Rejecting your biological gender is one of the most important actions in the movie. Because their body does not reflect who they really are, they find it difficult to accept and embrace the person that is. They know from instinct that their bodies do not reflect who they are. A person with a male reproductive system is usually considered male. However, the behavior of the child suggests that she is a female. You can see the tendency in the video to mimic the opposite sex. The behavior of children born with male reproductive systems is to dress and style their hair and play with toys and cook as females. They also identify better with their mothers (Real Stories, 2016).
A parent should seek professional help for certain actions. Dickens (2020), states first that parents shouldn’t rush to name their child or start the transition. One example of this is a child that acts and behaves like the other gender even though they are aware of their gender differences. Pronoun changes can result in “she” being rejected, and “he”, if it is a female birth sex. When they’re referred to as one sex, they feel less at ease. The opposite gender’s bathroom habits are also included. A female that insists on standing up to urinate is an example of this. It is possible to prefer clothing from the other sex such as undergarments. She may have emotional reactions such as sobbing if the child is strongly identified with her natal partner. These children experience stress because they do not know their identity. It is a sign that they are not comfortable with the toys and games chosen for their birth sex. It is crucial to understand the obligations associated with transgender therapy. These include maximizing benefits (beneficence), minimising harm (nonmaleficence), respecting autonomy and making sure that children receive equitable care. There are ethical issues to be aware of when hormonal or surgical treatments have long-term consequences. Maybe the child was unaware of his or her body as they grew up, which could have led to regrets and other negative effects. Sometimes, the child may also be experiencing psychological disorders and may need additional assistance. In these cases, it is possible that the parent played a role in making him feel differently. The effectiveness of therapies should be considered as well. Gender transmission problems can lead to negative psychological outcomes, poor psychosocial functioning, and social stigmatization that could cause physical and mental health risks.