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Are these the most PC parents in the world? The couple raising a 'genderless baby'... to protect his (or her) right to choice
By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
©Boy or girl? Storm, in red, gets a cuddle from his - or her - older brother Jazz
Meet Storm. With those big blue eyes, fair hair and chubby cheeks, the four-month-old is certainly adorable.
But whether this baby is a bruising boy or a blushing girl is, the parents say, a secret. In fact, they’re leaving the decision up to him – or her.
The bizarre move has led to Kathy Witterick, 38, and husband David Stocker, 39, being labelled the most politically correct family in the world.
©Breaking the rules: Kathy Witterick, right, with two-year-old son Kio. Behind her is husband David Stocker, holding Storm as Jazz looks on
There's nothing ambiguous about the baby's sex. The parents know - as do brothers Jazz, five, and Kio, two, who somehow are apparently keeping their mouths shut.
One close family friend also knows, as do the two midwives who helped deliver the baby in a birthing pool in the couple's Toronto home on New Year's Day.
That, however, is it. When Storm was born, the couple sent an email to the rest of their friends and family that stated: 'We've decided not to share Storm's sex for now — a tribute to freedom and choice in place of limitation, a stand up to what the world could become in Storm's lifetime (a more progressive place? ...).'
Their announcement, they told the Toronto Star, was at first met with silence. Then came the deluge.
Storm's grandparents were supportive - but resented having to explain a gender-free baby to friends and co-workers.
Friends cleverly accused the couple of taking away the newborn's right to choice by imposing their own ideology on the tiny baby.
©Tomboy style: Actress Angelina Jolie with daughter Shiloh, left, and son Maddox, right, in LA yesterday
And pretty much everyone they told (or, rather, refused to tell) was united in believing they were setting their children up for a lifetime of bullying.
Children can be especially cruel. Picture how Storm's first day at school could go.
But Mrs Witterick was defiant. 'When the baby comes out, even the people who love you the most and know you so intimately, the first question they ask is, ‘Is it a girl or a boy?’' she told the Star.
Her husband chimed in: 'If you really want to get to know someone, you don’t ask what’s between their legs.'
The couple believe they are releasing Storm from the constraints society imposes on males and females. They claim children can make meaningful decisions for themselves from a very young age.
They called parents who make choices for their children 'obnoxious', instead telling their children to challenge how they're expected to look and act based on their sex.
source:dailymail