Moonbats Suppress Their Child’s Gender

Not everyone should be a parent. In Sweden, a pair of moonbats are attempting to turn their child into a freak by pretending the poor kid has no gender:

Pop’s parents, both 24, made a decision when their baby was born to keep Pop’s sex a secret. Aside from a select few — those who have changed the child’s diaper — nobody knows Pop’s gender; if anyone enquires, Pop’s parents simply say they don’t disclose this information.

In an interview with newspaper Svenska Dagbladet in March, the parents were quoted saying their decision was rooted in the feminist philosophy that gender is a social construction. …

Pop’s wardrobe includes everything from dresses to trousers and Pop’s hairstyle changes on a regular basis. And Pop usually decides how Pop is going to dress on a given morning.

Although Pop knows that there are physical differences between a boy and a girl, Pop’s parents never use personal pronouns when referring to the child — they just say Pop.

“I believe that the self-confidence and personality that Pop has shaped will remain for a lifetime,” said Pop’s mother.

Or rather, the psychological damaged Pop’s moonbat parents are inflicting will last a lifetime. A similar experiment was tried in 1967,

when a circumcision left one of two twin brothers without a penis. Dr. John Money, who asserted that gender was learned rather than innate, convinced the parents to raise ‘David’ as ‘Brenda’ and the child had cosmetic genitalia reconstruction surgery.

She [sic] was raised as a female, with girls’ clothes, games and codes of behaviour. The parents never told Brenda the secret until she [sic] was a teenager and rebelled against femininity. She [sic] then started receiving testosterone injections and underwent another genetic reconstruction process to become David again. David Reimer denounced the experiment as a crushing failure before committing suicide at the age of 38.

But moonbattery can never fail enough times to warrant giving up, or socialism would have been abandoned generations ago. All we need is a little more coercion. Maybe if we got the federal government more involved in childrearing…

On a tip from MP. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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