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Question of the Week? 4-24-2008- 4-30-2008

What would you do if your son or daughter told you they were transgender?

5 Responses to “Question of the Week? 4-24-2008- 4-30-2008”

  1. # Blogger Andre J. Allen II

    i would love them all the same  

  2. # Blogger malik m.l. williams

    i'd like to think i would love my child no matter what. so that, of course, wouldn't change.

    as for what i'd do, i think it depends on how old the child was when he or she came to me. i think it would be easier to deal with a young child expressing gender dysmorphia because i know i could be there to support them while they were still developing their identity. allowing them to explore and being there for them while they're growing up could make a huge difference in how well adjusted they become as adults.

    if my 20-something came home and told me they were having gender reassignment surgery, i think i might be hurt. not because of the identity, but because they didn't trust me enough to talk to me sooner. still, i would want to do whatever i could to support my child through the transition.  

  3. # Blogger TheBlacks

    To be honest, it would be a difficult pill to swallow but I would love my child nonetheless. I would have to have a heart to heart conversation with them.  

  4. # Blogger ww4p (ww4p.com/blog)

    disown them of course... duh!  

  5. # Blogger RocaFella07

    I'd stand by him or her, and help them figure out who they really are.


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