SHOCKING, now we are down to 5 reviews as the Admin at IMDB enforce their politics. There are certain films that IMDB forces you to like... and this is one of them. Like it or else, the IMDB enforcers say as they Goose Step into the era of book burning. AS MY LAST REVIEW BROKE NO GUIDELINES, I AM JUST GOING TO WRITE IT AGAIN This is a disturbing film. Not because it has to do with the LGBT community, but because most of the children here CLEARLY don't want to take part in what their mothers are forcing them to. We have a Gender Disclosure event, that looks and sounds eerily like a religious confirmation right down to the congregation repeating what the priest says. I believe the child brought there was four, didn't want to do it. CLEARLY didn't want to do it, but was forced by her mother to stand in front of the crowd and declare that she was a female. Four-years-old and clearly doesn't want to be doing it. And then, moving on, we have a Twelve-Year-old who's mother is clearly distressed over the fact that he doesn't want to parade around, sign book deals, go in front of the press, and claim that he is a girl. He actively fights against his mother as she attempts to force him to do so, and becomes increasingly more distressed that her child is fighting back. Eventually she says that he is just a Lesbian Tomboy, to explain why her son wants to be a boy and do traditional boy things, while she insists the he is a girl. And this is very upsetting to the mother who badly wants her child to be trans and believes it is shameful that her child is choosing not to be. The kids border on confused at the least and outright hostile to it at the most, and the movie praises it as a good thing. Despite the fact that the mothers (mostly single) are fighting their children on it, or taking confused children to a church and forcing them to declare a gender at the age of four, when they clearly don't want to, it is treated as a positive.
Filmed over five years in Kansas City, this documentary follows four kids - beginning at ages 4, 7, 12, and 15 - as they redefine "coming of age." These kids and their families reveal ...
November 27, 2020