I want to transition, but I' m scared of how my parents will react | The Sun

DEAR DEIDRE: ALTHOUGH I was born in a male body, I’ve always known I’m really a girl.

I always hated boys’ toys and games, and preferred female playthings.

Now I’m 19, I’m certain I want to transition to female, but I’m scared of how my parents will react.

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While I know they love me, they are quite traditional and some of their attitudes are very old-fashioned.

They’ll say this is just a phase, but I know it isn’t.

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DEIDRE SAYS: It’s likely your parents already have an inkling of how you feel, even if they haven’t said anything.

They love you, so will want you to be happy.


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Are You Scared Of Coming Out?

Before talking to them, and for support to find the right words, get in touch with an organisation called FFLAG (fflag.org.uk, 0845 652 0311).

You can download its guide, How Do I Tell My Parents I’m Transgender? on the charity’s website.

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