Bugs was a POSITIVE role model for many kids growing up and why should transgender be any different. Bugs would dress & behave as a woman with class, grace, beauty & intelligence. Teaching kids from as young as 5 - 17 , I noticed several times.. this child is different, gay. I never thought anything else of it, nothing negative - ever. It was obvious to me anyhow, thinking back- I bet it was obvious to the parents too, perhaps they were in denial. Who cares? Not me. I do not care about your sexual preference, if you choose to change your appearance - to best suit you.. -AMAZING! We are created to create- EACH one of us - SHINW- anyway you know how. Children taught me being gay, homosexual, transgender - was not an option but a way of life for them. Naturally.
As long as a human is not harming another- what business is if ours - how we present ourselves to the world. We have one simple task- choose Joy! Express Joy... I've come to realize it is an absolute sin to not give thanks for each new day, no matter the situation. Yesterday was Canada day, it too now comes with past history issues (I need to research further), NOW - in the moment- it represents to me - reminds me - I love the country I live in. Canada is beautiful & we teach constantly - all can live together- Toronto is the melting pot of the world. That is something to be VERY proud about Canada.
If you have fears about transgender ( it's the only reason I can think of anyone hating a transgender person) - it's more about confusion. Watch the documentary.
When it comes to children I do not encourage 'directing' them any way. Honestly I wish they did not see as much as they do on television because I do believe it adds to confusion. All they should be encouraged to do - is create, 'shine' & be nice tiny humans..
Encourage letting them discover for themselves the direction they will go with their own bodies - & loving them & supporting them with the difficult (in many cases) decision. Lord knows, we all face enough anguish from strangers who do NOT know us but continue to judge us for many reasons. Anything that makes us want to be better humans should be embraced.
with TLC & THC
Ginger thinks she's a chicken.