Thanksgiving preparations have already begun at the Ledoux household, prompting Max to remember back to Thanksgiving 1987 when his sister got to wear a special dress for dinner at Grandma’s and he didn’t. He asked his Mama if he could wear a dress, too, and she said no. The end. That’s the story. That’s how close Max got to being chemically castrated because he was five and jealous that his sister got new clothes and he had to wear a stupid sweater vest, not knowing anything whatsoever about the differences between boys clothes and girls clothes because he was frickin’ 5 years old. Seriously, what is wrong with parents these days? Your son is not transgender, you’re just psychologically abusing him.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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  1. Arahant Member
    Arahant
    @Arahant

    Happy Thanksgiving, Max.

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  2. Fake John/Jane Galt Coolidge
    Fake John/Jane Galt
    @FakeJohnJaneGalt

    The thing is from I guy perspective I have seen a few of my friends go gay or go trans.  I understand how it happened.  They were confused.  Maybe wanted some attention.  Maybe just liked the pretty colors that is most of female’s lives.  They wear the stuff or play with the toys and get what they want and it sticks.  The more they do it the more it sticks until it is normal for them.  Now that society has demonized men there is even more reasons to want not to be a man.  So we will get less of them.

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  3. Goldwaterwoman Thatcher
    Goldwaterwoman
    @goldwaterwoman

    As the mother of four, two boys and two girls, I can say any parent who takes their child’s gender wishes seriously at a child under the age of five is ridiculous. One of my daughters loved to play outside with her little brother climbing trees, splashing in the mud, and various other outdoor shenanigans. She wanted to dress like her brother and expressed wishes  to be a boy at the time. When she started first grade, a huge change came over this wannabe boy who wouldn’t wear anything but frilly dresses. Fast forward forty years, and that same girl is now the happy mother of three who can’t believe it when I tell her she once wanted to be a boy.

    • #3
  4. Doug Kimball Thatcher
    Doug Kimball
    @DougKimball

    I want to be called Loretta.  I want to have babies.

    • #4
  5. RebeccaCoffey Thatcher
    RebeccaCoffey
    @RebeccaCoffey

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours Max! It sounds like you live in the perfect home to celebrate. I’m happy for you.

    • #5
  6. Jeff Petraska Member
    Jeff Petraska
    @JeffPetraska

    Happy Thanksgiving, Max.  I’m really enjoying your podcasts!

    • #6