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    Indeed - and as some cases start coming out it is clear that deciding you are a different gender at a young age may not be a good idea.

    12-year-old boy who transitioned to female changes his mind two years later | The Independent

    Gender Expert Says Teens Are Trying To Be Transgender Because It's Cool | Daily Wire

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarillionFan View Post
    Who the fook decides to dress their 6 year old boy as a girl. Beggars belief.
    We were at a festival this year and (I didn't see it myself but Mrs.RL4 told me) there was this bloke who has his son dressed up in a tutu with fairy wings and all that tulipe, he was going up to people going "Do you like his dress? Doesn't he look cute?!" etc. You had to feel for the kid cos he's going to end up extremely confused.

    You notice the parents that want their kids to be "gender neutral", seem to go to the other extreme when it comes to dressing them. To me, neutral would be jeans and a shirt, but these s think a boy in a bright dress is neutral.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rl4engc View Post
    We were at a festival this year and (I didn't see it myself but Mrs.RL4 told me) there was this bloke who has his son dressed up in a tutu with fairy wings and all that tulipe, he was going up to people going "Do you like his dress? Doesn't he look cute?!" etc. You had to feel for the kid cos he's going to end up extremely confused.

    You notice the parents that want their kids to be "gender neutral", seem to go to the other extreme when it comes to dressing them. To me, neutral would be jeans and a shirt, but these s think a boy in a bright dress is neutral.

    This boy wearing a tutu is a perfect example of doing parenting right

    Why shouldn't a small boy wear a tutu if he wants to?

    Would you be as upset about a girl playing soldiers for example?

    My father got very upset when my son wanted a tea set. I bought him one and weirdly it didn't "turn him gay".

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudskipper View Post
    This boy wearing a tutu is a perfect example of doing parenting right

    Why shouldn't a small boy wear a tutu if he wants to?

    Would you be as upset about a girl playing soldiers for example?

    My father got very upset when my son wanted a tea set. I bought him one and weirdly it didn't "turn him gay".
    But there is a huge difference between dressing up and role playing

    and deciding you want to change your gender

    and that is what's missing.

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    "Uploading a picture of your six-year old son wearing a tutu, complete with Metadata so he's searchable for all time, to the internet is a perfect example of doing parenting right"
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    Quote Originally Posted by rl4engc View Post
    "Uploading a picture of your six-year old son wearing a tutu, complete with Metadata so he's searchable for all time, to the internet is a perfect example of doing parenting right"
    and to set him up for life, calling your boy Sue is the icing on the cake
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    Quote Originally Posted by mudskipper View Post
    I like the idea of a gender neutral uniform. Up to puberty, it shouldn't make the blindest bit of difference whether kids are boys or girls.
    Centuries ago, that's pretty much how it was for young kids. And until they were about five and properly potty trained they'd run about almost stark naked, weather permitting, even in towns because it was such a pain to keep washing their clothes.
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    Getting back on topic, Hindus are becoming increasingly paranoid about cows and have recently lynched and killed several muslims who were said to be eating them, or looked like they might be thinking about eating beef.

    As I haven't heard of any Christians being targeted, the cows may just be a pretext to attack muslims. But as the population of India continues to increase, it probably won't be long before they're all at each others' throats or going at it hammer and tongs with Pakistan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OwlHoot View Post
    Getting back on topic, Hindus are becoming increasingly paranoid about cows and have recently lynched and killed several muslims who were said to be eating them, or looked like they might be thinking about eating beef.

    As I haven't heard of any Christians being targeted, the cows may just be a pretext to attack muslims. But as the population of India continues to increase, it probably won't be long before they're all at each others' throats or going at it hammer and tongs with Pakistan.
    Don't both have nuclear weapons?
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