Change Your World-NOT your Body

Saturday, August 9, 2014

Top 10 Signs your Child is NOT a Transgender

Somewhere around age 2 to 3 your child rebels in varying ways against sex stereotypes generally associated with their sex according to male structured societies.

1) Your child dislikes the clothing specified for their sex & lacking alternatives prefers clothing specified for the opposite sex.

2) Your child dislikes most colours specified for their sex & lacking alternatives prefers colours specified for the opposite sex.

3) Your child dislikes toys/playthings specified for their sex & lacking alternatives prefers toys/playthings specified for the opposite sex.

4) Your child dislikes games specified for their sex & lacking alternatives prefers games specified for the opposite sex.

5) Your child dislikes peers specified for their sex & lacking alternatives prefers peers specified for the opposite sex.

6) Your child dislikes fairytale roles specified for their sex & lacking alternatives prefers fairytale roles specified for the opposite sex.

7) Your child dislikes books/films/characters specified for their sex & lacking alternatives prefers books/films/characters specified for the opposite sex.

8) Your child dislikes learning materials specified for their sex & lacking alternatives prefers learning materials specified for the opposite sex.

9) Your child dislikes future careers possibilities specified for their sex & lacking alternatives prefers future career possibilities specified for the opposite sex.

10) Your child dislikes the limits specified for their sex & lacking alternatives prefers the limits specified for the opposite sex, believing them to be less restrictive/more inclined with their own nature.

Your child isnt trapped in the wrong body, your child is trapped in a circumscribed family/society, suffocatingly smothering his/her personality/desires/abilities/potentials/futures and all around general nature

Change YOUR world, NOT your child's body!

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3 comments:

  1. Good practical advice...

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  3. When I was a girl child, I played primarily with my brother and his friends. We built forts, sent Barbie dolls on raft trips down the ditches and through the sewer pipes, explored subway tunnels, hopped trains, collected pop and beer bottles to return for cash, climbed trees, climbed mountains, explored the forests, played 'War', wore pants and fleece shirts and boots, and had lots of fun. No one at the time thought this was strange or not something for a girl to do, it was just kids being kids. Today I am an adult hetero woman who really likes being a woman in this body. Too bad these kids growing up don't have the same freedom to just be comfy as themselves in their body as I did. The medicalization of childhood ( and adulthood ) is some pretty scary stuff.

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