Corey Maison meme

Corey Maison meme

Corey Maison’s mom groomed him to internet fame by posting controversial sexualized photos of him on social media. Also a video where she ‘surprises’ him with Estrogen injections at the age of fourteen.

Sterilizing Cross-sex Hormones? For me?!

Sterilizing Cross-sex Hormones? For me?!

Now mom Erica House has caught the Gender Identity bug herself and admits to the Daily Mail that she’s been injecting testosterone on the down-low for the last year, and wants to be known as Eric.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4134008/Mom-transgender-girl-reveals-living-MAN.html

 

Mom then.

Mom then.

Mom now.

Mom now.

The Mirror is running with a “World’s First Transgender Dad and Daughter” headline, but regular readers know that this isn’t uncommon. GenderTrender has been covering this phenomenon at least as far back as 2011.

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Mirror headline.

It’s also not uncommon for trans activist parents who are pimping out their ‘transgender’ children to the media to keep things on the down-low. For example, Haley Bridges, who runs a fake nonprofit along with Debi Jackson out of Kansas City called ‘TrueGender’, never mentions her husband in any of her materials or interviews.

Haley Bridges bio

Haley Bridges bio

Where's Dad?

November 2016. Where’s Step-Dad?

No dad here, right?

No step-dad here, right?

That’s because Step-Dad is also transitioning- to “a woman” named Sara Olivia Taylor.

“Right now the focus is on children because they are the marginalized minority that we’re focusing on”, he explained to KKFI’s Tenth Voice program in October.

“How did coming out go for you with family and friends?” the interviewer asked.

“It went wonderfully. It was almost a fairy tale coming out. My stepdaughter Jasmine had come out as transgender and that prompted me to confess my feelings of my gender orientation to Haley and we just kind of went from there. It was maybe six months later that I made a complete transition to present as female for the rest of my life.”

4thWaveNow

Lily Maynard (a pseudonym) lives with her husband and their family in the UK. Her daughter, Jessie, was 15 when she first began identifying as trans.

In this post, Lily chronicles her grueling journey of self education on trans issues, and her determination to share what she learned with Jessie, who at first utterly dismissed her mother’s efforts.  But after 9 months, Jessie, now 16, eventually desisted from trans identification, and, with the support of her mother and another formerly trans-identified friend, came to recognize and embrace herself as a young woman.

Jessie adds her own observations at the end of her mother’s post.

Lily and Jessie are both available to interact with readers in the comments section of this post.


by Lily Maynard

My youngest daughter Jessie was never a ‘girly’ girl. As a small child she was often mistaken for a boy, despite her long hair, because mostly…

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This is called BUILDING UP

December 9, 2016

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Two Genders?

October 28, 2016

Full article: http://review.antiochcollege.org/sacred-androgen-transgender-debate-daniel-harris Daniel Harris’s essay will be reposted on GenderTrender in full if it is censored.

The Antioch Review Blog

It has come to our attention that an article published in the Winter 2016 issue of The Antioch Review is stirring debate in our campus and alumni communities and within the broader transgender community. Daniel Harris’ views are his own, and based on the response of some readers, are deeply offensive to many transgender individuals and supporters. Antioch College does not condone or always agree with the ideas and viewpoints expressed in the Review. We do, however, have confidence in the Review’s editor and editorial process, and support a key Antiochian value—the free expression of ideas and opinions, even when they run counter to our own. As a college, we encourage our students, faculty, and the broader community to engage in critical thought and dialogue around important issues, including this one. We believe commitments to the ideals of free expression and support for LGBTQ human and civil rights are not…

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Gender Blah

February 14, 2016