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Why Are Woke Moms Really on a Transgender ‘Crusade’?

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There is a battle going on in the mother world – one side claim to support the free will and freedom of expression of children yet the other says kids are being indoctrinated and brainwashed by dangerous left-wing dogma.

But is there a deeper reason as to why some moms are seemingly so vehemently determined that their child is transexual?

As the Don’t Say Gay spat continues right across America, with many parents demanding that overly sexual or LGBT+ activist content is removed from the curriculum, many moms are actively encouraging their children to embrace trans.

In June, a video of a mother with a supposedly “trans” boy-to-girl child sparked controversy when they pushy mom was seen mouthing the answer to her child to the interviewer, suggesting she already knew the answer he would give.

When her young child, Kieran, was asked by the NBC anchor if he wanted to compete in sports, he replied:

“I feel like that’s the most unfair way to compete because it’s not about winning,” his mother, Beth Clawson, sat next to him, silently mouthing the entire sentence.

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She then went on to say that Kieran has “listened to every single thing that the senators and representatives have said about her, positive and negative,” confirming that politics plays a big part in this battle for pro-trans moms, and they expose their young kids to political debates around the subject.

Social media went into meltdown last week after a video went viral of a grandmother holding a ‘gender reveal’ for her four-year-old grandchild at Vancouver Pride Parade.

Alaina Boural, the child’s mother, said she is sure that she is transgender because the little girl had wanted to shop for boy’s clothes when she was 2:

“He refused to shop in the girl’s section, but was too nervous to shop in the boys,” said Alania.

“After lots of expressing his feelings and emotions with me, he decided that he wanted a new wardrobe so we set out to find our new style.

“We made an appointment with Lia at Big Bros Barbershop, a trans-owned and operated salon in East Vancouver.

“After leaving the salon that afternoon, Charlie was a completely new child.”

But what makes these moms so determined that the moment a child wants to buy a t-shirt that’s in the opposite gender section of the store, they must have gender dysphoria?

Candice Jackson, a Trump-era former acting assistant secretary for the Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights told Breitbart that it’s to do with a phenomenon called “transhausens by proxy”.

The phrase is a spin-off of Munchausen syndrome by proxy, which is a “mental illness in which a person acts as if an individual he or she is caring for has a physical or mental illness when the person is not really sick”.

Jackson went on to say that transhausens by proxy is a term used to describe mothers or parents who actively want to “invest in transing their young children.”

I think the trend is more complex than that, but at the heart of it is a paradoxical desire to have a very ‘special’ child, but from within an extremely regressive framework — if my child is a boy who ‘acts’ like a girl, then my son is actually my daughter,” Jackson continued.

According to Jackson, the trans ‘crusade’ gives moms a cause to fight for, which makes them feel as though they’re being a good parent:

“Then, making sure the world validates what becomes a mama-bear crusade that mom can fight for — in school, in the media, in the medical field,” she said.

Licensed counselor Jonathan Uhler who specializes in abuse cases echoed Jackson’s analysis and said that there could be a case to suggest many trans-obsessed moms could have Narcissistic Personality Disorder.

Clinically speaking, at the very least these mothers have what is called technically called Factitious disorder imposed on another (FDIA), formerly Munchausen syndrome by proxy (MSP),” he told Breitbart.

“In most cases, you are likely to find a mother who meets the criteria for Narcissistic Personality Disorder. However, in my clinical estimation, the earlier the parent transitions the child, you will tend to find a greater evidence for Narcissistic Personality Disorder.”