Male and female are not what we feel we are, but what we actually are. Help your kids sort the truth from fiction regarding transgenderism because transgenderism doesn’t physically exist.
Your child comes home from school one day, and you ask how the day went. However, you weren’t expecting a discussion about gender myths. You learn that one of her classmates is not Andy anymore but wants to be called Andrea. He is now a “she.” At least, that’s what your child says everyone else at school is required to play along with. Andy has become gender dysphoric and has switched his gender identity.
Welcome to the brave new world of transgenderism. (This word with –ism on the end is “politically incorrect,” but it is factually correct. It’s an ideology.) How in the world do you handle such a topic with your child? How do you answer their questions? And how much do you really know about gender identity, gender dysphoria, and all the gender myths? In some ways, the transgenderism trend can be difficult to get a handle on. In other ways, not so much.
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