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The tragedy of children raised by “transgender” parents May 28, 2015

Posted by Tantumblogo in abdication of duty, Basics, disaster, error, foolishness, General Catholic, paganism, persecution, scandals, secularism, self-serving, sexual depravity, sickness, Society, unadulterated evil.
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Denise Shick was raised by a gravely disordered and perverse father, a man who thought he was a woman. She relates how devastating this experience was for her as a girl growing up, leading to early substance abuse and grave psychological difficulties that, I imagine, persist to this day.  She is writing in reaction to President Hussein’s recent declaration that he thinks “transgendered” individuals should be able to adopt. Her crowning point, which cannot be repeated enough, is that, as with every other sexular pagan innovation, it is the children who most bear the cost of the adult’s new-found sexual “freedom” (emphasis and comments per usual):

In a presidential proclamation for National Foster Care Month, Obama wrote, “With so many children waiting for loving homes, it is important to ensure all qualified caregivers have the opportunity to serve as foster or adoptive parents, regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status.”…… [This is garbage.  There are thousands of normally married couples out there waiting to adopt, but babies are going to sodomites and, God forbid, “transgenders,” due to progressive inclinations at many adoption agencies and the superior riches of many of the perverse. It is highly debatable that there is a true shortage of married couples desiring to adopt]

……I was raised by a transgender father.

I can testify to the emotional strain and confusion that my father’s life played in my sexual and gender identity. I sought out our neighbors for a foster father. Many times I pretended that one of my uncles or a friend’s father was my make-believe father[This is heart-breaking]

I was so hungry for my father; a transgender “mom” would not fit that need no matter how badly the adult wished it to. [And, the same applies to two “moms,” or two “dads,” or, frankly, single parents.  I know single parenthood is very common and there are people abandoned by their spouses who did nothing to deserve it, but it is still a deficient/disordered situation, at best]

My father experimented with my make-up and clothes, and by 7th grade I had decided that alcohol was the easiest method to numb my own pain. By the beginning of high school, I wondered if life was worth living.

There is nothing more painful for a daughter than to watch her dad put on a bra or have him wear your clothes. No daughter should have to place her clothes in her dresser drawers by a code so she can know if he had been pawing through her underclothes. [And this is supposed to be not just “normal” now, but good, brave, transgressive!  What a load of satanic LIES we are fed!]

It is not fair or healthy for a daughter to feel guilty about her developing body, or about becoming a woman. But in today’s world we encourage children to accept their parent’s sexual desires. We prioritize adult’s sexual preferences ahead of what is best for their children. [That’s been the entire point of the sexual revolution, to get adults to dissociate the pleasure of their gonads from the procreation and raising of children.  And it has been children – aborted children, contracepted children, abandoned children, children of divorce, poor little girls absolutely tortured like this one, who have paid the price.]

As a culture we are very willing to address the emotional distress, isolation and other negative issues of people who come out as transgender adults. But we have not even begun to discuss the issues involved and the impact this has on their wives and children.

Of course not!  Because that would undermine the agenda of creating a neo-pagan sexualarist Brave New World!

It is actually a tremendous blessing the wheels are going to fly off of this thing, that this culture is almost certainly headed for collapse, given what it will surely become absent such.  But God will not be mocked, and He will allow our own sins to destroy us.  Economically, morally, culturally, this culture is either dead or on life support.  Politically and militarily will not come far behind that.  There will be grievous persecution first, then, the collapse.

Beyond that, either centuries of Catholic rebuilding, or the survivors will get a crash course in eschatology.

Comments

1. Baseballmom - May 28, 2015

Thank you. People think I am nuts when I say this is all a great, tremendous blessing…. But it IS!!!!! In addition to faithful Catholics having to choose, I also believe that non-Catholic Christians will end up either as orthodox Catholics or will, sadly, fall away. BUT, we will see what I have been praying for…. “The reunion of all Christians.” BRING. IT. ON.

2. red6020 - May 28, 2015

I feel so bad for these children. I think the worst part about it would be the pressure for these children to believe that what their father and/or mother (according to what they were born, I’m not implying that surgery actually changes these people’s gender) is acceptable. I think such feelings would be confusing even without the culture’s current predominant stance….

3. cenlacatholic - May 29, 2015

Beyond that, either centuries of Catholic rebuilding, or the survivors will get a crash course in eschatology.

Great commentary. One of the main reasons I read your blog.

One of my parents initiated divorce, breaking up the family to follow their sodomitical inclinations. It certainly isn’t a healthy situation for any kid to grow up in.

4. nissa_loves_cats - May 29, 2015

This situation is tragic for the children. But we also need to deal with the tragedy of children and adults with transgender feelings who are told of no other way to deal with their situation than to prepare for sex-change surgery by living as the opposite sex. Are therapists even allowed to mention any other way of coping? We as Christians need to reach out to those with transgender feelings with love, and share the Gospel with them.

Tantumblogo - May 29, 2015

Thank you. Good points. I don’t think there is much support, especially in the secular world. Here and there, I suppose, but I don’t know where to recommend.

5. J Rebecca - May 29, 2015

How ironic that the same people who think children are so resilient and can handle divorced parents, homosexual parents, transgender parents, single parenthood, etc… are the same people who think kids can’t handle keeping score at games or not getting a trophy. Dad going through your underwear =not a big deal. But every kid not getting a MVP trophy=crushing.
I think these people need a good dose of common sense. You say you feel like a woman in a man’s body? Well you are still a man. Don’t base your reality on feelings. This is diabolical disorientation.

Baseballmom - May 29, 2015

Excellent comment… Don’t be offended but I must say…. BRAVO! 😉

Tantumblogo - May 29, 2015

That is a good comment. Thanks, Rebecca!


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