from Gay Activism in the Schools
The mainstream media is apparently conspiring with transgender confused persons by labelling them 'girls' when they're genetically boys.
June 1, 2007 - Rodney Evans is a 15-year-old boy who attends Eastern Hills High School in Fort Worth, Texas. He has recently won the right to wear girl's clothing to school and to require others to call him "Rochelle" instead of Rodney.
Rodney currently uses the nurse's restroom in order to avoid causing conflict about boy's or girl's restroom facilities.
According to Rodney, "I just felt more comfortable being a girl. I'm not asking for any special treatment." At one point, he was suspended for wearing a wig, fake breasts and a short skirt to school.
He also told a reporter for the Dallas Morning News, "There was never a day when I was Rochelle for the whole day. I love makeup. I started wearing makeup because it helped to complete me more. It made me feel more like a girl. With the help of makeup, you can create your own kind of life."
The reporter, Debra Dennis, referred to this boy as "she" throughout the article, even though he is genetically a male and has not undergone any sort of hormone or surgical procedure yet.
His attorney is Phyllis Randolph Frye who has been involved in transgender political activities for years. Frye underwent male-to-female sex surgery years ago and is a well-known activist among gay and transgender groups.
NARTH President Joseph Nicolosi, Ph.D., notes: "No matter how much this boy wants to be a girl--and dresses in a more 'girly'' style than do biological females--he cannot possibly be one, and for the media to conspire with his fantasy is absurd. All his DNA reflects the fact that he is male, and nothing can change that. It's ironic, though, that the same mainstream media that brackets the term 'ex-gay' in scare quotes is willing to call a boy who wears high heels a 'she.'"