Yesterday I cried in front of a reportage. Arte filmed the daily life of a little girl born in a male body. Since she was 3 years old she always felt being a girl. She was diagnosed with dysphoria and her family fighting for her being recognized as a girl was very touching. I felt the injustice, people denying who she really is and stealing the normal childhood she deserved.... blaming her parents because ''it's them who are pushing her to be a girl".....


It was pretty heavy and this is so abnormal. How can you deny dysphoria when a little girl of 3 years old is feeling it without being conscious of what is sexuality and "genders"...

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