Chastity Bono Announces Sex Change

Jun 11, 2009 | Posted by: boodaa | Full story: www.socalwife.com

Chastity Bono Chastity Bono has announced that she will be having a sex change to become a man.

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Thanks, Weebsie. A couple of my friends (who don't know each other) suggested he'd prefer to haunt his home over taking a road trip to Chicago. I bet the next tenants of this apartment are going to be shocked when their deli meat keeps disappearing!
i would imagine so. in the meantime, das, over the past weekend my great nephew fell into a swimming pool and drowned. he would have been 3 years old in october. the gate was locked, but he dragged a pic-nick cooler over and climbed up high enough to reach the lock. he never regained consciousness despite all efforts to revive him.

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dances with weebles wrote:
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i would imagine so. in the meantime, das, over the past weekend my great nephew fell into a swimming pool and drowned. he would have been 3 years old in october. the gate was locked, but he dragged a pic-nick cooler over and climbed up high enough to reach the lock. he never regained consciousness despite all efforts to revive him.
Oh, no no no no no!!

I'm so sorry to hear that! I'll be holding you and your family in the Light and praying for you all.

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Jul 30, 2009
 
His parents must be inconsolable. Something similar happened to a friend of my mother, one of her twin daughters drowned and the stress led to her marriage breaking up, and a long period of depression and self-destructive behavior. If offering advice isn't being too forward, they will absolutely need counseling so they can find the new normal for their life.
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i would imagine so. in the meantime, das, over the past weekend my great nephew fell into a swimming pool and drowned. he would have been 3 years old in october. the gate was locked, but he dragged a pic-nick cooler over and climbed up high enough to reach the lock. he never regained consciousness despite all efforts to revive him.

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Jul 30, 2009
 
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His parents must be inconsolable. Something similar happened to a friend of my mother, one of her twin daughters drowned and the stress led to her marriage breaking up, and a long period of depression and self-destructive behavior. If offering advice isn't being too forward, they will absolutely need counseling so they can find the new normal for their life.
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they're all super involved in their church, so they're trying to work thru it. the ones who are torn up the most are the mother the maternal grandfather. like i said, i'm an ocean away, so it's easier for me... but since i have two young children it has hit me quite hard in that respect. i know that it would crush my soul if it were one of my kids. i've often wondered how many times a person's heart can be broken, or how badly before it just can't heal anymore. i think that'd about do it for me.
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Jul 30, 2009
 
Jesus love you!

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Jesus love you!
you, too.

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Oh, no no no no no!!
I'm so sorry to hear that! I'll be holding you and your family in the Light and praying for you all.
thank you, das.

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i would imagine so. in the meantime, das, over the past weekend my great nephew fell into a swimming pool and drowned. he would have been 3 years old in october. the gate was locked, but he dragged a pic-nick cooler over and climbed up high enough to reach the lock. he never regained consciousness despite all efforts to revive him.
My deepest sympathies to you and your family. We had a niece drown several years ago. I know first hand that the pain gets easier to bear but never goes away. I can still close my eyes and see her.

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My deepest sympathies to you and your family. We had a niece drown several years ago. I know first hand that the pain gets easier to bear but never goes away. I can still close my eyes and see her.
thank you, love.

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You're not being mean. There are a couple of options. One is to have a private cremation and then you get to keep the ashes. The other is to have it done with other people's pets and nobody gets the ashes. I did the latter. For one thing, if I kept the ashes of every pet I've ever loved, I'd need another bedroom to store them. For another, I'm moving tomorrow, and getting around this town is really not easy.
One thing that about broke my heart -- the couple who rescued my other cat, Orpheus, from the street wants to pay for Fox's cremation. They called today to say so, and they just want me to have one less thing to stress over. I'm actually doing okay financially, but the offer was sooo sweet!
Isn't it wonderful to have such good friends. Orpheus! I couldn't remember the spelling. Now, how did that cat get a name like Orpheus?

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i would imagine so. in the meantime, das, over the past weekend my great nephew fell into a swimming pool and drowned. he would have been 3 years old in october. the gate was locked, but he dragged a pic-nick cooler over and climbed up high enough to reach the lock. he never regained consciousness despite all efforts to revive him.
I am so sorry. I pray for peace and comfort for all of the family. There is no way to replace this loss.

Love is the only thing that I know of in this world that explains the mathematical concept of infinity. Parents love a child with all of their hearts. Another child comes along and they love the new child with all their hearts without diminishing any of the love for the first. I'm sure they feel that they have lost so much of their love. That is true but their hearts are capable of loving again as much as they love now.

I know those who loved this child don't want to hear that at this point but somewhere along the way you might be able to encourage them with this mathematical fact.

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I am so sorry. I pray for peace and comfort for all of the family. There is no way to replace this loss.
Love is the only thing that I know of in this world that explains the mathematical concept of infinity. Parents love a child with all of their hearts. Another child comes along and they love the new child with all their hearts without diminishing any of the love for the first. I'm sure they feel that they have lost so much of their love. That is true but their hearts are capable of loving again as much as they love now.
I know those who loved this child don't want to hear that at this point but somewhere along the way you might be able to encourage them with this mathematical fact.
Very astute observation.

One must have faith that we will all meet again. Otherwise all is for naught. And I refuse to believe that.

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Connie Clear wrote:
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I am so sorry. I pray for peace and comfort for all of the family. There is no way to replace this loss.
Love is the only thing that I know of in this world that explains the mathematical concept of infinity. Parents love a child with all of their hearts. Another child comes along and they love the new child with all their hearts without diminishing any of the love for the first. I'm sure they feel that they have lost so much of their love. That is true but their hearts are capable of loving again as much as they love now.
I know those who loved this child don't want to hear that at this point but somewhere along the way you might be able to encourage them with this mathematical fact.
thank you. and i agree. just try to explain all that to our 8 year old. she still thinks that, just because we also had a son, that he is somehow stealing some of her glory.*lol*

the pain will ease for them someday, but their love for the child will never go away. they'll begin to remember the fun times and the laughs they shared more than the pain of parting... someday, but not now. not yet.

as i've said, i'm lucky in that i live an ocean away and am not really as effected by it as much as those who are closer... what this has done for me, however, is to create an even stronger will to hold my children a little bit closer, kiss them and hug them more and play more games with them to laugh more, tickle more and to tell more jokes with them... to draw more pictures and to answer more of their interminable questions honestly and lovingly... and then to take more group naps with them when we all fall down in a heap and go to sleep together.

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Daniel P from Long Island wrote:
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Very astute observation.
One must have faith that we will all meet again. Otherwise all is for naught. And I refuse to believe that.
why daniel... this is the most feeling thing which i've heard from you in ages... thank you for restoring my faith in you.*smile*

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dances with weebles wrote:
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i would imagine so. in the meantime, das, over the past weekend my great nephew fell into a swimming pool and drowned. he would have been 3 years old in october. the gate was locked, but he dragged a pic-nick cooler over and climbed up high enough to reach the lock. he never regained consciousness despite all efforts to revive him.
Oh, no! That is just, I don't know what to say. His poor parents. I just can't imagine they and the rest of your family must be feeling right now. My heart truly goes out to you all.

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Oh, no! That is just, I don't know what to say. His poor parents. I just can't imagine they and the rest of your family must be feeling right now. My heart truly goes out to you all.
thank you, venus. cook me some comfort food, will ya?
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Zaphod 42 wrote:
Let's see...Cher had some ribs removed. Now, Chastity Bono is having something added so she can put something ribbed on it.
First of all asshole cher never had any ribs removed, and if you do not understand that this person was suffering with her identity then shut up, go back to school and read more it might enlighten you on the subject, And who TF are you to judge anyone, you must be from a holy roller state or some big fat slob bigot. Take a look at your family and see what is wrong with them remember when you spit up it comes back in your face, if she is happy who cares, and she has more money than you'll ever see in your lifetime
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youtube.com/watch... ……Old Farts or Young Stinkers Chasity Bono looks like a slob overweight chump looks terrible,,,,
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I wish I could be a man, instead of a sniveling little girl.

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