Trans Guy Reacts To Mario Lopez on Transgender Kids Debate ::: Onision & Kai Podcast




Mario Lopez has some words on the transgender kids debate. Mario Lopez talked about transgender kids, specifically very young transgender kids, saying they …

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Trans Guy Reacts To Mario Lopez on Transgender Kids Debate ::: Onision & Kai Podcast

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  1. I hate when parents push/force a gender into a young child. Some parents will force dolls & skirts on boys & claim they want to do it. When clearly the child doesn't care. Or they will say o he's so Gay I jus know he's going to be Gay. No you don't. Let them decide. Either way is fine but should be their own decisions as they get older & clearly understand what they want.

  2. Holy shit I love these new videos soooo much of Kai and JJ discussing things this is great love it. And Kai was soooo right, no hormones as children but totally let them dress and be however they feel comfortable as kids. Ugh this is great love these videos.

  3. My cousin got a Barbie when he was three, he's not trans, but he enjoyed it. It didn't hurt anything. He used to wear the little toy heels and necklaces and play with my two other cousins who are female. He turned out fine. It didn't hurt him or anyone else. He just wanted to have fun and enjoy things that aren't necessarily "boy" things. He was happy and that's all that mattered.

  4. I agree with Mario Lopez on this one. At 3 years old, most kids don't even know how to use the bathroom. They really don't understand what gender is. Maybe they like to play with girl toys and they're a boy that's fine. But I would not want my male child just tell me that they are female at 3 years old. They just don't have the knowledge at that age. He was right. Now if the child is something like 13 years old they have a better understanding and I would welcome that declaration.

  5. I said I wished I wanted to be a boy, I even said that to my mom before I could even pronounce "girl" but that didn't mean I grew up wanting to be a boy. I just saw at such a young age that boys could be cool and girls had to be girly and wear dresses. And in the movies the boy was always the hero and the girl needed to be 'saved' it bothered me so much even back then

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