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A Taste Of My Thoughts Gender Identity

A Taste Of My Thoughts

Gender Identity

By Steve Lake

Copyright 2016

Shakespir Edition 2016

Published by Steve Lake

Copyright 2016 Steve Lake

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Gender identity

Copyright 10-9-2016

Steve Lake

 

The mystery of gender

Confusion runs amuck

Some parents are wearing blinders

It just doesn’t seem that tough

 

The doctor in their wisdom

Eyesight plain to see

One has an innie

One has an outie

No mystery to me

 

Boys run and play

Scraped knees to toughen their ways

Boys stand to pee

No squatting on bended knee

 

Girls run and play

Avoiding injury in their ways

Girls sit and pee

They don’t bow but curtsey

 

Long hair or short hair

Gentle or mean

Why does it matter to you?

It doesn’t matter to me

 

Some parents scream for acceptance

The world must change for them

My kid is special they yell

Not as special as you think is what I tell

 

A child of six or seven

Too young to know and understand

But yet they avow the wrong gender born

Influenced by a dumb parent at hand

 

There are those among us

Born with a question at hand

It will take years of self learning

Deciding if they are woman or man

Let a child be a child

Just staying innocent for a while

Don’t force what nature calls

Be patient time will reveal all

 

You try to force your Childs nature

You try to force our acceptance

You try to force our schools to change

All you do is rob your child and mine of their innocence

 

I accept your child as is

Never a lifted hand to harm

But now for your stupid ass

From us you get no pass

 

You do your child an injustice

You spew for equality

Your child once happy and innocent

Now thrown into the spot light of difference

 

No longer is your child equal

Hate knows no age

Just like you influenced your Childs difference

Others do the same

 

Your child will grow as intended

Normal in their way

Its people like you that scream indifference

That slows equality each day

 

So before you ruin the innocence of other children

Maybe you should seek help for yourself

Gender identity starts with you

Not of a child six or seven

Let your child be a child

Before you harm them with what you spew

 


A Taste Of My Thoughts Gender Identity

  • ISBN: 9781370032945
  • Author: Steve Lake
  • Published: 2016-10-09 16:20:08
  • Words: 450
A Taste Of My Thoughts Gender Identity A Taste Of My Thoughts Gender Identity