TransSpecies: Parents Proud Of 4-Year Old’s Decision

TransSpecies: Parents Proud Of 4-Year Old’s Decision

TransSpecies: Parents Proud Of 4-Year Old’s Decision

The parents of a biological female say they are “so proud” of her for deciding she was TransSpecies at the age of four.

“We love her so much. We’re so proud of her and the choice that she’s made,” said Chad Arnaqueur, father of Stormy, a four-year-old biological female who told her parents she “felt like a pony” at the age of four.

Arnaqueur and his wife, Sierra, say they are fully supportive of Stormy’s decision and are aiding her in transitioning from human to equine. On an episode of San Francisco Channel 6’s Bay People Spotlight Mr. Arnaqueur says he was skeptical of children who claim to be TransSpecies until he experienced it with his own daughter.

“Four years ago, if I’d heard this story from somebody else, I wouldn’t of believed it. I mean that absolutely sincerely, I wouldn’t of believed it,” Arnaqueur said.

“I thought it was all made up. I thought it wasn’t real. I thought the whole thing was made up by parents… I’ve seen it, I’ve experienced it, and I’ve learned about it. I absolutely support what Stormy is doing,” he continued, “She is really no different than any transgender child and must be fully affirmed in her identity, no matter her age or what medical procedures will need to be pursued.”

“And that’s the thing, isn’t it? As a society, we tend to want to put people into a girl or a boy box that just fits with what we know… it makes sense. It makes us feel comfortable. But that’s not reality, actually, is it? For lots of children,” host Holly Zalamero said in response to Mr. Arnaqueur.

Zalamero pointed out that the whole movement of “otherkin” in adults has been covered before.

Eric, who identifies as a werewolf … believes around half of otherkins identify because of spiritual reasons, while for the others it’s neurological. “By neurological reasons, I mean that it is an identity that is wired into the brain from birth.”

“I was never a normal child, per se, Eric explains. “I used to insist I was a dog to my parents when I was younger.” This went on until he was around ten, and he realized his friends didn’t feel the same way about their bodies as he did.

Zalamero asked Sierra Arnaqueur about reports that Stormy had once asked about being Black like her best friend in preschool. Sierra dismissed the claim, “That was just a passing fancy. As we explained to Stormy, race is immutable.”

Arnaqueur says he hopes his child’s TransSpecies story will help more people realize that body and selfhood are “not the same thing.” The interview was cut short as the Arnaqueurs explained they were booked to fly to Los Angeles to meet with producers about a mini-series for Stormy prior to driving up the California coastline to take a meeting with Oprah Winfrey.

featured image original photoshop composite by Darleen Click

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  • Scott says:

    “race is immutable”… but species isn’t????


    In a rational world, this poor child would be taken away from obviously mentally unstable parents… This is just flat out insane!

  • 370H55V says:

    A horse is a horse. Of course, of course.

  • Lloyd says:

    Watch closely…some Liberal California University will soon be announcing the “Centaur Project”…designed to help the pony children with their transfer. Parents of those enrolled must be certified horse’s asses !!

  • Uchuck says:

    When I was four, I thought I was a dump truck. Between the ages of six and fourteen, I thought I was Jerome Horowitz (better know as Curly Howard). From fourteen to eighteen, I knew I was Conan the Barbarian.

    Turns out I was right between six and fourteen.

  • Lewis says:

    This is child abuse, every 4 year old wants to be something it can never be, it’s called imagination! Doesn’t this child have grandparents, aunts, uncles, somebody that can intervene for her before tragedy strikes? It will strike,too, if this continues. God help that little one and those who can, but won’t, step up for her.

  • ROP says:

    It is just another mental disorder but since the lunatics are running the asylum mental disorders are OK. The parent should also have counseling for allowing this.

  • Cameron says:

    Darleen, I know you were joking but for just one brief little moment, I took this seriously.

    Well done.

    • Darleen Click says:

      Thanks! 🙂 It is actually based on the first linked article – almost word-for-word but some changes to help identify it as satire.

      • Lewis says:

        Well, Darleen, you suckered me good!
        Having encountered a “Pony Lady” several times, however, I am going to forgive myself a little. She had her head partially shaved, hair flowing like a Palomino mane and a “tail” neatly tucked into her jeans! Scary, to say the least, and me a captive audience to this insanity as she stood at the counter in my gallery.
        So I am taking my butt-hurt self off for a little pity party and will try to be more vigilant in future!

        By the way, nice catch, Cameron!

        • Cameron says:

          Thanks. It was by chance that I’d read the article about a day before she posted this.

          And I’m guessing that poor kid will be dead before 21 because her parents stop caring once the cameras are off.

  • exJarhead says:


  • Mary says:

    When I was about 5, being jealous of how much more freedom my two older brothers had, I told my mom how much I wanted to be a boy.
    I meant it with all my heart! Yes I did.
    My mom’s surprise response, just barely holding back her amusement, was “No problem, honey, no problem at all! All you have to do is kiss your elbow and you’ll become a boy.”

    Yup, I tried it! Several times.

    This is how moms handled this in 1955 or so. We ended up having a laugh and a sweet conversation about how she loved me just the way I was, understood my frustration, and explained how being a girl is special and terrific.

    My mom was wise…and funny.
    When did wise, fun mothers go mostly extinct?

  • John C. says:

    “Race is immutable.”

    See Before and After pictures of Michael Jackson…

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