A 52-year-old father of seven recently decided to quit his life as an adult male and spend his remaining days as a 6-year-old girl.

The 6’2” Canadian, formerly Paul Wolscht, now goes by the name Stefonknee (a play on the words, “Stef-on-knee”) and lives with a new family who adopted him as a playmate for their youngest grandchild.

In a 4-part video series produced by The Transgender Project and news site, The Daily Xtra — “Stefonknee” tells the story of her new identity:

“Well, I have a mummy and a daddy. An adopted mummy and daddy who are totally comfortable with me being a little girl. And their children, and their grandchildren, are totally supportive.”

“Stefonknee” goes on to explain how she became the baby sister to her adoptive parents’ granddaughter:

“A year ago, I was eight, and she was seven. And she said to me, ‘I want you to be the little sister, so I’ll be nine.’” “I said, ‘Well, I don’t mind going to six.’ So I’ve been six ever since.”

“We have a great time. We color, we do kid’s stuff.”

“It’s called play therapy. No medication, no suicide thoughts. And I just get to play.”

“It’s liberated me from the hurt because if I’m six years old I don’t have to think about adult stuff.”

“It’s a fresh start. We have a quasi-family that we’re creating. And I’m allowed to be exactly who I am.”

Whether Wolscht is mentally unstable — or worse, a sexual predator dressed in girls’ clothing — is nary a concern within the LGBTQ community.

A man of largesse, sporting a pleated skirt and knee-high tights, pigtails swinging playfully while he cradles a baby doll hardly seems disturbing; because after all, a person coming out as both transgender and transage will help “break stereotypes and challenge prejudice”.

But the perversion doesn’t end there. “Stefonknee” admits that she and her adoptive father have engaged in sexual acts with each other.

Before discovering “he” was really a “she” at the age of 46, Paul was a self-employed mechanic.  He believed he had no choice but to leave his wife and family, although apparently his wife gave him an ultimatum to “… stop being trans or leave.”

In 2009, he was convicted of 14 counts of assault and verbal threats with a two-year restraining order to protect his wife and seven children. While on parole, Paul moved to Toronto, became “Stefonknee”, and started working as a “trans consultant” at The 519 — a safe space agency for the LGBTQ community. Then, she was fired for “implying that she was the most oppressed trans person there was.” Now, she lives with her adoptive family, playing with dolls, coloring, watching cartoons and free from having to think about “adult stuff”.

Do we really want to consider it noble when a man abandons his family because he was “never allowed to be a little girl”?

In a culture where ambiguity has replaced accountability, should we be surprised by this?

No, we shouldn’t be surprised; we should be terrified.