Arriving at the front door, the young Girl Scout knocked, hoping to sell his cookies. Most cannot resist Girl Scout Cookies, especially when they are delivered right to one's home, but as Stormi experienced, some will not buy any from him.
Stormi knocked on one door three blocks from their home. A man opened the door. After Stormi made her pitch for cookies, he said, “Nobody wants to buy cookies from a boy in a dress.”
This is the life that foster mom Kim has given her foster child, a young man who through an emergency placement came into Kim's care. As if life was not hard enough as a foster child, now this boy, confused and healing from previous abuse, must deal with abuse because of his transgenderism.
Kim decided to tell the story at the online portal where one order the cookies and received much support. Sadly, the support does not address the deep seated issues the most likely led to Stormi's confusion.
She received dozens of letters of support. Elizabeth S. Leet, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Virginia, wrote, “Stormi is so brave and wonderful for standing up for herself and choosing to live as the person she’s always been!”
“This is something I have been trying to instill in her for years,” Kim said. “How worthy she is; who she is is OK. 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.”
Kim is certainly right, this young child has value, he has worth, but forcing one's adult, politically correct world view, upon an impressionable child, is ignoble.