I think that, generally, people shouldn't be talking about "transgenderism" with five to six-year olds, considering that they haven't even learned very basic things about the world and about sex and sexuality. Frankly, it's pretty much child abuse to make a child, who doesn't understand anything about this sort of stuff, doubt whether or not they even "are what they think they are." They do not have the knowledge or the wisdom to make a good judgement on whether or not they "feel like a man" or "feel like a woman," since their brain isn't even fully developed yet. There have also been many examples of transgender people changing their minds about "what they are" later in life and regretting having ever made sex-change surgeries or filling themselves with horomones of the opposite sex. These things have catastrophic effects on these peoples' health, and you should never expose a child to something like that. This whole set of policies is based on the idea that child transgenderism is legitimate, and that's just not true, so I can't support any part of this.