I can't imagine what it is like to see a boy that looks like a girl these days. If you recall my last post in Cinegemini was about Caitlyn Jenner.
Just recently I was talking to a fellow friend and they saw a young boy and called him Caitlyn Jenner because he did have a very nice feminine face and to be quite honest I thought he was a she to begin with.
I wonder how it is to be in the shoes of a young boy who looks like a girl but does not want to.
I wonder if it is the same as a girl who looks like a boy.
Do these kids ever wish to be the gender they are or do they desire to be the gender they resemble?
I was fortunate to not look like my opposite sex, but that didn't get me less bullied.
I would think it would be a lot more horrible to be bullied for the gender that you choose.
IMagine trying to get a job as an adult if the same thing happens.
On the other hand, it is difficult when you see a person who naturally looks like the other sex and you're not quit sure how to address them. Mr.? or Mrs.?
You surely don't want to offend them.
As the world becomes more and more accepting of sex changes and transgender movements, you have to stop and wonder about the kids who don't want to be mistaken for making that choice because of their looks.
Will they get over it and push through to be a successful business man and work with others or will you find them hidden away in an office in their house working from home on a mlm trafficking site like Traffic Authority MLM or Velata biz ops?
Has anyone ever done a study on this?
I wonder how many kids and adults like this end up working from home.
I wonder if Caitlyn Jenner spends more time at home now because of his/her sex change or if she gets out more often than before.
If there was a study done, what would become of the results?
Would they be used for anything?
Are they worth anything?
How can you use them to make the world a better place?
All interesting questions.
Perhaps it can start with a blog about your birth symbol or just a blog about improving the world.
Maybe that's what this blog will turn into.