Parents Stopping Puberty So Child Can Pick Gender

There's a couple in California who want their pre-teen to pick his/her own sex. Yes, you read that correctly. At present, the child is being pumped full of hormone blockers to delay puberty until he/she decides which gender path to choose. Once that decision is made, hormones will be given to start puberty. This is like the Canadian couple who are using their baby as a soci.... Morons.

What the eff? This couple needs a firm smack upside the head. Hey, if someone wants to experiment with his or her own sexuality and God-given gender, have at it. This is a free country. If you want to play Creator, go for it. I'll never treat you differently and I'll teach my children to respect all people, regardless of their lifestyle. But when it comes to parents allowing their kids to choose such a life-altering decision at a young age? That's where I draw the line.

Let's for a moment lay aside the health concerns of synthetically prolonging puberty. How many impressionable...(jump here)

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