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Transgender Fad – ‘Clusters’ Emerging as Children Copy Friends (UK)

first_imgBreitbart.com 28 December 2015The number of primary school-aged children, some as young as four, beginning to “transition” their gender is rising rapidly in the UK. The popularity of the fad appears to be clustered, with children copying others in the same schools.Up to 80 primary school-aged children a year are now seeking help towards potentially changing their gender, the chair of Mermaids, a charity which lobbies for families who believe their children and teenagers are transgendered, has revealed.Speaking to the Telegraph, Susie Green said that, in some cases, British children as young as four are already in the process of “transitioning” to another sex.She also described how her organisation has observed a cluster effect across the country, with children following one and another in the same school; a school where there might be a teacher who promotes transgender ideology.Her anecdotal evidence correlates with the results of a study by Mark Zucker at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto, Canada, which found that transgenderism was more prominent and persistent among children when promoted by adults.Researchers observed that children who saw therapists and others in authority who assume that they belong to the opposite sex can actually become more distressed, exacerbating their “gender dysphoric identity.”http://www.breitbart.com/london/2015/12/28/transgender-fad-rapidly-spreading-primary-schools-clusters-emerging-children-copy-friends/Keep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.last_img read more

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Magnificent Halley fires Windies to series sweep

first_imgVIJAYAWADA, India (CMC) – West Indies Women defeated India Women by 15 runs to complete a three-nil sweep of the T20 International series at Vijayawada here yesterday.A solid half-century opening partnership between Hayley Matthews and captain Stafanie Taylor laid the foundation for West Indies’ 139 for four in 20 overs, after they won the toss and elected to bat.Their bowlers then suppressed the Indian run-chase, restricting them to 124 for three in 20 overs despite a fighting unbeaten half-century stand between Veda Krishnamurthy and Harmanpreet Kaur.Matthews and Taylor powered the early part in the innings for the visitors by adding 61 runs for the first wicket in 6.4 overs.Matthews dominated the partnership with a 22-ball 47 that included seven fours and one six before she was caught behind.Taylor batted throughout the innings to finish not out on 44, picking up four boundaries in the process.The Windies Women skipper also featured in two crucial partnerships, putting on 16 with Kycia Knight and 11 with Britney Cooper.The hosts suffered an early setback when opener Vellaswamy Vanitha was run-out by Taylor without scoring off the first ball of the innings.Their innings plunged into further chaos when they lost another two wickets and stumbled to 32 for three.Krishnamurthy and Kaur stayed together to the end of the match, adding 92 runs for the fourth wicket.Krishnamurthy scored a boundary-less 40-ball 31, while Kaur struck three fours and three sixes in her 51-ball 60.Deandra Dottin and Matthews picked up a wicket each for West Indies to contain India, who fell 15 runs short with seven wickets intact.last_img read more

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