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10 Insane Reasons Mothers Declared Toddlers ‘Transgender’
“Jeanette Jennings’s 3 yo [year old] son unbuttoned his onesie and pulled it down ‘like a dress.’” That’s actually the reason one sick mother gave for gender “transitioning” her toddler son. Child abuse has gone off the charts in America.
Before I share all the stories of absolutely insane reasons that mothers transitioned their toddlers, I would like to make a few points for important context. Firstly, just because boys don’t like sports or girls don’t like princesses doesn’t make them transgender. Not only that, but I have known a number of girls who were great tomboys as children, and yet now wear dresses and makeup and do their hair and want to date boys and etc. I also knew multiple boys who liked to play with dolls and even to wear princess dresses when they were three or four years old; they have grown up to be perfectly normal young men, interested in the military or sports or other “masculine” activities. A four-year-old boy liking a princess doll or a a three-year-old girl disliking pink are NOT indicators of transgenderism, which is biologically impossible anyway.
I would also like to know what it really means for children supposedly to dislike or demand certain types of clothing. There have been instances where parents have deliberately forced their sons, for instance, to wear girl clothes; perhaps the mothers in question here were forcing or at least encouraging their sons to dress like girls, then declaring them transgender? And what does it mean to “reject” the clothes? Does it mean that the toddlers threw fits when the parents tried to dress them? I have scarcely known a toddler who doesn’t do that. Nor do very small girls usually enjoy having their hair pulled into hair ties; that doesn’t make them transgender.
From Two Genders One Truth on X (Twitter):
“Read the most insane reasons 10 abusive mothers gave for ‘transitioning’ their child.
-Dr. Anne Georgulas’s 7 yo son wanted a girl toy in a McDonalds happy meal and liked a Disney princess
-Mary Carter’s 3 yo son looked sad one day. When she asked him why, he said because he was a boy. Mary immediately bought hair ties, gave him pigtails, and ‘transitioned’ him
-Emily Torrisi’s daughter liked trucks at 1; boys clothing at 2 and was ‘transitioned’ at 5 yo
-Klara Jeynes’s daughter didn’t like pig tails at 18 months; rejected ‘stereotypical girl clothes’ at 2; was ‘transitioned’ at 3 yo
-Megan Goebel’s 18 month old played with his sisters clothes and nail polish; he played dress up in preschool; Megan said his obsession with a headband was a ‘sign’; the ‘final test’ was him not liking t-ball at 4
-Jeanette Jennings’s 3 yo son unbuttoned his onesie and pulled it down ‘like a dress’
-Molly Maxwell’s son ‘went nuts’ over dresses at 18 months; liked shoes, tiaras, and pink; rejected trucks at 2; was ‘transitioned’ at 4 yo
-Su Penn’s daughter didn’t like a dress in a magazine and wanted a boy haircut at 2; picked male pronouns at a transgender conference at 5
-Beth Clawson’s 2 yo son wouldn’t leave the house without a tutu. Wore towels on his head to mimic long hair
-Debi Jackson’s son liked wearing jewelry and ‘tucked his genitals away’ at 2; wanted long hair and liked nail polish, female characters, dresses at 3”
God help these poor children. Their mothers are sick abusers.
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