~Genderless Baby~

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    How many have heard the story of this family, who have a 4 month old baby, but nobody but the parents, the siblings and the doctors know the sex of the child??
    The parents want the child to decide for itself what it wants to be, a boy or a girl, so they have chosen to keep the baby's gender a secret!
    How odd....what's everyone's opinion??
    This is the article I obtained from my homepage.

    www.parentdish.com/2011/05/31/paren...peak-out/?cid=maing-grid7|dl1|sec1_lnk3|67036


     
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    Another article from a different site.

    'The View' discusses 'genderless' baby: Parents keep child's sex a secret -- what do you think? - Pop2it - Zap2it


     
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    This is a photo of baby Storm.
    So, do you think the baby favors more the looks of a boy...or a girl??
    I think the baby looks more like a little boy.
     

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    I do to to. But I'll guarantee the babys' sex is on the Birth Certificate. If that kid grows up wanting to be a girl then finds out he's really a boy, wouldn't that be considered child abuse or neglect? What a fucked up thing to do to a kid just to show the world how "with it" and "modern" you are.
     
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    Yes I agree.
    I can't imagine doing this to a child, that's part of the joy of having a baby, finding out if it's a boy or a girl, and sharing with others. So these people- wonder what they tell people when strangers come up to them and say- "Oh how cute, is it a boy or a girl??"
    Seriously, I wish I could hear their response.
     
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    I consider the actions of the parents child abuse.
     
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    Guess they should name it "Pat".
     
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    Stigmatizing your own child for life in a misguided attempt to 'make a point', strikes me as outrageously selfish, stupid and short-sighted.

    But whatcha gonna do? :dunno:
     

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