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Child, 4, Born A Female Announces Transition With A Blue Gender Reveal Cannon At Pride Parade

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Child, 4, Born A Female Announces Transition With A Blue Gender Reveal Cannon At Pride Parade

“He would play with other boys and the parents would say he was more of a boy than their own children.”

With his grandmother by his side, Charlie Danger Lloyd, born female, has officially declared his transition to being a boy with a blue gender reveal cannon during Vancouver’s Pride Parade. A viral video showed the moment the 4-Year-Old, who now uses he/him popped a confetti canon with blue smoke to celebrate his decision. 

Mom, Alaina Bourrel, 27, confirmed Charlie expressed his desire to be a different gender from a young age. 

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“Once they closed the road, Charlie strutted out with Grammy, and they faced the sidelines after a short struggle, the cannon exploded with blue smoke and biodegradable confetti. Charlie jumped with joy as the crowd cheered him on. He couldn’t believe the love and support he was shown from the bystanders,” Alaina told the South West News Service. 

She added that her child’s happiness comes a long way from when she was always trolled by people who accused her of being a pedophile, groomer, and rapist for being in support of her son’s transition. 

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Alaina admitted the moment was inspired by Charlie’s earlier gender reveal before his birth and how the smoke didn’t effectively come out. “When we told him the story, he asked for a re-do with his granny at the Vancouver Pride Parade – so we bought him a smoke cannon and tucked it away for this day.” She further alleged that Charlie grew envious of wanting to become a boy at age two. 

According to Aliana, Charlie often tells family members he wants to look just like daddy and would also try to convince people that he’s a boy on some days.

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“He wasn’t your typical little girl. He would play with other boys, and the parents would say he was more of a boy than their own children, Aliana said, looking back on Charlie’s early days and added the family didn’t seriously consider Charlie’s wishes until late 2021, when he stopped shopping for girl’s clothing and wanted to cut his hair short. 

Despite the hate online, Aliana said the family’s close entourage had been nothing but vocal about their support for Charlie, and his choices weren’t questioned. 

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