffered growing up was not because God “goofed” up, but was the result of a mother who was actually mentally whacked for wanting a girl when God gave her a boy. Down through history, I wonder how many girls were killed because kings wanted boys?

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  4. Shofar says:

    The 3 R’s are not nearly as important as the 3 A’s in America today: A- Acceptance, A- Approval, A- Awareness, maybe also a last A, A-Assimilation. D-Deviancy, like acknowledging D- Devil, D- Deception are non-words to many. We are right now in the Awareness stage, being programmed for the New American Life Style of A- Anything goes, creative, free life styles and thus we will be approaching the final stage of A- Assimilation into the New American Culture. Bestiality is next on the agenda to go public and then will we have reached our end. (Leviticus 18:22-25) It is becoming more widespread in America, Europe, Asia and other parts of the world.

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  5. Sonali Kumar says:

    God’s love is unconditional.

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    • True, but His love cannot ignore what His holiness demands. God so loved the world, yes.
      Equally true is ‘God commands all men everywhere to repent.’

      His love is unconditional to a person who admits their sinnership.
      Tkx for replying.

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  6. Shofar says:

    Keep in mind that the beef is not with you personally, but with acknowledging that there is a Sovereign God in heaven who Himself and His Word are rejected by many. These scoffers of God find it hard to accept that God made the male gender, male and the female gender, female. God, our maker, was never confused, but gender confusion is in the minds of those who have made themselves their own God. In the end, God has the last say, unfortunately, for all those who oppose Him and His Word regarding what He says are sins and abominations. In fact, we all will stand before Him one day to give account for how we lived our individual lives according to His Instruction Book, the Word of God.

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