Charlize Theron is an abusive mother. She is selfish and is hurting her son. Liberals are applauding the unfathomable detachment from reality, mental pain and anguish, and lasting damage that the Hollywood actress is perpetrating upon her child.
Theron, who is the 43-year-old South African actress who won fame for her part in The Cider House Rules, told the press today that her son – who was male, is male, and will always be male – is actually her daughter.
Yes, I thought she was a boy, too,” Theron told The Daily Mail. “Until she looked at me when she was three years old and said, ‘I am not a boy!’”
Of course, three-year-olds say lots of stupid things. Sometimes they think they are super-heroes, butterflies, or unicorns.
It’s then that Theron took the word of toddler, assumed it wasn’t the nonsense make-believe of a tiny tike with an immature and under-functioning brain, and began to psychologically damage and manipulate her son.
Theron said, “So there you go! I have two beautiful daughters who, just like any parent, I want to protect and I want to see thrive. They were born who they are and exactly where in the world both of them get to find themselves as they grow up, and who they want to be, is not for me to decide.”
Theron’s son was born...a son. He was born a boy. That’s who he is. Theron says she wants him to be who he is but refuses to let him be who he is.
He is biologically male. He is anatomically male. He is genetically male. He is scientifically male. He is medically male. He is…a…male, and no amount of make-believe can change that.
Michelle Cretella is a pediatrician and the Executive Director of the American College of Pediatricians. According to her expert medical advice, failure to affirm your child’s actual, real gender is child abuse.
I speak as someone intimately familiar with the pediatric and behavioral health communities and their practices. I am a mother of four who served 17 years as a board certified general pediatrician with a focus in child behavioral health prior to leaving clinical practice in 2012.
For the last 12 years, I have been a board member and researcher for the American College of Pediatricians, and for the last three years I have served as its president.
The accomplished pediatrician continues:
The crux of the matter is that while the transition-affirming movement purports to help children, it is inflicting a grave injustice on them and their nondysphoric peers.
These professionals are using the myth that people are born transgender to justify engaging in massive, uncontrolled, and unconsented experimentation on children who have a psychological condition that would otherwise resolve after puberty in the vast majority of cases…
These harms constitute nothing less than institutionalized child abuse. Sound ethics demand an immediate end to the use of pubertal suppression, cross-sex hormones, and sex reassignment surgeries in children and adolescents, as well as an end to promoting gender ideology via school curricula and legislative policies.
Theron has made a living by playing pretend for the camera, but when she lets her child (or forces them) to live in the land of make-believe, it stunts their growth and psychologically abuses them. No three-year-old should be making life choices. That’s what moms are for.
Theron is a bad one.
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