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    Default Would you support your "Gender Confused' child?

    Hi I am interested in peoples thoughts on this topic. There is a story on parents dealing with this on Dr Phil.

    What is your opinion on this topic?
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    Yep, I would. I certainly wouldn't be allowing them to have any ops too early, not before 18. But if they showed gender confusion (I don't really like that term but anyway) I would support them no matter who they were or wanted to be.

    Just as if my kids told me they were gay I would be totally fine with it. Who they choose to love is their business and I only want them to be happy.

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    absolutely 100% i would

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    I watched this episode today, I'm pretty sure it was a replay because I had some deja vu happening.

    I would absolutely support dd if she felt she should have been my ds.

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    Of course

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    For sure. A child's mother should be the safest place to land.

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    Just thought I would add that I would totally support my childs wishes.

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    Support would be there with no hesitation.

    I'm actually helping out with a fundraiser in Melbourne for an organisation called Transitory Life. If you're on FB, check it out. The function is called Transitory - feel free to come along if you're able to.

    I have a number of transgender friends and they've all had their own struggles with their journey. If it was my child, I'd want to make the journey as easy as possible for them.

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    If My child was gender confused, i would support them to act and dress in a unisex manner until they were legal age. I would then support them in whatever they decided what they wanted as an adult.

    I would not let my DD wear boys clothes or my DS to wear dresses. I would allow a pair of jeans and a blank top in neutral colours if they were that way inclined.

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    Of course , im pretty open an stuff about sexuality , but i think oldest is a long time off about that talk lol


 

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