Skip to comments.Transgender at Age 6: Family Embraces Decision to Let Daughter Live as Boy
Posted on 07/13/2013 8:40:15 PM PDT by Morgana
The Washington Post reports that a Maryland couple has no regrets about a decision they made to allow their 5-year-old daughter to live as a boy. Now 6, Tyler (formerly known as Kathryn) has been living as a boy after his family made a public switch 18 months ago when Kathryn insisted she was really a boy. A psychiatrist told the family that the switch would be healthy if they allowed Kathryn to pick a boy's name and if they were to able find a kindergarten that would allow them to enroll the child as a boy. Tyler's mother said "It's not a phase. Anyone who meets him says, 'Yeah, that's a boy.'"
According to the report, the transition has been somewhat seamless:
Whenever the family watches television, Tyler roots for the boy characters.
His home looks like a house with a son. Karate gear, soccer balls, cars, trucks and pirate swords abound. At school, he's a boy. Plain and simple.
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It’s an illness and perversion which is spreading. Parents are destroying their children.
Placemark for pingout.
Becase these days, parents want to be BFFs instead of parents.
Copycat crazies. Munchausen’s Syndrome by Proxy.
It had to do with the masses of padding required before waterproof diapering products were developed. Little boys got to wear pants when they were toilet-trained.
Maybe next week she will want to be a unicorn pony.
Dennis Prager brought up how we are told that young people support same sex marriage. Because 20 year olds know everything, right?
The culture that refuses to grow up is letting the Socialists continue to beat the "question authority" drum beat.
Question the authority of those demanding that the establishment be "smashed".
Next not only will they want to be unicorn ponies but hospitals will offer surgeries to make it happen.
walkinng around the yard w might be awkward if they were halfway sane..... good news they will not feel awkward
The gowns probably did, although I used clothe diapers with a wool overlay on my son and he could still wear trousers... I’m not so sure the ribbons were just for camo purposes :D