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.