The homosexually controlled mass media acts as if it's a done deal that a boy who possibly only wants to pretend he's a girl is, therefore, a girl. The issue is being pushed by the pro-homosexuality movement because the boy is being denied the right to use the girls' restrooms at school.
Here's the deal. The pro-homosexuality adults surrounding this issue have taken it upon themselves to deem that just because a child who wasn't getting his or her way suddenly becomes more animated once given his or her way that it means that the decision to give that child his or her way was necessarily the right thing, as if gratification makes right.
I should think that before simply deferring to an impressionable child who has been exposed to information on TV and elsewhere about transsexual surgeries and such (and this one was very early on), that the child be first checked hormonally and chromosomally, etc. If there is some obvious difference between the child's genitalia and the child's other sexual markers or characteristics, then that would be one thing. If there are no such differences though, then one should begin with environmental factors such as cultural or other exposure where the child became confused.
Why do I suggest this? A child could simply outgrow the "transgender" phase/thinking; but in the meantime, what bad pattern of thinking will have been more ingrained at the adults having simply deferred? I don't say I can enumerate all of the possibilities but do say that it seems that culturally, way too many people are all too willing to go along with what undermines bright lines.
It is not cut and dried in that there truly are hermaphrodites born through no fault of their own; but just because that is true doesn't mean that it necessarily follows that giving in to every stubbornly insistent child that he is a girl or she is a boy is a good idea.
Where are the stories about the boys who pretended to be girls who grew out of it? We need to know. You know they are out there. You also know that encouraging them at the time to become girls may well have caused more problems than living through the stubbornness without caving in.
I have seen an 18-year-old undergo sex-change surgery only to regret it a year later. Waiting would have been advisable, obviously.