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What if nature made a mistake over your gender?

What if nature made a mistake over your gender? | health | Scoop.it
There's nothing easy about what Bryer Chalmers has faced in his life.

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Sarah Smith's comment, April 19, 2015 9:18 PM
this is a decision that affects your whole life but i believe bryer knew that she wanted to make that change. You would have to consider your partners feelings if you had one because they may not agree with the change and you would have to consider what your family thought about it. Overall it is your choice but it can also be good to hear someone else' opinion to help you make a decision. You would also need to consider how much it would change your life and if you would be happy to go through those changes.
eden allen's comment, April 19, 2015 9:34 PM
I think that he would have known his whole life that he wasn't in the body he would have prefered so he would have made a decision in his mind but actually following through with that is a completely different situation that he would have to of weighed the pro's and cons of following through with it
Casey Sayers's comment, April 19, 2015 9:38 PM
You would have to comfortable with yourself and others in this position. You would have to be patient as you make the change, because as Bryer said, nothing happens overnight and the end will come. The decision wouldn't be a quick decision made, you would have to know who you are and what you believe in. You would have to talk to those around you, but believe in yourself and if others don't believe the same and put you down, you know they aren't the right friends for you.
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Time running out for China's one-child policy after three decades

Time running out for China's one-child policy after three decades | health | Scoop.it
As list of exemptions grows, experts predict scrapping of rule said to have prevented 400m births

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Ian Adamson's curator insight, February 9, 2015 3:47 AM

What do you think the self worth of these girls are?

 

Zac Aim's comment, February 12, 2015 6:17 PM
they are very against the rule that their only aloud to have one child and beleive that you should be able to have one child. she has enough self worth to not just let them do watever they want, she thinks of how her children would feel about things and takes that into account
maurea.perez-varea's comment, February 23, 2015 2:42 AM
they probably feel pressured when they get pregnant because of that rule. And even if they did brake the rule then they are probably going to have to make really tough decisions even really sinful one like dumping their babies in the bump killing it slowly and painfully.