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Re: Cross dressing school kids on Isle of Wight
« Reply #30 on: September 12, 2017, 06:47:29 PM »
Let him wear the dress if he wants but don't be getting all upset if he comes home saying he is getting called names.
Yes, a 6 year old child is a legitimate target for bullying if he/she wishes to wear different clothes to most of his/her peers.

It is a young child in a dress. Relax yourselves.
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Re: Cross dressing school kids on Isle of Wight
« Reply #31 on: September 13, 2017, 12:43:14 AM »
Say the kid identifies as a nudist and wants to march to school naked. That allowed now too?
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Re: Cross dressing school kids on Isle of Wight
« Reply #32 on: September 13, 2017, 12:58:59 AM »
Move the island to the northern end of the mainland and call the skirt a kilt.

Everyone happy.

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« Reply #33 on: September 13, 2017, 05:11:31 AM »
Looked in depth into the transgender thing about a year ago and must say I was surprised what I found.
I initially thought it was purely a psychological thing but there appears to be a strong genetic evidence for it in id twins, (tho my own anecdotal experience of id twins has been the opposite, where twin appeared to be forging a different identity but then I dont know how they have progressed since.) There also even appear to be strong biological indicators. Certainly the medical evidence for it is quite strong especially in comparison to other identities we now take as a given.

Gender confusion often seems to manifest itself fairly early as well, so and the earlier its "practiced" the less psychological damage apparently.

A particularly tragic case of two twin boys in canada I think where one had an accident during routine male genital mutilation (known as circumcision in countries were its practiced) had to be castrated and the doctors suggested it would be best to raise him a girl. This included hormone injection everything being treated like a girl his whole life. He always thought he waa boy and ended up committing suicide as a young man. This is a single case obviously but it is indicative evidence that gender swapping is difficult to induce environmentally or physiologically

I still cant help but smirk sometimes when I see trannie out and about but I catch myself from going down the roll my eyes, passing it off as attention seeking and try to remember there is a person in there with a real struggle going on, must be fairly shit when you think about it.

This case is fairly young tho but I could not have an opinion only that you would presume the parents know their child best. I think the transgender with the transgender child mentioned was a spokesperson not the parent of the child in question. Taking the child out of school seems a bit extreme but was there also something that the child was going to be subject to discipline for calling the transgender child a boy? That also seems a bit extreme but then suing the school seems a bit mad also.
Seems like people cant take a step back, if the two sets of parents were set down and explained to each other their situations they would be able to understand each others position a lot better.

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Re: Cross dressing school kids on Isle of Wight
« Reply #34 on: September 13, 2017, 06:37:51 AM »
Here's that case in canada

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Reimer

Pretty horrific what they did to him

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« Reply #35 on: September 13, 2017, 07:58:22 AM »
Looked in depth into the transgender thing about a year ago and must say I was surprised what I found.
I initially thought it was purely a psychological thing but there appears to be a strong genetic evidence for it in id twins, (tho my own anecdotal experience of id twins has been the opposite, where twin appeared to be forging a different identity but then I dont know how they have progressed since.) There also even appear to be strong biological indicators. Certainly the medical evidence for it is quite strong especially in comparison to other identities we now take as a given.

Gender confusion often seems to manifest itself fairly early as well, so and the earlier its "practiced" the less psychological damage apparently.

A particularly tragic case of two twin boys in canada I think where one had an accident during routine male genital mutilation (known as circumcision in countries were its practiced) had to be castrated and the doctors suggested it would be best to raise him a girl. This included hormone injection everything being treated like a girl his whole life. He always thought he waa boy and ended up committing suicide as a young man. This is a single case obviously but it is indicative evidence that gender swapping is difficult to induce environmentally or physiologically

I still cant help but smirk sometimes when I see trannie out and about but I catch myself from going down the roll my eyes, passing it off as attention seeking and try to remember there is a person in there with a real struggle going on, must be fairly shit when you think about it.

This case is fairly young tho but I could not have an opinion only that you would presume the parents know their child best. I think the transgender with the transgender child mentioned was a spokesperson not the parent of the child in question. Taking the child out of school seems a bit extreme but was there also something that the child was going to be subject to discipline for calling the transgender child a boy? That also seems a bit extreme but then suing the school seems a bit mad also.
Seems like people cant take a step back, if the two sets of parents were set down and explained to each other their situations they would be able to understand each others position a lot better.

You're hole, in this age of social media, the interweb and no real rules to play by, everyone thinks they are correct and everyone should compromise for them, every tail now thinks they have the right to wag the dog, the 6 year old's parents should be told the child conforms to a male attire or expel them from the school end off, it was a council not wishing to offend a minority group that allowed the rape of kids for years.

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Re: Cross dressing school kids on Isle of Wight
« Reply #36 on: September 13, 2017, 10:28:53 AM »
Looked in depth into the transgender thing about a year ago and must say I was surprised what I found.
I initially thought it was purely a psychological thing but there appears to be a strong genetic evidence for it in id twins, (tho my own anecdotal experience of id twins has been the opposite, where twin appeared to be forging a different identity but then I dont know how they have progressed since.) There also even appear to be strong biological indicators. Certainly the medical evidence for it is quite strong especially in comparison to other identities we now take as a given.

Gender confusion often seems to manifest itself fairly early as well, so and the earlier its "practiced" the less psychological damage apparently.

A particularly tragic case of two twin boys in canada I think where one had an accident during routine male genital mutilation (known as circumcision in countries were its practiced) had to be castrated and the doctors suggested it would be best to raise him a girl. This included hormone injection everything being treated like a girl his whole life. He always thought he waa boy and ended up committing suicide as a young man. This is a single case obviously but it is indicative evidence that gender swapping is difficult to induce environmentally or physiologically

I still cant help but smirk sometimes when I see trannie out and about but I catch myself from going down the roll my eyes, passing it off as attention seeking and try to remember there is a person in there with a real struggle going on, must be fairly shit when you think about it.

This case is fairly young tho but I could not have an opinion only that you would presume the parents know their child best. I think the transgender with the transgender child mentioned was a spokesperson not the parent of the child in question. Taking the child out of school seems a bit extreme but was there also something that the child was going to be subject to discipline for calling the transgender child a boy? That also seems a bit extreme but then suing the school seems a bit mad also.
Seems like people cant take a step back, if the two sets of parents were set down and explained to each other their situations they would be able to understand each others position a lot better.

You're hole, in this age of social media, the interweb and no real rules to play by, everyone thinks they are correct and everyone should compromise for them, every tail now thinks they have the right to wag the dog, the 6 year old's parents should be told the child conforms to a male attire or expel them from the school end off, it was a council not wishing to offend a minority group that allowed the rape of kids for years.
You're obviously somebody who thought very deeply about this!

Tell me, what do you think of girls wearing trousers to school?

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Re: Cross dressing school kids on Isle of Wight
« Reply #37 on: September 13, 2017, 10:31:47 AM »
Let him wear the dress if he wants but don't be getting all upset if he comes home saying he is getting called names.
Yes, a 6 year old child is a legitimate target for bullying if he/she wishes to wear different clothes to most of his/her peers.

It is a young child in a dress. Relax yourselves.

Yeah if you had read on down you would have seen my next comment was to explain that I did not realise it was a 6yr old.

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Re: Cross dressing school kids on Isle of Wight
« Reply #38 on: September 13, 2017, 10:35:12 AM »
Let him wear the dress if he wants but don't be getting all upset if he comes home saying he is getting called names.
Yes, a 6 year old child is a legitimate target for bullying if he/she wishes to wear different clothes to most of his/her peers.

It is a young child in a dress. Relax yourselves.

Yeah if you had read on down you would have seen my next comment was to explain that I did not realise it was a 6yr old.

But by the same token it is inevitable that a kid will get attention for the like or should extra effort be made to teach all primary school kids that a boy wanting to wear skirts and be a girl is normal and expect that this gets through?
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Re: Cross dressing school kids on Isle of Wight
« Reply #39 on: September 13, 2017, 11:27:55 AM »
But by the same token it is inevitable that a kid will get attention for the like or should extra effort be made to teach all primary school kids that a boy wanting to wear skirts and be a girl is normal and expect that this gets through?
I don't think there's any need to expressly tech kids at six about transgender issues. What there is a need for is to teach kids of all ages not to giving bully anyone because of how they look/dress/sounds/act etc.

Actually never mind kids, people of all ages need to be taught that, including some complete f**king muppets who fancy themselves as hilarious comedians on this board.
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Re: Cross dressing school kids on Isle of Wight
« Reply #40 on: September 13, 2017, 11:37:25 AM »
Looked in depth into the transgender thing about a year ago and must say I was surprised what I found.
I initially thought it was purely a psychological thing but there appears to be a strong genetic evidence for it in id twins, (tho my own anecdotal experience of id twins has been the opposite, where twin appeared to be forging a different identity but then I dont know how they have progressed since.) There also even appear to be strong biological indicators. Certainly the medical evidence for it is quite strong especially in comparison to other identities we now take as a given.

Gender confusion often seems to manifest itself fairly early as well, so and the earlier its "practiced" the less psychological damage apparently.

A particularly tragic case of two twin boys in canada I think where one had an accident during routine male genital mutilation (known as circumcision in countries were its practiced) had to be castrated and the doctors suggested it would be best to raise him a girl. This included hormone injection everything being treated like a girl his whole life. He always thought he waa boy and ended up committing suicide as a young man. This is a single case obviously but it is indicative evidence that gender swapping is difficult to induce environmentally or physiologically

I still cant help but smirk sometimes when I see trannie out and about but I catch myself from going down the roll my eyes, passing it off as attention seeking and try to remember there is a person in there with a real struggle going on, must be fairly shit when you think about it.

This case is fairly young tho but I could not have an opinion only that you would presume the parents know their child best. I think the transgender with the transgender child mentioned was a spokesperson not the parent of the child in question. Taking the child out of school seems a bit extreme but was there also something that the child was going to be subject to discipline for calling the transgender child a boy? That also seems a bit extreme but then suing the school seems a bit mad also.
Seems like people cant take a step back, if the two sets of parents were set down and explained to each other their situations they would be able to understand each others position a lot better.

You're hole, in this age of social media, the interweb and no real rules to play by, everyone thinks they are correct and everyone should compromise for them, every tail now thinks they have the right to wag the dog, the 6 year old's parents should be told the child conforms to a male attire or expel them from the school end off, it was a council not wishing to offend a minority group that allowed the rape of kids for years.
You're obviously somebody who thought very deeply about this!

Tell me, what do you think of girls wearing trousers to school?

Very practical attire - your point?

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Re: Cross dressing school kids on Isle of Wight
« Reply #41 on: September 13, 2017, 11:39:44 AM »
But by the same token it is inevitable that a kid will get attention for the like or should extra effort be made to teach all primary school kids that a boy wanting to wear skirts and be a girl is normal and expect that this gets through?
I don't think there's any need to expressly tech kids at six about transgender issues. What there is a need for is to teach kids of all ages not to giving bully anyone because of how they look/dress/sounds/act etc.

Actually never mind kids, people of all ages need to be taught that, including some complete f**king muppets who fancy themselves as hilarious comedians on this board.

Take it you are referring to yourself, it amazes me the sanctimonious w**kers on here who think everyone else is the problem, not them!

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« Reply #42 on: September 13, 2017, 11:45:48 AM »
Looked in depth into the transgender thing about a year ago and must say I was surprised what I found.
I initially thought it was purely a psychological thing but there appears to be a strong genetic evidence for it in id twins, (tho my own anecdotal experience of id twins has been the opposite, where twin appeared to be forging a different identity but then I dont know how they have progressed since.) There also even appear to be strong biological indicators. Certainly the medical evidence for it is quite strong especially in comparison to other identities we now take as a given.

Gender confusion often seems to manifest itself fairly early as well, so and the earlier its "practiced" the less psychological damage apparently.

A particularly tragic case of two twin boys in canada I think where one had an accident during routine male genital mutilation (known as circumcision in countries were its practiced) had to be castrated and the doctors suggested it would be best to raise him a girl. This included hormone injection everything being treated like a girl his whole life. He always thought he waa boy and ended up committing suicide as a young man. This is a single case obviously but it is indicative evidence that gender swapping is difficult to induce environmentally or physiologically

I still cant help but smirk sometimes when I see trannie out and about but I catch myself from going down the roll my eyes, passing it off as attention seeking and try to remember there is a person in there with a real struggle going on, must be fairly shit when you think about it.

This case is fairly young tho but I could not have an opinion only that you would presume the parents know their child best. I think the transgender with the transgender child mentioned was a spokesperson not the parent of the child in question. Taking the child out of school seems a bit extreme but was there also something that the child was going to be subject to discipline for calling the transgender child a boy? That also seems a bit extreme but then suing the school seems a bit mad also.
Seems like people cant take a step back, if the two sets of parents were set down and explained to each other their situations they would be able to understand each others position a lot better.

You're hole, in this age of social media, the interweb and no real rules to play by, everyone thinks they are correct and everyone should compromise for them, every tail now thinks they have the right to wag the dog, the 6 year old's parents should be told the child conforms to a male attire or expel them from the school end off, it was a council not wishing to offend a minority group that allowed the rape of kids for years.
You're obviously somebody who thought very deeply about this!

Tell me, what do you think of girls wearing trousers to school?

Very practical attire - your point?
But surely, as trousers are traditionally "male attire", girls wearing them would be "crossdressing", yes?

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Re: Cross dressing school kids on Isle of Wight
« Reply #43 on: September 13, 2017, 11:50:31 AM »

Take it you are referring to yourself, it amazes me the sanctimonious w**kers on here who think everyone else is the problem, not them!
"Sanctimonious w**kers who think everyone else is the problem, not them" would appear to be a very good description of the parents who removed their child from school because another child wore a dress, alright.

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Re: Cross dressing school kids on Isle of Wight
« Reply #44 on: September 13, 2017, 12:05:49 PM »
Looked in depth into the transgender thing about a year ago and must say I was surprised what I found.
I initially thought it was purely a psychological thing but there appears to be a strong genetic evidence for it in id twins, (tho my own anecdotal experience of id twins has been the opposite, where twin appeared to be forging a different identity but then I dont know how they have progressed since.) There also even appear to be strong biological indicators. Certainly the medical evidence for it is quite strong especially in comparison to other identities we now take as a given.

Gender confusion often seems to manifest itself fairly early as well, so and the earlier its "practiced" the less psychological damage apparently.

A particularly tragic case of two twin boys in canada I think where one had an accident during routine male genital mutilation (known as circumcision in countries were its practiced) had to be castrated and the doctors suggested it would be best to raise him a girl. This included hormone injection everything being treated like a girl his whole life. He always thought he waa boy and ended up committing suicide as a young man. This is a single case obviously but it is indicative evidence that gender swapping is difficult to induce environmentally or physiologically

I still cant help but smirk sometimes when I see trannie out and about but I catch myself from going down the roll my eyes, passing it off as attention seeking and try to remember there is a person in there with a real struggle going on, must be fairly shit when you think about it.

This case is fairly young tho but I could not have an opinion only that you would presume the parents know their child best. I think the transgender with the transgender child mentioned was a spokesperson not the parent of the child in question. Taking the child out of school seems a bit extreme but was there also something that the child was going to be subject to discipline for calling the transgender child a boy? That also seems a bit extreme but then suing the school seems a bit mad also.
Seems like people cant take a step back, if the two sets of parents were set down and explained to each other their situations they would be able to understand each others position a lot better.

You're hole, in this age of social media, the interweb and no real rules to play by, everyone thinks they are correct and everyone should compromise for them, every tail now thinks they have the right to wag the dog, the 6 year old's parents should be told the child conforms to a male attire or expel them from the school end off, it was a council not wishing to offend a minority group that allowed the rape of kids for years.
You're obviously somebody who thought very deeply about this!

Tell me, what do you think of girls wearing trousers to school?

Very practical attire - your point?
But surely, as trousers are traditionally "male attire", girls wearing them would be "crossdressing", yes?

You are clutching at straws now kid, is that the best argument you have.