Tuesday, February 2, 2021

12 Year Old Jewish Boy that Believes He is a Girl .. Designs "non-binary" Bikini Bottoms

I know I know you didn't read the article yet... I have a word of advice before you do... Get a barf bag!

Did I read that this was a 12 year old? A 12 year old little "shtinker" is now designing bottoms that conceals the fact that the wearer is really a boy and made specifically to fool naive innocent girls into thinking that he is a girl ...What's even more bizarre  is that his father is crazier and more dangerous than him...The father relates in this article that the boy was thinking about this for 6 years ...? So when this kid was 6 instead of concentrating just being a kid he was consumed with having Purim all year round to fool his playmates..What a "sneak"

And believe it or not there is actually an altruistic side to this .....the father that should really be locked for child abuse says:

"All proceeds from sales of RUBIES t-shirts go to the goal of sending 1,000 pairs of bikini bottoms to trans girls from families in need."

Here I copied a comment from a reader on the original post that basically sums up these meshigina parents..

 Davenport Grolsch

This is one of the many reasons I could never again live in Toronto. To assume that a fifth grader could have a clue about sexual identity, and moreover have the sanction of her family to play games of permanence like this is still amazing to me. And then to describe the feeling of being in the wrong gender as, quote, "When I was little I would wear my mom’s high heels. I played with Bratz dolls and was obsessed with princesses." So what? Lots of boys play with dolls and princesses, why assume this means the poor boy was born into the wronig gender? My little girl likes trucks and buses, should I take her to the doctor to inject her with hormones? I just cannot believe how we have abandoned these children like this, in some arbitrary ad hoc aim for "self-affirmation." These are children, for god's sake. We are experimenting with them. The poor boy will wake up in a few years-- maybe as a healthy gay man, maybe not-- and hopefully it will not be too late. We will never be forgiven.



In a case of necessity being the mother of invention, a Canadian father recently started a company to address the unique fashion requirements of his transgender daughter.

Twelve-year-old Ruby Alexander is the inspiration for RUBIES, form-fitting clothing for trans girls and nonbinary children and teens. Officially launched in fall 2020, the business has already gained an international following from families grateful for garments that provide their kids comfort and confidence.

Ruby’s father Jamie Alexander, 46, was concerned that trans girls and nonbinary kids often stop doing activities they love, such as swimming, dancing, gymnastics, and going to the beach for fear of rude stares and bullying. While Toronto, where the Alexanders live, is largely liberal-minded, parents in other locations legitimately fear for their kids’ safety.

“This isn’t just theory. These kids are not comfortable and stop going places and doing things. It’s not fair. It’s important for all kids to keep active and healthy,” Alexander told The Times of Israel in a recent video interview.

In response, Alexander set out to manufacture specialized bikini bottoms and one-piece bathing suits that “magically turn a pointy poker into a dainty dune,” according to the company’s marketing materials. The garments do so through a specialized combination of compression spandex and mesh that eliminates any need for tucking or padding.

“We’ve heard from so many parents who appreciate that someone cares and is doing something for these kids,” Alexander said.

According to Alexander, his spunky only child was not particularly worried about being in public in tight-fitting bottoms (she asked her parents to buy her a bikini). However, Alexander and his wife Angela felt more at ease with her wearing sweatpants for gymnastics and board shorts for swimming.

It was Ruby’s insistence on wanting to dress just like her friends that prompted serial entrepreneur and tech advisor Alexander to start RUBIES. Bikini bottoms and one-piece bathing suits are already on sale through the company’s website. Underwear (made with more cotton and slightly less compressing) is available for pre-order. Alexander hopes to expand the line — manufactured exclusively in Toronto — to include leggings, as well.

Ruby Alexander models RUBIES bikini bottoms (Courtesy of RUBIES)

For Ruby, the launching of a company inspired by and named for her has been very exciting. The 7th grader has enjoyed helping her dad with the business’s operation.

“I like working with my Dad. I’m learning real-world skills like expenses, costs and customer service. And I model the products,” Ruby said proudly.

Ruby was also helpful during the research and development phase for RUBIES, in which she and many other Toronto trans girls and nonbinary kids tried on prototypes and provided feedback on fit and comfort.

Ruby and her friends have also taken on the important role of writing personalized, encouraging messages on the “Every Girl Deserves to Shine” postcards that go out with each purchase.

“These personalized messages are so important to the kids who receive them. Many of them are still stealth and it means so much to them to know they are not alone. Some of the kids even write back to us, and some have told us they have framed the postcards,” Alexander said.

Ruby Alexander posing in leggings (Courtesy of Alexander family)

According to her father, Ruby has generally been at ease with her transgender identity.

“It certainly wasn’t a shock to us when she decided to transition, because it was really a gradual process over six years and we had time to acclimate,” he said.

Ruby came out fully at school — with the support of teachers and administrators — in 5th grade. (She auditioned for her arts school as a boy and later enrolled as a girl.) However, her gender identity was evident at home long before that.

“I’ve always been my inner girl at home. When I was little I would wear my mom’s high heels. I played with Bratz dolls and was obsessed with princesses. I also loved to sing and dance for hours to Beyonce and Britney Spears,” Ruby said.

She has friends at school, but there are still some “homophobic” kids there.

“But that’s their problem,” she asserted.

Angela and Jamie Alexander with daughter Ruby as she heads off to summer camp (Courtesy of Alexander family)

Her closest friends now are ones she met through the “RUBIES Guinea Pig” group her dad formed via social media to find families with trans girls or nonbinary kids to volunteer for the company’s research and development efforts.

Ruby also has a supportive social network from Mahane Lev, Canada’s first Jewish LGBTQ+ overnight camp, which she has attended each summer (save the past one) since its inception in 2017.

With coronavirus pandemic lockdowns and online schooling this year, it has been hard to meet up with friends. But Ruby and her family have enjoyed socially-distanced outdoor Sabbath candle-lighting get-togethers with neighbors.

Going public with her transgender identity — especially with RUBIES and related promotional media appearances — has been both exciting and anxiety-provoking.

“But mostly it’s been a weight off my shoulders,” Ruby said about being out.

In many communities and countries, it is not safe for trans children to reveal their gender identities. And in many cases, families cannot afford RUBIES garments. For this reason, Alexander deliberately created a philanthropic aspect to his company.

Individuals and corporations can also make donations toward this goal. In addition, families can return swimsuits their children have outgrown for RUBIES to pass along to kids who can’t afford them and receive a credit toward their next purchase.

“This is a commercial venture, but it has a huge social element. We want to address inequality and make sure that everyone who wants one can get one,” Alexander said.

“Most importantly, I’d like to inspire others to do something for these kids,” he added.





Zako said...

Progressist terrorist created this social health disorder.
And t might get much worse in the very near future.

Anonymous said...

this is the exact reason why a terrifying and bloody civil war is inevitable and just around the corner, YIDEN start packing

Litvak said...

And what does Rubie's mohel have to say about all this?

Anonymous said...

Who cares really? I'm assuming that the apparently Asian mother isn't Jewish.