Infants and Six Year Old Children Being Accused by Wacko Leftists and Wacko Trans Rights Activists of Being “Transphobic”
As if the world needed more evidence that what is being called “transgender” is not based on the rare gender dysphoria disorder but is borne of Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, and stupidity, here are more instances of Trans-Insanity:
BY MATT MARGOLIS
JAN 02, 2022
In a video that has gone viral on Twitter, a transgender TikTok user accuses a baby of being transphobic because the baby seems to like him more when he wears his long-haired wig, which makes him look more feminine.
“I have talked about the transphobic baby at work before. So I went in a room with him today and I had my wig on, which I took off now because it is like 9 o’clock at night,” he explains.
“[The baby] didn’t cry, and he was like, babbling at me, and I had a look at him and like, do you like me now because we’ve had a moment? Or do you like me now because I have long hair and look more feminine? Because then you’re more transphobic,” he concluded. “Then he started to cry, so that was my answer.”
February 13, 2022
Primary school staff on the Isle of Wight warned a six-year-old boy’s parents that he might be deemed ‘transphobic’ if he were to question another pupil wearing a dress.
Sally and Nigel Rowe, whose sons attended a Church of England school, say they received a letter from the headteacher and chair of governors which declared pupils could be seen as transphobic if they showed ‘an inability to believe a transgender person is actually a ”real” female or male.’
They claim the letter also added that refusing to use a transgender pupil’s adopted name or gender appropriate pronouns would be considered ‘transphobic behaviour’.
The Rowes pulled their children out of school in 2016 and 2017 after one of their sons came home confused that a boy in his class had begun inconsistently wearing a dress and identifying as a girl.
The couple, who now home-school both their children on the Isle of Wight, have objected to the guidance being given at their children’s former school and called for a judicial review of the Department for Education’s decision to provide guidelines on the issue to state schools.
…The Rowes told The Times that the letter they received from the school was ‘cold’ and did not attempt to address their concerns.
Mr Rowe said: ‘One of the main issues we struggled with in relation to the letter was that it said that if our six-year-old son did not recognise the other boy as a little girl or a little boy, then he would be deemed transphobic. And our son had to use the correct pronouns.
‘I don’t think that a six-year-old has the cognisant ability to work that out, especially if the child is gender fluid. And the letter also said that we as parents would be deemed to be transphobic if we didn’t accept that position.’
…The Rowes first publicly objected to the guidance in 2017 when they removed their second son from the school.
They believe it is wrong that young children have to confront the complex issue of transgenderism, and took action after their six-year-old son came home ‘confused as to why a boy was now a girl’.
His brother, eight, was withdrawn in 2016 over a similar incident.
Mr and Mrs Rowe accused the school of failing to respect their right to bring up their children in accordance with their religious values.
…Mr Rowe said: ‘This is not just about boys wearing dresses. This case is about an ideology that is now embedded in schools, local authorities, and Church of England leadership, and is causing serious long-term harm to thousands of children.
‘We believe it is wrong to encourage very young children to embrace transgenderism. Boys are boys and girls are girls. Gender dysphoria is something we as Christians need to address with love and compassion, but not in the sphere of a primary school environment.
Feb 14, 2022
by Libby Emmons
“I don’t think that a six-year-old has the cognisant ability to work that out,” the boy’s father said from their home on the Isle of Wight, “especially if the child is gender-fluid.”
Parents of a little boy at a primary school on the Isle of Wight pulled their son from the Church of England school after they were told that if the 6-year-old was confused by another student’s “gender fluidity” he would be “transphobic.” A letter came home to parents after the boy was confused by another student, who he knew to be a boy, was wearing a dress.
“I don’t think that a six-year-old has the cognisant ability to work that out,” the boy’s father said, “especially if the child is gender-fluid. And the letter also said that we as parents would be deemed to be transphobic if we didn’t accept that position.”
Sally and Nigel Rowe released that letter, from the school’s head teacher and the chairwoman of the governors. It said that students who “demonstrated an ‘inability to believe a transgender person is actually a ‘real’ female or male'” would be considered transphobic, according to The Times.
Further, if students showed “feelings of discomfort and inability to trust or connect with someone based on their transgender status,” or refused to use a “trans” student’s “adopted name” or preferred pronouns, they would also be considered to be transphobic.
The Rowe’s pulled their son from the school, and got permission to home school him. They stated that they have felt particular backlash in the community, though other parents have privately told them that they agree with their position but are afraid to do so publicly.
Nigel spoke to The Times about the matter, saying that “one of the main issues we struggled with in relation to the letter was that it said that if our six-year-old sone did not recognise the other boy as a little girl or a little boy, then he would be deemed transphobic and our son had to use the correct pronouns.”
…Nigel said that part of his interest in bringing the challenge to address the “form of contagion in the school system. “There is a huge rise in issues around transgenderism and children and the question is why?” He asked. “It seems to be a fad and people have been afraid to criticise.”
“But now the medical establishment is beginning to see that,” he went on. “We need to get back to a reasonable standard of science and biology on this issue. There are men and women. Some people may feel that they are not male or female, but you will never genetically be the opposite sex.”
Of course young children are confused by transgenderism.
by Jo Bartosch
Feb 15, 2022
When a boy turned up to school one day wearing a dress, Sally and Nigel Rowe’s six-year-old son was confused. He and fellow pupils were told that their classmate’s change of clothes meant that ‘he’ was now a ‘she’.
The Rowes, a Christian couple from the Isle of Wight, raised the matter with the school’s headteacher and were informed that their son’s ‘inability to believe a transgender person is actually a “real” female or male’ would be deemed ‘transphobic’.
…In the years since the couple first questioned the policy of their son’s school, transgenderism has filled the column inches of every newspaper. There are two bitterly opposed camps in the debate, which can be crudely termed ‘biology believers’ and ‘ideology adherents’.
…The government has been slow to catch on to what the Rowes recognised immediately – that there are profound personal, social and legal consequences to pretending sex can be changed like a school uniform.
Court cases challenging the replacement of ‘sex’ with self-declared ‘gender identity’ are mounting, and the voices of those who transitioned in childhood (Link): only to regret their decision as adults are growing louder.
Nevertheles, the message that sex matters, and that it cannot be identified out of, has yet to trickle-down to schools. Well-intentioned teachers and human-resources departments are still embedding policies that frame acknowledging biology as bigotry. And teachers, parents and pupils are still scared to speak out against this.
Learning to distinguish reality from make-believe is a core part of childhood – something which children look to adults for guidance on. So when adults tell them that putting on bunny ears doesn’t really make a person a rabbit, but wearing a dress can magically transform a boy into a girl, they let children down.
The confused reaction of the Rowes’ son to seeing his male classmate in a dress was understandable. The problem is not that a boy wants to wear a dress, it’s that the adult world around him pretends that this makes him a girl.
…The concept of ‘trans kids’ serves a political purpose for adults who want to legitimise their reasons for identifying and dressing as the opposite sex. But let’s be honest, transgender children do not exist – there are children who feel discomfort in their bodies and there are others unfortunate enough to be born to attention-seeking, woke parents.
(Link): Perverted Company Sells Infant Shaped Butt Plugs So Biological Males Who Like to Say They’re Women Can Pretend to Give Birth – Also: Men Faking Periods, Sucking on Helium to Inflate Their Stomachs