As a female who thought for the longest time she was a male trapped in a female body this is scary because most happens during puberty when your body is still developing.
It’s Transgender Day of Visibility. The Biden Administration decided to push out a bunch of initiatives to help transgenders feel more comfortable in public.
The actions include choosing “X” on your passport, condemning states that passed laws protecting female sports, and erasing biology from other official forms. That’s okay because, you know, science sucks and your biology would never be important in an emergency. Such a party of science!
But buried in the “fact sheet” is something that should concern everyone.
Our “devout” Catholic president endorses “sex” changes in children:
Providing resources on the importance of gender affirming care for children and adolescents. The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health has developed a resource to inform parents and guardians, educators, and other persons supporting children and adolescents with information on what is gender-affirming care and why it is important to transgender, nonbinary, and other gender expansive young people’s well-being.
Here is a chart from that resource.
I am so thankful my parents never took me seriously when I grew up telling them I was a male trapped inside a female body. I reject everything female and embrace everything male. My parents bought me boy clothes and accessories. I had a short haircut. My dad shaved my head. I was a boy in everything but biology. After puberty, I welcomed the fact that I just love male everything and THAT IS OKAY. It is okay to be a female who dresses like a boy because that’s when I’m most comfortable.
Guess when I realized I was the ultimate tomboy? After puberty. Yet the “gender-affirming” care happens during puberty or during adolescence.
Puberty is such a confusing and awful time for kids. Your body is changing, hormones all over the place, etc. Now children have in their faces celebrities and loudmouths telling them that they must be the opposite sex if they don’t “feel” like their biological sex.
Find someone of the same sex attractive? You must be gay and/or the opposite sex!
The Biden administration admitted there is only one narrative. You cannot just allow your tomboy daughter who thinks she is a male to wear male clothing, get a male haircut, wear male accessories.
No, you must push “gender-affirming care” onto your child.
I cannot stop thinking about the people on DeTrans Awareness Day. People who chose to go back to their biological sex shared their experiences. I cannot imagine what they went through.
I was trans for 5 years, on T for almost 4 years, had “top surgery” in 2018. I stopped T in May ‘20and started socially detransitioning Dec ‘20. Now I’m married to the loml, pregnant with my 1st baby. #DetransAwarenessDay
Regretfully trans April ‘20, me on my wedding day Dec ‘21 pic.twitter.com/iHmZmqODYF
— Daisy🦎 (@dmchadra) March 12, 2022
i identified as trans for 5 years, and took testosterone for 17 months. i began detransitioning february 2018.
it was a way to cope with my trauma and body hatred.
— helena (@lacroicsz) March 12, 2021
I'm Elaine. I'm 24. I started transitioning when I was 18 to better fit in with the weirdo gamer/anime fans I found myself hanging out with. I detransitioned a year ago and now I'm happier than ever 🙂 pic.twitter.com/5FFn35YRU2
— dune (@Dune_Kun) March 12, 2022
My name is Grace and I detransitioned. On the left: me shortly after top surgery, 2017. This was the darkest time in my life. On the right: me recently. Life goes on, life gets better. #DetransAwarenessDay pic.twitter.com/ItTJbiLJpF
— Grace 💙🦎 (@HormoneHangover) March 12, 2022
In 2016 I started my transition, 2018 in the midst of my transition I realized i made a mistake. 2020 I detransition and this year I finally finished my detransition. These last few years I’ve learned a lot about myself & today I’m sharing my voice & story on #DetransAwarenessDay pic.twitter.com/dgpn1PCn3z
— Abel Garcia (@OfficialAbelG) March 13, 2022
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