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Gabrielle Union responded to the debate over her husband Dwyane Wade's social media post in which he expressed love for his "girls" - including his son, Zion Wade.

In the post, Zion poses with his stepmom, Gabby, and his half sister, Kaavia James, 1. Zion wears a pink scrunchie on his wrist.

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Zion, who is only 12, came out of the closet during a Pride parade in Miami earlier this year. Since then, both Wade, 37, and Union, 46, have used Zion to promote themselves as LGBT allies.

So it was no surprise that Union responded to the controversy on social media.

"Looks like love to me," she wrote in a post featuring the original image. "I truly hope that everyone gets the love, support and hugs they deserve."

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But social media users fear that Union's role in pushing the agenda is more than simply supporting and loving their sons. Many say little Zion didn't exhibit feminine tendencies until Union entered the picture.

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Women fear that something more insidious is underfoot.

On Instagram.com, one user reposted the GQ magazine cover featuring an effeminate Pharrell Williams. The cover was for "The New Masculinity Issue".

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Black women fear that the already depleted pool of masculine Black men will dwindle in 30 years.

They have good reason to be concerned.

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This was a question for Democratic presidential candidates at the recent CNN presidential town hall on LGBTQ issues, held last Thursday, Oct. 10, at The Novo theater in Los Angeles.

With all the problems facing LGBT Americans, this question was at the top of their list. Why? Who takes puberty blocker medications?

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Democrats are eager to lower the price of puberty blockers to get them into the hands of as many Black boys as possible. Boys like Zion Wade, who will soon be old enough to take puberty blockers without his dad's permission (age 16).
 

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Toy maker Mattel, Inc. is doing its part to help minor children choose their own genders with a new line of gender-nonconforming dolls.

The Creatable World gender nonconforming dolls are available with short hair and a kit containing long wigs and a variety of gender neutral clothing options.

Children can create over 100 different genders with the dolls.

"Toys are a reflection of culture and as the world continues to celebrate the positive impact of inclusivity, we felt it was time to create a doll line free of labels," said Kim Culmone, senior vice president of Mattel Fashion Doll Design.

Mattel worked with parents, doctors and other child experts to create the new line of dolls that will help children rethink the former boy, girl gender standard.

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The dolls were tested on 250 families, including 15 children who identify as transgender, gender binary, gender nonconforming, etc.

The new toy line is part of Mattel's push to eliminate the boy, girl stereotypes in today’s culture.

"Through research, we heard that kids don't want their toys dictated by gender norms," Culmone said. "This line allows all kids to express themselves freely, which is why it resonates so strongly with them."

The new dolls are available now in stores.

Question: Do you plan to buy the Creatable World dolls for your children?

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Actors Megan Fox and husband Brian Austin Green join the list of Hollywood liberals who dress their sons in feminine garments for Hollywood's approval.

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A new Department of Education policy allows the federal government to investigate public schools that don't refer to gender-confused students by their chosen gender pronouns.

The memo was written by Candice Jackson, the lesbian acting assistant secretary for the Office of Civil Rights at the Department of Education (DOE).

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Mack Beggs

A transgender high school wrestler is testing the tolerance of even the most ardent transgender supporters.

Mack Beggs, 17, won the Class 6A state girls wrestling championship in the 110-pound weight class on Saturday. Beggs is a female-to-transgender who prefers to dress and behave in a stereotypical masculine manner.

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The emergence of singer Sade Adu's daughter Ila Adu as a transsexual sparked an interesting conversation on Sandrarose.com about the prevalence of gay and transsexual celebrity offspring.

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Bruce Jenner

Did you catch the premiere of E! Network's "docu-series" I Am Cait, featuring narcissist Bruce Jenner as his alter ego, Caitlyn Jenner, last night?

The criticism began within the 1st 10 minutes of the show's hour-long premiere Sunday night. "This is boring" was the consensus of many a viewer on Twitter.

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The Los Angeles premiere of 'Unbroken'

Actor Brad Pitt took his sons, Maddox Jolie-Pitt, Pax Jolie-Pitt and Shiloh Jolie-Pitt, to see the Los Angeles premiere of war film, 'Unbroken', which was directed by the children's mom, Angelina Jolie-Pitt. Shiloh, center, is actually a biological girl but she thinks she's a boy.
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Nicole Maines A Maine judge says a school was wrong to bar a boy dressed up as a girl from using the girl's restroom.

Nicole Maines, now 16, was in the fifth grade when school administrators ordered him to use a unisex restroom after another student objected.

The Maine Supreme Judicial Court ruled Thursday that transgender persons (not just school kids) should have access to any public accommodations of their choosing.

This means that any male who believes he is a female has the right to share the women's restroom at a restaurant even if he is not wearing female attire.

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La La Anthony

La La Anthony, 34, is packing on the pounds again. Her unexplained weight gain is sparking rumors that she might be pregnant. But who's the father? La La was spotted wearing a Givenchy laced top as she exited her NYC apartment and headed to a shoot in Brooklyn with Sean "Diddy" Combs in front of Biggie's old apartment.
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CW Developing Drama About Transgender Teenager

The CW Network is developing a television series about a biological girl who lives her life as a boy, Deadspin.com reports.

CBS TV Studios is producing ZE, a distinction that represents non-gender-specific pronouns such as he or she. To further their agenda to socially engineer non-traditional sex roles as normal, the lead character is presented as the only "normal" member of an otherwise "dysfunctional" family.

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E.J. Johnson At Bootsy Bellows Nightclub

NBA legend Earvin "Magic" Johnson and his wife Cookie are urging their gay son, Earvin Johnson III, aka EJ, to say no to reality TV shows.

E.J. came out of the closet in flamboyant style earlier this year when he was photographed with his reported boyfriend. Since then he has given interviews and updated his social media pages indicating his hope to be a voice for gay youth by starring in a reality TV show.

But not if his parents can help it.

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Coy Mathis believes he is a girl

A 6-year-old boy who believes he is a girl won the right to use the girls room at his school after his parents threatened to sue the Colorado school system for requiring him to use a separate bathroom.

Coy, who has identified as a girl since age 4, was pulled from the Eagleside Elementary School in Fountain, CO, and home schooled while the lawsuit wound its way through the courts.

He has not undergone a sex-change operation. Therefore, he is still physically a boy.

Coy's parents, Kathryn and Jeremy Mathis, were shocked that the school prohibited their child, who has boy's genitals, from using the girls' restroom.

"This automatically singles her out and stigmatizes her," Kathryn Mathis said. "It sets her up for future harassing and bullying, and creates an unsafe environment. The school has a wonderful opportunity to teach students that differences are OK, and we should embrace their differences, instead of teaching them to discriminate against someone who is a little different."

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Magic Johnson son gay

Magic Johnson's youngest son Earvin Johnson III, aka EJ, is out and proud. The 20-year-old college student was seen stepping down Sunset Strip in full drag gear -- excluding lipstick and lakefront wig -- hand-in-hand with his college boyfriend, according to gossip website TMZ.com.

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Coy Mathis believes he is a girl

The parents of 6-year-old boy who believes he is a girl are threatening to sue the Colorado school system for requiring the "girl" to use a separate bathroom from other girls in the school.

Jeremy and Kathryn Mathis, the parents of Coy Mathis, took their complaints to the Katie Couric show.

Coy's parents were baffled as to why the school system decided to "single out" Coy who still has male genitals.

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