Can we still be surprised by what we read, see or hear? This one is a doozy.
The Daily Caller reported on a company in California that makes and sells crocheted penile prostheses for transgender adults and children. The company’s name is Stitchbug Studio and its website describes the owners as “professional artists and artisans who come together to deliver high quality designs”.
Part of their “high-quality designs” are the so-called “soft packers”, which they describe as follows:
“Made individually for each order by hand from high-quality, soft and hard-wearing yarn. Our packers are light, comfortable for the whole day and last a long time with minimal maintenance. “
Under their product line “Soft Packers” they sell their so-called “Bitty BugÂ®Soft Packer” line. Your “Bitty BugÂ® Softpacker is a tailor-made prosthesis packer in youth sizes, made of soft, hard-wearing yarn and polyester filling.” They say this product should be worn:
“Pinned to the underwear or stowed in a packing bag and felt by the wearer without being externally visible”
On their website, the owners of this company wanted people to know:
“NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS: This product is not intended for infants and young children.”
âThere has been some confusion for those who do not believe that trans children exist or do not understand gender dysphoria and how gender prostheses can help reduce it. The Bitty Bug is intended for parents of transgender teenagers who have voiced their gender-affirming needs and are looking for a product that is non-invasive, ephemeral, and suitable for age and size. It is clear that infants and young children are unable to express this type of need. We are here to provide parents with an appropriate and perishable opportunity to help their trans youth. “
Who do you think decides what gender these children are at such a young age?
These parents might save themselves some money or at least give Grandma the idea of ââcrocheting a Christmas or birthday present for her granddaughter.
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