You can only buy food with food-stamps, thanks to UPC codes. Point-of-sale systems are programmed to run separate totals for eligible purchases and ineligible products, and the food-card will only pay for eligible products.
The other factor that impacts on urban violence is income-disparity. Might it be that income disparity is the true reason why Chicago et al have more violent crime, rather than gun laws being the root-cause?
What about New York City, Thinker? Huge restrictions on guns, low crime rate.
Besides sophistic reasoning, another common way opponents of equal-rights argue against equal-rights is through the use of the non-sequitur - a seemingly logical statement that equates two things that have absolutely no connection.
I think that boys and girls know that they are boys and girls as soon as they know other things about themselves, but the age when a child becomes self-aware varies from child to child. Current science seems to indicate that gender-differentiation is one of the first things babies learn, I see no reason why gender self-awareness would not also be one of the first things babies learn. In my case, the issue didn't come up until I was 3 years old, when my parents and grandparents found it necessary to tell me that I was a boy, and I did not agree. However, it is also family lore, from before I remember, that as soon as I could talk, I was expressing desire for my very own purse. Nonetheless, what may have been the case when Coy was 18 months old is a moot point. The pertinent issue regards a 6 year-old girl, and flagrant violation of clear law.
It's my understanding that Coy herself determined that she was female. It's also my understanding that Coy does not understand the concept of transgenderism, she only understands that she is a girl. The irreparable harm will come from not treating Coy as a normal girl. And if you continue using wrong gender references with regard to me, I am sure I can have your posts taken down.
Gina DOUGLAS. Gina Davis is an actress. In Colorado, it's a hate crime to deliberately refer to someone with wrong gender references as a way of demeaning their minority status. Neither of us knows the details of professional opinions in this case, but I assure you that raising a child in an atypical way is something that no parent would take lightly. or undertake without concurring professional opinions. Like any other parents in the state of Colorado, the Mathises have the responsibility and the authority to do what they believe to be in the best interests of their children - and everyone should respect that, and presume that is exactly what Coy's parents have done, are doing, and will continue to do. Nobody has standing to argue that the Mathises do not have the right to allow Coy to grow up in the gender that Coy feels is appropriate.
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