May 23, 2011

Genderless Baby Celebrates Choice And Freedom (And Parents' Ignorance)

Parents refuse to divulge the gender of their new baby. It has genitalia, but the parents refuse to tell anyone what it is.

Talk about child abuse! These kids are in for some tormenting when they reach high school...

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“When the baby comes out, even the people who love you the most and know you so intimately, the first question they ask is, ‘Is it a girl or a boy?’” says Witterick, bouncing Storm, dressed in a red-fleece jumper, on her lap at the kitchen table.

“If you really want to get to know someone, you don’t ask what’s between their legs,” says Stocker.

When Storm was born, the couple sent an email to friends and family: “We've decided not to share Storm's sex for now — a tribute to freedom and choice in place of limitation, a stand up to what the world could become in Storm's lifetime (a more progressive place? ...).”

BTW, that's little baby genderless with his/her/its big brother.... What wackos these parents are. Poor kids.

Update below the fold.

It gets worse. The parents are proud of what the two older boys are becoming:

Jazz — soft-spoken, with a slight frame and curious brown eyes — keeps his hair long, preferring to wear it in three braids, two in the front and one in the back, even though both his parents have close-cropped hair. His favourite colour is pink, although his parents don’t own a piece of pink clothing between them. He loves to paint his fingernails and wears a sparkly pink stud in one ear, despite the fact his parents wear no nail polish or jewelry.

Kio keeps his curly blond hair just below his chin. The 2-year-old loves purple, although he’s happiest in any kind of pyjama pants.

“As a result, Jazz and now Kio are almost exclusively assumed to be girls,” says Stocker, adding he and Witterick don’t out them. It’s the boys’ choice whether they want to offer a correction.

These kids have no hope.


By DMartyr at May 23, 2011 02:56 PM | | l digg this