Transgender Tots: hard questions have to be asked

Caption: Nothing says “good parenting” like dressing your child like a demented clown and seating them next to a convicted sadistic murderer and drug abuser, against a backdrop of a child skipping beside the word “Rohypnol”, a notorious rape drug.

Canada?s Ontario province recently passed a bill which, despite obfuscating denials from officials, would allow authorities to remove children if their caregivers refused to go along with delusional transgenderism.

But the disturbing reality seems to be that, as soon as any child starts parroting the dogmas of ‘gender identity’, one should immediately start asking hard questions of their parents. Beside the obvious creepiness of parents who encourage their sexually confused children to perform in gay nightclubs, it seems likely that ‘transgenderism’ might often indicate something amiss elsewhere. Quote:

Assigned male at birth, Briella always knew she was a girl and hated her ?boy body parts?.

Yet at just five years old, she tried to remove her penis.

?I was trying to pull it off because I thought if I did it would be flat and you wouldn?t see the bulge,? the now nine-year-old told

…It is also not uncommon for parents of gender diverse children to be unaware of their child?s torment.

?I just had no idea about any of this,? Mrs Carmichael, of Melbourne, said.

I’m a boy, I’m a boy, but my ma won’t admit it. I’m a boy, I’m a boy, but if I say I am I get it

“I’m a Boy” – The Who

End of quote.

It seems obvious that any five-year-old trying on such self-harm is deeply psychologically disturbed. Psychological literature indicates that such Gender Identity Disorder can be strongly linked to parental attitudes and their relationship with the child. For instance, ?individuals with GID displayed close relationships with the opposite sex parent suggesting that they identified with the opposite sex more leading to their opposite gender identity?. It seems that it is also linked to ?the results of distorted parental attitudes,? such as ?a desire on the parent?s part for the child to be of the opposite sex?.

?Briella?s parents supplied media with this photo of the boy at one year old.

Caption: It can only be heartbreaking to watch a happy little baby succumb to gut-wrenching trauma. Yet a one-year-old isn’t the one putting on the wig here.


Briella, who was born Baylin, expressed gender diverse behaviour from two years old.

She felt the most like herself when she was wearing her mother?s make-up, heels and nail polish??She would say ?I don?t want to grow up and look like dad?. I?d think why is my child acting like this.? End of quote.

Psychologists also identify ?social contagion? ? imitating the behaviours of others around you in order to conform ? as a strong factor in the ?clusters? of transgenderism which are proliferating as transgender activists push their ideology into the mainstream and the ‘woke’ left try to normalise such pathological behaviour. Quote:

At the time, referral numbers at the hospital were one patient every two years ? now there are more than 250 referrals annually. End of quote.

Children are being subjected to quack therapies that will adversely affect their long-term development. Quote:

In a few years from now, when Briella becomes an adolescent and hits puberty, she will commence stage one treatment ? hormone blockers.

Briella will only be in her early teens when she has to make discussions about her fertility?After hormone blockers, stage two treatment is irreversible cross-sex hormone treatment and surgery. End of quote.


Evidence shows that 80-90 percent of ‘transgender’ people revert to their biological sex. For some that means that, even after more surgery and hormones, they face a lifetime of infertility because of decisions they were encouraged to make as very young adolescents. For some, the outcomes are even worse: a Belgian ‘transgender’ was so traumatised by regret that he successfully sought euthanasia.

For a very few people, gender identity disorder is a deeply traumatic psychological disorder that can indeed only be successfully treated with hormones and surgery. But for many others, it is a passing phase ? and, more and more, a transient social fad ? that would surely best be treated by offering appropriate psychological care, at least until they are mature enough to make what will be a life-altering decision.

And keep an eye on the parents.

Caption: From Patriarchy Comics.