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Ya know...my youngest son was a "late bloomer," as we used to call it. But I can remember when he was in 6th grade, and a lot of this ...stuff....first began being openly talked about in schools/classrooms...he was absolutely confused. He had teachers who ASKED them to write about their sexual identity (i didnt know this til years later after I read a journal of his from middle school. No, not a personal journal...this was a notebook he had for a class, and every morning, they were instructed to write about a topic that would be given to them, and to write in what they called a "journal." Anyway, at 11 or 12, my son didn't have "feelings" yet toward females. He still thought they were icky, as boys do sometimes when they're young. He PREFERRED to be around boys, and liked boys company more. And so he was STEERED into thinking this must mean he either gay or bi. He was literally questioning himself in that journal because he had been told by media, teachers, and the world that since he didn't have those feelings for girls, he MUST be gay or bi. But I knew he wasn't. I knew he was just absolutely confused, and just had not hit that stage of development yet where he was attracted to girls. I knew it would eventually come, even it it were "late." He even shared with my nephew when they were in middle school together that he thought he must be at least "bi" because he would rather hang out with boys. I told my sis in law back then, "JE ISNT BI OR GAY....HE IS CONFUSED...a CONFUSED CHILD THAT has been pretty much steered by the world into questioning himself because he is a late bloomer." You wouldve thought i told her I hate my son, the way she looked at me! "I" just wasn't being supportive.
I wanted to scream. I KNOW my own son, and I KNEW he just had not hit puberty yet, and just didn't have those feelings for girls YET.
Now, he is almost 20 and he is not gay OR bi. He likes girls now.
BUT...had I played along with that confusion game that the world was trying to convince him of, he would've really thought he was....and then wouldve tried to live that lifestyle, and then that wouldve REALLY messed him up.
My point is that parents who go along with what their CHILDREN think they may be are doing their CHILDREN a huge disservice. I am so glad I didn't fall the that mess. I could've ruined my son had I gone along and been "supportive."
It is sad that so many transgenders grow up and realize they made a mistake. You are so right.