Transgender at 8?Identity vs Submission

Transgender at 8?Identity vs Submission

I was a Tomboy, hated dresses and shoes, most of my childhood pictures show me in jeans and barefoot.
I rode my horse bareback, liked to hang out with the boys and the old men who rolled their cigarettes and built fences.
Even when I played with dolls, my main focus was to build them structures out of things that I could find lying around, I later went into the building industry.
I did flourish as a girl by the time I became a teenager and enjoyed being all girl but still with interest for what most called typical male activities, my father even used to say that I thought like a boy.
My personality and my gender were two distinct identities, not linked in any way.
Had my parents decided that just because my personality favored male activities I therefore wanted to be a boy, they would have destroyed me by putting me through a process of changing my gender like so many parents are doing today with their vulnerable and clueless children.
I see stories of parents putting their children through hormone blocking therapy as early as 8 years old because they assumed their kid was born in the wrong body, to me that is a reflection of the parents own insecurities and/or need to be so accepting that they are willing to sacrifice their own children’s well-being to look cool.  
Let children be children! Allow them to hold on to their innocence for as long as possible, allow them to grow into whoever they are meant to be without pushing them into decisions that they are not mature enough to make.
These parents have become a tool for the globalists whose interest is to remove any sense of identity because people without identity are easily controlled, they want global citizens, they want global submission.  Strong people with a solid sense of identity do not submit, so they are grooming the next generation using gender now to completely remove any sense of self.
Personally, I don’t think there is anything more evil than to target children to accomplish a goal.
We have an obligation as a society to save our children from this new trend of transgenderism at such a young age, don’t just criticize it, get involved! Your tax dollars pay for public education, make yourself heard.  Go to school mettings, write letters, write to Congress, just do something! 
We, as a society, will one day be held accountable for allowing the destruction of these innocent children, so speak up! Fight back, protect these little ones.
I’ll leave you with a Bible verse:
Matthew 18:6
” If anyone causes one of these little ones—those who believe in me—to stumble, it would be better for them to have a large millstone hung around their neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea.”
May God have mercy on us if we fail to protect our children!

12 thoughts on “Transgender at 8?Identity vs Submission

  1. I’m glad you are who you are beautiful lady who can build lol

    On Mon, Dec 10, 2018, 1:24 PM Sybele On The Level sybelec posted: ” I was a Tomboy, hated dresses and shoes, most of my > childhood pictures show me in jeans and barefoot. I rode my horse bareback, > liked to hang out with the boys and the old men who rolled their cigarettes > and built fences. Even when I played with dol” >

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  2. A divorced father in Dallas Texas is being forced against his will by a judge to pay for his 6 year old son to be chemically castrated. Can you help me help the father stop this? My name is Alan Echols. Message me

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    1. Alan, I’m aware of the situation and it’s extremely sad and troubling! Unfortunately, none of us have the power to interfere in a private case like that. All we can do is pray that the father is able to have a good legal team on his side to fight this abuse, a 6 year old should be playing and getting dirty outside, not contemplating gender reassignment!

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  3. Raise your boys to be men and raise your girls to be woman. Transgender is an abnormal behavior that is being normalised. It is sick and wrong.

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  4. Like you, I liked the “boy things” and helped dad rather than be around mom. I was a math whiz and never cared for primping, etc., although I did like to sew and made my own clothes as a teenager. The oldest child of a sharecropper with no brothers, I worked in the fields and even plowed with a mule. My first husband wanted no family responsibility and I did all tasks. I never did enjoy chatting with other girls/women about makeup, parties etc. In several jobs I was told, “You think like a man.” When I was teaching I had the opportunity to do a wonderful personality assessment that explained — I really DO think like a man. Only 1 in 8000 women has my personality profile.!!!.. But that doesn’t mean I would want to change genders! So glad this wasn’t done when I was young.
    As a school counselor in Nashville TN, I got a new student in 2006 from Louisiana who had been displaced by Hurricane Katrina. This student was a 14-year-old ward of the state and had been undergoing sex change hormones for several years at the expense of the state of Louisiana to change from a boy to a girl. Even with perfect makeup, pink ruffles and dainty sandals his six-foot muscular frame could not look like a girl. How sad that this was done to a child!
    One Question: What happens if, at the age of 25-30 this person decides it was all a mistake and wants to change back? Does he then sue the state?
    Another Question: Why do people have to wait until age 21 to drink alcohol or buy a gun; and wait until age 18 to get married and vote, but are allowed to change genders at age 5?
    And how does the Department of Children’s Services in various states justify using our tax dollars to pay for this?
    It makes no sense.

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    1. Love your insight! Thank you. As a matter of fact, after writing this blog today I’ve decided that we need to do something, we can’t just watch this happen anymore. So, I’m doing some research and hope to put together a package to present to members of congress hoping for a bill to prevent such transformation before legal age.

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      1. There is another issue I’ve frequently pondered.. Where is DIVERSITY? Do the Libs think from age 3? or so, all girls should do certain things and feel certain ways, and the same with all boys? To me what is interesting about boys/girls and men/women is the DIVERSITY of skill sets and interests WITHIN each gender!!!. Do the Libs want all within each gender to be Milquetoast copies of each other? Where would they draw the line?
        Another note. I recently enjoyed a tour of our State Legislature with a group of Heritage Sentinels during which we had meetings with several legislators including the new House Speaker. You may know that in Tennessee the GOP has overwhelming majorities in both our House and Senate. (Too bad Dems get to vote in the GOP Primaries resulting in too many RINOs.)
        One legislator is working on education issues and when I told him about my student from Louisiana, he said that he suspects this is being done in Tennessee but in previous years with the previous RINO speaker, information was not made available to the legislature. This makes me wonder in just how many states Children’s Services is doing this… I wondered back in 2006 if the taxpayers in Louisiana knew that their tax funds were being used for this.
        Another issue is the medical issue and the Hippocratic Oath. How can doctors justify doing this? I’ve read SEVERAL papers from doctors against it… For example.. https://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/michael-w-chapman/johns-hopkins-psychiatrist-transgender-mental-disorder-sex-change

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  5. I was a tomboy growing up. I had 2 older brothers and lived in an all boy neighborhood. Thank God my parents did not think like these cruel parents. This is pure child abuse and they need to be held accountable. They will be the day they meet their creator. But, I want it now on earth. JAIL them.

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  6. I am being sick over all these so called “grown ups “ who want to be so politically correct so they sacrifice their own children. Is there a possibility to get involved politically even though I am not a citizen? I really want to fight for those poor children and stop them from being abused. I live in Arizona.

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