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With his blonde pigtails and purple tutu, Zach Avery, now five, has been living as a girl for more than a year – after he first refused to live as a boy when he turned three.  Little Zach was just three when he began refusing to live as a boy, instead choosing to wear pink dresses and ribbons in his long, blonde hair – because he has Gender Identity Disorder (GID).
Mum Theresa Avery, 32, said Zach used to be a ‘normal’ little boy who loved Thomas the Tank Engine, but suddenly at the end of 2010, he decided he wanted to live as a girl. ”   here

Unbelievably sad.  A beautiful, little four year old boy, barely out of diapers, making a ‘decision’ that he’ll now be a girl.  No need for parenting in this household; no need for parental instruction; no need for guidance. Nothing to see here. . .  move along?

This little boy might have as well popped out of an egg shell.

This is a walking baby.  A child who still must be taught right and wrong, good and bad, acceptable and unacceptable – were he fortunate enough to have parents capable of doing so themselves… or herself.  Children don’t decide they’re boys or girls anymore than they decided to take Mummy’s credit card, fly to Hoboken, New Jersey and purchase a Mercedes.  Any reasonable, sensible thinking parent should be capable of telling “little Zach”, “NO”.  Even explain why if necessary.  “You’re a boy, a male” with consistency and with a sense of enforce normalcy, for this temporarily confused child.

It’s a pathetic reflection of society, happening way too often, when adults calling themselves ‘parents’ allow little children to set the rules and make life long decision before they’re old enough to be in school. And poor Zach isn’t the only troubled child with such disoriented parents.  (here)

This is caused by a terrible illness.  A sickness related to the emotional disease of Liberalism, when an adult allows and encourages a small, pre-schooler to ‘decide’ he’s a different sex. This isn’t a “disorder” it’s a total failure in parenting and discipline. This will be a highly disturbed and emotionally trouble person his entire life if intervention doesn’t quickly take place.

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