• Mother made faggot 9 Y/O Girl Scout 'stands up to bully' who wouldn't b

    From We Don't Have To Accept Queers@21:1/5 to All on Sun Feb 7 07:17:03 2016
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    This is why women are stupid. Faggots are the mortal enemies of
    women, they hate women. Yet these dumb bitches who support
    faggots refuse to see it.

    This is also child abuse. This mother should be locked up and
    her children taken from her. She constructed this little faggot
    as her own personal liberal project without thought or regard to
    the life of hell it's going to cause her.

    Nine-year-old Stormi set out last month to sell cookies just
    like every other Girl Scout — with a sales pitch and a goal.

    “I like to sell cookies because it’s very nice to sell cookies,”
    she told BuzzFeed News. Cookies, she said, “make people smile.”

    But when Stormi, who is transgender, started knocking on
    neighbors’ doors near her home in Herrin, Ill., one man turned
    her away, saying: “Nobody wants to buy cookies from a boy in a

    “It made me sad,” Stormi told BuzzFeed News. “Because I’m a

    So, she said, she found a way to shut down her bully and sell
    more than 3,000 boxes of cookies.

    In addition to raising funds for the Girl Scouts, Stormi wanted
    to donate cookies to local foster children — because she is one.
    She went into Illinois’s foster care system about three years
    ago, her foster mother, Kim, told BuzzFeed, which did not use
    the family’s last name.

    Attempts to reach the family through the Girl Scouts this week
    were unsuccessful.

    BuzzFeed reported that Stormi decided to join the scouts last
    year; she recently told her foster mother that she wanted to
    give cookies to other children in the system.

    But, her foster mother said, last month’s incident involving the
    neighbor was jarring.

    “She was like, ‘Why am I not good enough?’” Kim told the news
    site. “We just started talking and she decided she wasn’t going
    to let him win.”

    Stormi started selling her cookies through the Girl Scouts’s
    online portal, Digital Cookies, last week. She wanted people to
    choose the option “deliver in person.”

    “My troop plans to use the money to help us go on trips,” she
    wrote online. “I have my own plans as well. At my request my
    family will donate boxes to local foster kids like me!”

    She added: “I have learned that even though people can be mean I
    shouldn’t give up!”

    Supporters have rallied around Stormi’s cause.

    A New York-based comedy duo gave people who bought Stormi’s
    cookies free admission to a show. A California multimedia
    musical agreed to donate a box for every ticket sold.

    An LGBTQ support group in Idaho sent out a call for support,
    too. “While out selling cookies,” a member from Idaho Falls
    Gender Community wrote, Stormi “was met with negativity, no
    orders, and even one less than kind person. … As a parent, this
    made me angry. As a parent of transgender children, this made me

    “I’m ordering all of my cookies from Stormi!”

    Stormi’s project ended over the weekend.

    [Selling Girl Scout cookies online can have a dark side]

    Transgender Girl Scouts have struggled to gain acceptance.

    After a troop in Colorado admitted a 7-year-old transgender girl
    in 2011, several Girl Scout troops in Louisiana disbanded in
    protest and a California teen called for a boycott.

    “Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. … is not being honest with us girls,
    its troops, its leaders, its parents or the American public,”
    the teen said in a YouTube video, released by a Houston-based
    group called the “Honest Girl Scouts.” “Girl Scouts describes
    itself as an all-girl experience. With that label, families
    trust that the girls will be in an environment that is not only
    nurturing and sensitive to girls’ needs, but also safe for

    In 2015, a Girl Scouts troop in Washington was handed a $100,000
    donation — as long as the girls agreed not to use the money to
    support transgender children.

    The Girl Scouts of Western Washington returned the check.

    “Girl Scouts is for every girl,” Megan Ferland, the Girl Scout
    council’s chief executive, told Seattle Metropolitan over the
    summer. “And every girl should have the opportunity to be a Girl
    Scout if she wants to.”

    As an organization, Girl Scouts of the USA supports LBGTQ

    “Placement of transgender youth is handled on a case-by-case
    basis, with the welfare and best interests of the child and the
    members of the troop/group in question a top priority,” the
    organization said on its website. “That said, if the child is
    recognized by the family and school/community as a girl and
    lives culturally as a girl, then Girl Scouts is an organization
    that can serve her in a setting that is both emotionally and
    physically safe.”

    Kim told BuzzFeed the support motivated Stormi to fight back
    against discrimination.

    “This is something I have been trying to instill in her for
    years,” Kim told the news site. “How worthy she is; who she is
    is okay. For her to be able to read all these messages that
    people are sending from around the world to support her, the
    love is just overwhelming.”

    Jay Strobel, spokesman for Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois,
    called Stormi’s effort “amazing.”

    “She decided to donate boxes to something close to her heart —
    which is foster care,” Strobel told The Post. “She took
    something that wasn’t so pleasant and she turned it into a
    positive experience.”

    Stormi said donating Girl Scout cookies to foster children is a
    tradition she wants to continue.

    “I want kids like me to know they are perfect just the way they
    are,” she told BuzzFeed. “There are people all over the world
    that love you. Never give up because it does get better.”

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning- mix/wp/2016/02/02/transgender-girl-scout-stands-up-to-bully-who- wouldnt-buy-cookies-from-a-boy-in-a-dress/?tid=a_inl

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