According to LifeSite News, a licensed psychologist and university professor says that a two-year old can choose whether or not they’re transgender.
“Gender fluidity” is the concept defended by Diane Ehrensaft, who currently teaches at the University of California San Francisco. She says that at the age of two, a little boy or girl should be able to determine whether or not they are transgender. She also says that parents should be comfortable supporting a “gender variant journey” for their child. Gender nonconformity is not a disorder and parents should enable their children to transition to the opposite sex, she says.
“We expect a two-year-old to know ‘I am a boy.’ ‘I am a girl.’ So why can’t that also apply to transgender children?” she asks.
LifeSite reports that that Ehrensaft believes that if a boy wants to wear a dress, parents should buy it for him. She emphasizes that parents should watch their child for signs of gender curiosity, and determine at a young age whether the child is transgender.
Ehrensaft is a supporter of California’s Rainbow Day Camp, where transgender children ages four and up can be encouraged in their “gender variant journey.” The pre-schoolers and elementary school kids who attend this camp begin every morning by choosing the pronoun they wish to use for the day. Campers can choose “he,” “she,” a combo, or even something else if they so choose. The camp has about 60 attendees.
In related news, a lesbian cartoon writer has announced that Disney is beyond willing and excited to publicize her gay lifestyle to preschool kids in a new cartoon.