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Jason is a boy who likes girly things.  At a young age, he decides he wants to be a girl.

Nicole is a girl who, at a young age, discovers she’s drawn to women.  Then realizes she is not a lesbian, because what she really wants is to be a man.

Both of these soon-to-be-star-crossed lovers start taking hormones to develop physical characteristics of the opposite sex while also considering sex “reassignment” surgery.  Meanwhile, they dress up as the opposite sex and rename themselves.

Jason is now Bianca.  Nicole is now Nick.

(I think.  It’s very confusing!)

Bianca was prepared to move forward with surgery when he/she met Nick.

And the rest is history.

Almost.

So they become a couple and wanted to have children.  No problem!  After all, they’ve still got their original reproductive organs intact underneath their cross-dressing outfits.  Hey, they can make babies the old-fashioned way.

So they do.

In order to make sure I keep this story straight, I will now defer to the CNS News report:

…Nick gave birth by C-section, an experience Nick describes as “the darkest time of my entire life.”

“The almost 20 months total of my life [when they had both kids] was probably the darkest time in my entire life. My brain was telling me that I was one person,” Nick said. “My body looks like a completely different person. It was a daily struggle between mind and body. I didn’t want to leave the house.”

After their youngest son was born, Nick’s breasts were removed. Bianca said their children’s well-being comes ahead of sex-change surgery.

“Now that we have our children, their well-being, their lives, that’s what’s important,” Bianca Bowser said. “If it comes around to where I am able to, then that would be great, but it’s no longer about me. It’s about our family.”

Is your head spinning yet?  If not, here’s the last bit:

When asked what they will tell their children one day about “who Mommy and Daddy are,” Nick said, “Gradually, and in ways that they can understand. I mean eventually the questions will come about. Schools calling us and saying, ‘Your child said that his mommy has a penis’ and things like that.”

“I mean, that’s when we tell them sometimes men have babies, and sometimes mommies can’t have babies,” Nick said. “We’re telling them the truth, and I think that’s the most important thing, and in a way that they can understand.”

I’m not sure much commentary is needed here.  The story pretty much speaks for itself.  So let me just say: this is insane.

Hat tip: The Right Scoop

Jason is a boy who likes girly things.  At a young age, he decides he wants to be a girl.

Nicole is a girl who, at a young age, discovers she’s drawn to women.  Then realizes she is not a lesbian, because what she really wants is to be a man.

Both of these soon-to-be-star-crossed lovers start taking hormones to develop physical characteristics of the opposite sex while also considering sex “reassignment” surgery.  Meanwhile, they dress up as the opposite sex and rename themselves.

Jason is now Bianca.  Nicole is now Nick.

(I think.  It’s very confusing!)

Bianca was prepared to move forward with surgery when he/she met Nick.

And the rest is history.

Almost.

So they become a couple and wanted to have children.  No problem!  After all, they’ve still got their original reproductive organs intact underneath their cross-dressing outfits.  Hey, they can make babies the old-fashioned way.

So they do.

In order to make sure I keep this story straight, I will now defer to the CNS News report:

…Nick gave birth by C-section, an experience Nick describes as “the darkest time of my entire life.”

“The almost 20 months total of my life [when they had both kids] was probably the darkest time in my entire life. My brain was telling me that I was one person,” Nick said. “My body looks like a completely different person. It was a daily struggle between mind and body. I didn’t want to leave the house.”

After their youngest son was born, Nick’s breasts were removed. Bianca said their children’s well-being comes ahead of sex-change surgery.

“Now that we have our children, their well-being, their lives, that’s what’s important,” Bianca Bowser said. “If it comes around to where I am able to, then that would be great, but it’s no longer about me. It’s about our family.”

Is your head spinning yet?  If not, here’s the last bit:

When asked what they will tell their children one day about “who Mommy and Daddy are,” Nick said, “Gradually, and in ways that they can understand. I mean eventually the questions will come about. Schools calling us and saying, ‘Your child said that his mommy has a penis’ and things like that.”

“I mean, that’s when we tell them sometimes men have babies, and sometimes mommies can’t have babies,” Nick said. “We’re telling them the truth, and I think that’s the most important thing, and in a way that they can understand.”

I’m not sure much commentary is needed here.  The story pretty much speaks for itself.  So let me just say: this is insane.

Hat tip: The Right Scoop