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After 2 years, mom surprises son with estrogen shots for transgender process

Mom really thought it was cute, but as expected, the argument boils down to the difference between Conservative perspective and the liberal left.

The video, which was posted to the YouTube account named “Just An Ordinary Girl,” has attracted more than five million viewers in just a few days.

With all the attention also comes a heated debate. Although commenting is disabled on the YouTube page, you can add your thoughts below in our comment section. I am sure the mom didn’t want to be condemned for her actions and that’s why she took away the option for many to comment.


According to Breitbart, the video captures the mom giving her son, his very first dose of estrogen as the biologically male child begins the transition to become a girl.

At such a young age, children are exposed to all types of influences. Whether it’s peer pressure or something as innocuous as a TV commercial, children are easily influenced.

So, while I understand the mother’s attempt to love, nurture, and support her child, I believe the use of enhancement drugs is a bit drastic, especially considering long-term consequences should the child change their mind as children often do.

The child could very well be transgender, but then there’s the other possibility that the child could be going through a phase. Either way, the use of enhancement drugs will offer long-term effects that could be problematic with time if the child develops a different opinion.

I am not saying remove the child from the home because that wouldn’t be the solution but the with no solutions to fixing this situation, it’s only going to grow worse in time. This is not natural and I won’t be afraid to say it.

Check out the video:

What do you think about this? Is this on the parent? How mentally stable is the guardian of this child?

h/t – Breitbart

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