Thursday, October 27, 2016


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A transgender 6-year-old is the latest reality TV star—after appearing on her family’s new online reality show.

The show, The Keswanis: A Most Modern Family, airs on, one of the first web series outings for the online arm of People Magazine.

The show features Nik, a 17-year old son with a rare form of dwarfism; Sarina, 15, the middle daughter who is training to be in beauty pageants, and Devina, 6, who was born a male but is now being raised as a female. It also features their “momager” Vaishali, and “doctor dad” Anil, according to People.

“We’re all a little different and a little dysfunctional,” explains Nik, who apparently also earns nearly $10,000 a month from his show on social media site, Vine. “But I think that’s the recipe for a happy family.”

Happy or not, it’s 6-year-old Devina who’s raising eyebrows—largely due to the young age of her transition.

The third episode in the series, which has just been released, focuses on Devina’s transition from little boy to little girl, which started last year. reports:

“The day Dev could walk, the walk was feminine,” Vaishali says in the third episode of The Keswanis: A Most Modern Family. “The day Dev could talk, it was really feminine.”

“We had this perfect kid,” Anil says. “But it wasn’t easy. There was something that was not clicking.”

These signals may have been increasingly hard to ignore, but it wasn’t until a sit-down with Devina’s kindergarten teacher, where she expressed her concern over an assignment Devina – then Dev – had turned in, that Vaishali and Anil realized the seriousness of the situation. After an emotional heart-to-heart, the family realized they couldn’t deny Devina’s true self any longer.

On the show, however, Devina’s transition isn’t without controversy—she was bullied at school, and now plans to give “a speech to her school about being transgender” in order to help clear the record.

Remember, Devina is a first-grader—just six-years-old.

As transgender acceptance continues to grow in America, children are changing their genders at increasingly young ages—but that’s also become increasingly controversial, as many argue over whether or not a small child can make such a life-altering decision. And it’s controversial as to whether that decision is still fluid—for instance, how many girls who identify as “tomboys” at a young age grow up to be more traditionally feminine.

Regardless, Devina’s transition is now live on—ready for the world to see.

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Sixth graders at Giunta Middle School were asked something shocking in their classroom–would they save Donald Trump from a sinking ship?

The “Lifeboat Test,” as it’s being called, presents a hypothetical situation where a ship is sinking with 15 passengers–and the student must pick 9 of them to be saved in the lifeboat.

The list includes: a black guy, a white guy, a Hispanic woman, a rabbi, an ex-convict, a guy doctor, a girl doctor, Justin Bieber, Barack Obama, and Donald Trump, among others.

Many parents were shocked that politicians–like Donald Trump and Barack Obama–made the list, and that children would have to choose whether or not to let them die.

But parents were also concerned that, with the short descriptions of people, it encourages racism–how are they supposed to judge whether “a black guy” or “a white guy” should be saved?

One mom, Valerie Kennel, voiced her opposition to the “Lifeboat Test.”

“Leah is 11,” Kennel explained, about her daughter. “How is she supposed to pick people based off of what they’re saying? …To her, everybody matters. Everybody should have a chance. They didn’t do anything wrong. Everybody deserves to be saved.”

The school district, however, disagreed. They stood behind the Lifeboat Test as allowing for “really great conversation” in the classroom–despite parental shock and horror.

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Three illegal aliens have been arrested over gunning down a teenager, as he waited for the school bus.

Danny Centeno-Miranda, a high school student in wealthy Loudoun County, Virginia–the richest county in the United States–just outside of Washington, D.C., was shot twice in the back about 50 yards from the bus stop.

Centeno-Miranda had fled poverty in El Salvador, and come to America to live with relatives in 2013. He was apparently in the country legally.

His killers have been taken into custody, and charged. The triggerman, a 17-year-old whose name hasn’t been released because of his age, has been charged with second-degree murder and with using a firearm while committing a felony. Henry Dominguez Vasquez, 20, and Juan Aguirre Zelaya, 18, also were arrested and charged with being accessories to the shooting and also for possession of a firearm while in the country illegally.

All three are in America illegally.

It’s unclear exactly what the motive was for the crime, but Loudoun County police officers think there might be more to the story than just an accidental or impromptu killing.

“This was not a random incident,” Loudoun County Sheriff Mike Chapman said, at a news conference on Saturday. “The suspects and the victim were known to each other.”

“We’re looking into that there may be some gang affiliation, however we don’t know what the reason was just yet for the incident taking place,” he added.

Centeno-Miranda, however, was described as an all-around good kid, who wasn’t a troublemaker–not the kind of kid who would join a gang.

But he did apparently know his murderers, and may have lived in the same apartment complex and even attended the same high school, though investigators are still confirming details.

Regardless of the motive, the murder of Danny Centeno-Miranda is another one committed this summer by illegal immigrants. Nationwide, there have been a number–including the murder of Kate Steinle, who was shot dead on a crowded San Francisco tourist pier, in early July.

Centeno-Miranda’s murder also comes after an increased focus on illegal immigration, and the crimes committed by illegal aliens, due to the rising presidential candidacy of Donald Trump.



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