posted on Jan, 22 2012 @ 12:28 AM
reply to post by VoidHawk
[color=dodgerblue]You referenced my thread in your OP, so I thought I would respond.
Sasha wasn't beaten.
He wasn't starved.
He hasn't been neglected.
He hasn't been abused in the traditional sense.
But what his parents are doing to him? Still isn't right. They are saying that they are raising him in a 'gender neutral' fashion, but at the very
same time they are pushing overtly feminine ideas on him. I think it qualifies as psychological abuse.
Sasha isn't allowed to wear masculine clothing, but is
allowed to wear sparkly pink bathing suits and tutus.
Sasha isn't allowed to wear cargo pants, but fairy wings? Those are fine.
Why not just let him be a boy? What would be wrong with that?
The child is going to be so confused, if he isn't already. They are setting him up for a childhood full of bullying and a constant struggle for him to
try to see where exactly he fits in. Boy or girl? He probably isn't too sure.
So yes. I can agree that he hasn't been physically abused. I will give you that.
But I cannot and will not agree that this social experiment that his ultra-feminist-blogger mother is putting him through doesn't qualify as abuse on
Link to the thread the OP mentioned
edit on 22-1-2012 by daryllyn because: (no reason given)