How do we cope with using pronouns?
A child fell down a rabbit hole. This parent tried hanging ropes into this deep hole, but eventually hope vanished. Shouting down into the hole was met with silence, only my own voice echoed back. After years of heartbreak there was nothing else that could be done, except pray.
In this crazy Alice in Wonderland world, the child lives an upside down life. Right becomes wrong, good becomes evil, male becomes female, weakness becomes strength. Many children, being weak and vulnerable, fell into this big hole where they are told their weakness is their strength. Lies replace truth.
Ha was indoctrinated into thinking that “changing sex” was the answer to Ha’s woes. Ha believed, and chose to remain in the rabbit hole.
This once beautiful daughter pretends to be a man. In Ha’s presence I dare not use the pronoun “she”.
Do we have the courage to invent a pronoun such as “ha” and use it in public?
We parents can fight this evil. It is not just a silly game, although if we find a sense of humour it helps us survive the ordeal.
Ha, ha. This is no laughing matter.
Perhaps I would call Ha “No”. The chosen name “Noha” is a difficult name to shorten. This inability of mine to accept “gender change” makes life difficult for me.
No is never a son, always a daughter. No speaks with a deep voice which becomes more feminine when speaking with me. No does not need to act in my presence.
I know the truth.