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Our sick culture: family encourages 3 year old boy to become girl July 13, 2015

Posted by Tantumblogo in Basics, disaster, error, family, General Catholic, horror, persecution, rank stupidity, secularism, self-serving, sexual depravity, sickness, Society, unadulterated evil, unbelievable BS.

Three!  Because we all know that 3 year olds never engage in incredible flights of fancy and are always the most reliable decision makers!  Ever notice that the vast, vast preponderance of these cases involve a boy “transitioning” to become a girl?!?

This is what a decadent society in the process of imploding looks like.  Pure diabolical insanity.  Please note the parents’ (living together but with different last names, and the very city in which they choose to live is almost proof of a far left mindset) approach to this three year old boy:

“It was May 15, 2014, and I remember the date because Jackie was out of school that day,” she says. “We drove to drop her older sister off at kindergarten. And normally Jackie is quite happy and content to hang out with me and play.”

Jackie was 3 then, and she was called Jack. Glancing into the backseat of her car, Mary noticed something different.

“Jackie just looked really, really sad; sadder than a 3 1/2-year-old should look,” Carter says. “This weight that looked like it weighed more than she did, something she had to say and I didn’t know what that was.

“So I asked. I said, ‘Jackie, are you sad that you’re not going to school today?’ And Jackie was really quiet and put her head down and said ‘No, I’m sad because I’m a boy.’ ”

Carter was taken aback. Her youngest had been wearing her big sister’s dresses regularly and enjoyed donning pink boots. But this was new.

Carter wanted to confirm. “You’re really not happy being a boy?” she asked.

“I thought a little bit longer and I said, ‘Well, are you happy being you?’ And that made Jackie smile,” she says. “And I felt like for that moment, that was all that really mattered. That was ‘The Day.’ ” [So he put on his sister’s dresses and was sad one day, and so that’s an excuse to foist this life-destroying change on him?  I am sorry but I really do not believe pathologies like this grow out of healthy situations.  I imagine mom is very into feminism and it became clear to poor young Jack that there was something very wrong with being a boy.  A child will do anything, ANYTHING to maintain its parent’s love and interest, or its perceptions of them, even up to and including becoming something its not.  A few years ago, this matter would have been treated as a moral and parental crisis – it would have been viewed as something having gone very wrong in the family.  Now it’s just wonderful and empowering, save for the poor little boy who is being crushed out of existence in whatever stifling environment he finds himself in.  And yes I am quite guessing but 

Carter took her to a chain drugstore, and Jackie asked for elastic hair bands. Her hair wasn’t long enough yet, but Carter put Jackie’s hair up in five makeshift ponytails.

“And I’ve never seen such a happy child,” she remembers. “To go from maybe an hour before this, this child who looks so sad, to that, I felt like I’d done something right by her.”

In the months that followed, they started talking over girl names, with help from Jackie’s pre-K teacher. On her fourth birthday, the family sang happy birthday for the first time to Jackie……. [So there’s a teacher also encouraging this.  As the article notes, this is in one of the most feverishly amoral regions of the country, where not just accepting but positively endorsing gross perversion is taken as a sign of – contrary to all reason and decency – high moral standing. It’s the kind of thing all right-thinking people in that Sodom by the Bay have to share.]

[Little interlude about how glad the family is to live in amoral Oakland rather than bad old nasty Atlanta in the South, where on a visit some boys questioned their son’s chosen (enforced?) ID]……It’s only been a little more than a year since Jack became Jackie. Neither of her parents has any illusions about the potential struggles ahead. Transgender people have alarmingly high rates of depression, substance abuse and suicide. [Then why in the name of all that is good would you do all you can to encourage this? How much did you do to discourage this behavior?]

“There will be more challenges, certainly, as Jackie gets older and gets around more kids,” Christian says. “Then puberty, and dating, and the challenges will be like a very steep curve. But I’m hoping that by the time she gets there, I hope, one, we’ve given her the tools and two, that there’s more acceptance of this issue.”…… [how can you possibly think a three year old can make a decision like this?  Just because it seems to cause a temporary happiness is hardly a justification to expose him to a lifestyle that by your own admission is ordered towards disastrous outcomes in a huge number of cases.  Why would someone inflict this on their child, especially one so young?  This is the kind of abuse that results in screaming headlines one day when the poor kid is about 18).

[Interregnum – older sister still calls him a boy and his boy name, thank God.  Think of the suffering and turmoil this causes her, as well]…….”I myself have times when I miss my boy,” says James Christian. “And I look at the old clothes and the old pictures and I will miss Jack. And that’s probably never going to go away. That’s just going to take some time.”

So maybe mom is really driving this exercise?  Who knows?  I remain resolute in my belief that children would essentially never choose this kind of radical rejection of self/their true nature without some strong outside influence, be it sexual abuse, neglect, or very strong messages of one kind of another.  I suppose I could be wrong, but I’m highly dubious this “just happened.”  I am increasingly dubious that all but a minute percentage of these perverse lifestyles ever “just happen:” environment plays an overwhelming role.  Why else would it be that so many with long-term prison sentences turn to sodomy, and then immediately revert back upon their release?

It is things like this that really make me long for our eternal home.  This is as exhausting as it is depressing.  Poor little guy.  I pray fervently this is just a phase and he grows beyond it, even with whatever pressure he may be experiencing to embrace this life that never makes ANY of its practitioners truly happy.

And the emasculation of the culture continues apace.



1. Melanie - July 13, 2015

These type of articles drive me insane. Everything you said was spot on. And yes, there seems to be a vast majority of boys transitioning to girls.

In every one of these types of stories I’ve read, dad comes across as a big spineless ninny. Come on, DAD. DO SOMETHING.

2. Margaret Costello - July 13, 2015

Teaching your child that feelings trump reality? And whatever feels good IS good? With philosophy like that, we will create a society of delusional sociopaths…hell is coming to Earth. What these parents did is child abuse. Lord have mercy. God bless~

3. Chrissy - July 13, 2015

My daughter, Virginia, had far more confidence than Laurence, who was two years younger. When Virginia was at school, and wearing her school uniform, Laurence would wear her tartan skirt over the top of his trousers, just in the house. I honestly didn’t give this a second thought. Virginia also gave him a big doll of hers that she had finished with, and a large white handbag. He would take this handbag everywhere with him, and again, I never thought anything about it.
Suddenly, at the age of five, he stopped wearing the skirt, and returned both the doll and the handbag to his sister, saying ” You can have these back now, because I don’t play with them any more ”
There is nothing feminine about Laurence, and I think that he just felt safer doing what his sister did. I didn’t think it right to tell him that he was not able to play with the same toys etc, as his sister.
Similarly, while at playgroup, Laurence would come home with necklaces that he had made for me, while Virginia liked nothing better than to nail chunks of wood together. They both turned out as normal people, without any intervention on my part.

Kathleen - July 13, 2015

That makes sense and is interesting given something a solid parish priest here had written as far as advice related to boys.

He identified the age of roughly 5 to 6 years old as critical and a changing point where mothers have to allow and encourage independence which can be hard on mothers. Less cuddling, from mom and more encouraging them to try their wings. That it was a critical juncture to them becoming masculine that some separation had to happen at that point.

Anyways, interesting that it was at that age that your son set aside playing with his sister’s things.

And I can’t help thinking that the situation with the boy in this NPR story sounds like it could have been much the same if it weren’t for the wretched behavior of the adults involved.

As far as the story it’s just heartbreaking and that our tax dollars through NPR are encouraging it leaves me feeling sick. May God have mercy on that poor boy.

4. Tim Thunell - July 13, 2015

Crisis?…..What Crisis?

5. RVBlake - July 13, 2015

I am sure that this “family” will receive enthusiastic approval on various social media, perhaps a congratulatory TV interview with a sodomitic interviewer. Why in the world would one expect the parents to act like adults in contemporary American “culture”? Adults whole-heartedly exercise their freedom to continue their infantile behavior to the point of Social Security. Speech, dress, behavior in general rarely matures beyond the level of a 16-year old boy.

6. Baseballmom - July 13, 2015

These parents are products of the culture…. We have been abusing children (to the point of death) legally since 1973. Abuse of children as a result of the feelings and emotions of parents is the norm. This has everything to do with the parents and nothing to do with this poor little boy.

7. Janet - July 14, 2015

Lord, have mercy! T_T

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