The problem is, instead of saying Hey she just wants to hang out with the boys, it is being morphed into she is a boy and if you say differently we will sue you in court.
in the past, she would be a tomboy: no problem (not a Pinay tomboy, which means lesbian), but a gal who hangs out with the guys and does guy stuff, like Daisy Duke,.who can shoot a gun, race a car, or take apart an engine as well as any of the guys.
Must be PC, and must sue to make everyone else go along with your desires. And what is worse, is that this is slowly eating away at the biological realities of gender, and the idea of family that is partly based on the biology that women have kids.
and to make sure the kids are brainwashed, the schools will make sure that kids will be handed preachy propaganda to make sure they agree with the agenda.
the thing is, that in the days before feminists took over, girls who wanted to be a boy was common, and they were called tomboys: and adjusting to the feminine role model when one hit puberty was a common theme in books.
So I laugh at some of this, because a classic "children's" book by Enid Blyton has a character who is a girl wanting to be a boy, and no one thinks anything of it. For the clueless, these books date way back to 1942.
The Famous Five:
Wikipedia page here.
he Famous Five are a group of children who have the sort of adventures most kids dream about, in a world where ginger beer flows and ham rolls are a staple diet. Julian, Dick and Anne get together with their cousin George in the first adventure, Five On A Treasure Island. George is actually a girl who wants so desperately to be a boy she crops her hair and struts about doing boy things. She hates it when people call her by her correct name, Georgina.
why yes. And back then, everyone would just see it as an eccentricity, as part of growing up, figuring that when puberty hit, she'd bounce back to being a girl and survive the trauma of having lady parts and all the mess that goes along with it (and all the nice stuff too).
and for those who are not going through a phase, but really suffer from transgender syndrome, well, maybe we should just love and accept them as they are. Like we do here in the Philippines, and like people used to do in the past.