And a child will lead them? The point of the article seems to be that bscuaee, from the beginning of his life, this child identified more with girl things and being a girl than being a boy, it was right to \"get help\" for him to change his gender. The problem with that logic is that when discussing moral issues, it does not work to begin at the end--meaning with a particular person in a particular situation. Reasoning should go froward not backward. While \"Nicole\"\'s situation is certainly difficult, the fact of his wanting to be a girl instead of a boy has no impact on the big picture question--is it morally okay to change a person\'s gender? This is a societal question not just a personal one. The article mentioned that the family had had to deal with \"bullying and insensitivity\". I think it\'s interesting that people who stand for the moral norms that have always existed are now being labeled as insensitive bullies. I suppose the PC idea is that everyone\'s morality must change to accommodate people like Nicole and his family. Not so. The root of moral law is in God or, if you prefer, natural law. Either way, it is outside of us human beings. When I have engaged in dialogues like this in the past, someone always ends by throwing this out, \"well, I hope if you are a mother and you have a child who is gay, you will accept and love him\". Again--the child shall lead us to a brave new world. My answer? For me, love means telling the Truth and who better to tell the Truth to than my own children. And what better way to show love than to suffer with them instead of breaking God\'s laws in an attempt to escape the pain and creating a much bigger problem in the process.