By Claire Stafford
Cloe’s journey began at a very young age, like most, when she was in fact born male, yet exhibited ONLY gender specific behaviors, mannerisms, preferences, etc., that of a female.
Chris started last year as “Grace” and “she”. I had thoughts over the years that he may be transgender as he always dressed in boys clothes and “acted” like a boy.
Essie was born a boy. Essie transitioned at the age of 6, but she has known since the age of 1 that she was a girl. From the time she could walk and talk, she gravitated to everything pink and feminine.
When Aaron was ten-years-old, Aaron began dressing more like a boy. When I would take Aaron shopping for clothes, she didn’t like one thing I would select and we would usually leave the mall arguing.
K always seemed happiest playing dress-up at home, and even went to kindergarten as “Dorothy” for Halloween.
I sometimes dislike school because my friends act like I’m not even with them. I wish everyone would treat me with peace and respect.
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