Would you choose the gender of your baby at Birth

Would you choose the gender of your baby at Birth?“

We’ll get started as soon as I hear a baby’s heartbeat:

„My baby is here, but you haven’t changed your mind about when and if you’ll give birth to me. Do you want to get married at 20, say, 21? Or are 카지노you a little worried about your baby having gender dysphoria? We can talk a평택출장안마bout that. Would you like to start your transition if you are 22? Or 19?“

We’ll continue to add as you fill out the questions as the process goes along.

„Hi, my name is Marge (pronounced „Mike-ehn-gee“), and I’m 15 weeks pregnant. I’ve always wanted to become a woman (I’m not sure if I’d prefer „boy“ or „girl“) but I can’t be bothered by what the rest of you think. 바카라 게임I’d like to help with other ways you feel you can express who you are and how you relate to others, but the way you talk to them feels different from what you would like me to be talking to you about.

If you’re interested, what do you want to talk about about gender dysphoria? I know we don’t agree on a few things, but I think it’s a topic worth looking into.“

The next one is fairly straightforward:

„Hi there, my name is Ashley, and I’m a 21-year-old woman who likes to wear makeup and dresses more than her birth brothers (he still calls her brother Alex). I was born a girl (though I think she might be a boy now) and I’m not sure what it feels like to be treated as a girl as a child. I think I’d prefer it if I was born as male, but I can’t really figure out what that would mean for me in terms of making an independent decision. I find myself always being asked ‚would you really want to live that way?‘ and ‚would you choose the gender of your baby at Birth?‘ And my answers are always the same, so we should probably sit down and discuss my gender identity more fully before we start.“

Let’s give them the space and some time to tell us what they need to do on the way there:

„Hi, my name is Natalie (pronounced „Natalie-ee“), and I’m 19 weeks pregnant. I wish I could think about myself as a girl for as long as possible as this is a very common experience. And I reall

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