Candace Owens on Puberty Blockers for Kids

Comment: I feel genuinely sorry for people who are “in between”. They are in a train that travels from point A to point B. They have already departed point A and cannot go back to it, but many will never truly arrive at point B. For example, they try to look like a man but they act and behave like a woman. Or, they are stuck in a man’s body but clearly display woman’s gesturing, facial expressions, clothing preferences and personality traits. (Or, the other way around.) In many cases, they are neither a man nor a woman and the journey will never be completed. That’s the tragedy of a situation in which role playing turns out to be fake even in the eyes of the actors themselves. There are, of course, exceptions but this is to be expected. People differ in their ability to see and connect the dots. My opinion.

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