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Indian Parents Creating Gay Babies

Sex changes by parental preference.

By Hobbes  |  July 11, 2011

In the fetid swamps of "gay studies" may be found the theory that homosexuals, while appearing physically to be male, are in reality female underneath their unappealingly-hairy skin.  Some such self-proclaimed changelings actually go so far as to have sex-change surgery so as to have a physical appearance more in keeping with their chosen preference and desires.

Even for individuals whose moral compass doesn't twitch in the presence of an ordinary homosexual, such extreme body modification is often considered a bit strange, improper, or even - dare we say it? - wrong.

What these poor souls need is not surgery but therapy.  From India, however, comes appalling news of a burgeoning generation of future homosexuals who, when they say they're really girls trapped in the body of a boy, will be saying nothing more than objective medical truth.

Coming soon to India.

The Asian Tribune reports:

Baby girls are being 'converted' into boys in Indore (Madhya Pradesh) by the hundreds every year - at ages where they cannot give their consent for this life-changing operation.

This shocking, unprecedented trend, catering to the fetish for a son in India, has been reported from conservative Indore's well-known clinics and hospitals on children who are 1-5 years old. The process being used to 'produce' a male child from a female is known as genitoplasty. Each surgery costs Rs 1.5 lakh...

Genitoplasty experts of Indore say each of them have turned 200 to 300 girls into 'boys' so far. If that's not bad enough, Indian law, which has encountered nothing like this so far, allows these surgeries by its silence and grey areas.

As we've discussed on occasion in the past, the Asian preference for male offspring is storing up a world of trouble for the future.  China and India both have many millions more young men than do they young ladies; the tendency of young men with no hope of finding female companionship to cause violent trouble is well known.

There are a couple of ways to address this problem.  Korea, for example, is importing brides from poorer countries despite seriously negative racist reactions against mixed marriages in general and against the poor foreign women in particular.

Korea, however, is small.  Where on earth can you find 200 million missing women to replace those selectively aborted in China and India?  You can't.

And here are perverse Indian parents intentionally spending money to make the problem worse!  When people have choices, they won't necessarily choose as we might wish them to.

These unfortunate manufactured Indian changelings won't know what they are; a more frightful fate is difficult to imagine, and the few Western examples we've heard of are horrifying.  People who choose this drastic surgery as adults are often suicidal with regret; how much worse must it be to discover that your own parents intentionally did this to you when you could not even object?

At least these confused ex-girls will presumably be less likely to start wars than single genuine males might be, but watch out for a major rash of bloody parenticide in fifteen years or so when the sordid truth comes out.