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About the Gender Critical Support Board
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Good morning and thank you for allowing me to part part of this forum. My daughter just turned 15. She was diagnosed with HF autism at 13 years old. She was bullied in elementary school and never really fit in or had friends in school. She loved to cheer and dance and do horseback riding. The stress of going to public schools stressed her out to the point of making her physically sick so after discussing the options with her therapist we decided to pull her out and homeschool her. She still has her best friend from school who is going through her own sexual crisis, as in she doesn't know if she is straight, lesbian, or bi. She met another friend through this first friend and this one is trans. Not sure which way. So right before we pulled her out of school she started with this "I like to dress like a boy". I asked her if she was attracted to girls and she said no just wanted to dress like a boy. I said there are lots of tomboys so ok. She told her friend that she came out to me. So about 2 months after we pulled her out of school and all she has time to do is youtube and social media, it started with the I'm non-binary. She cut her hair and requested to be called Ari. She told her friend she came out to me. So no a year later and she has asked to start taking T. I have told her no!. She first posted on social media that she wanted to start taking it. I asked her if she was still non-binary and she said yes. I asked why then do you need to take it. She said she would have to get back to me. So now her getting back to me is saying that she is masculine/non-binary. (How is that even a thing???????). This is just garbage someone is filling her head and telling her what to say. This last time she also wanted to change her name again. Still to a gender neutral name. None of this makes sense to me. She still does things that girls do. Her latest request is to hang fairy lights from her curtains. OH, yes she told her friend she came out to me. I swear it is for attention. She so wants to be accepted and this is her in for that. I'm excited to learn and share on this forum.

Sorry for the really long story.
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About the Gender Critical Support Board - by admin - 12-Oct-2017, 09:30 PM
RE: About the Gender Critical Support Board - by natsblog30 - 20-Oct-2017, 12:43 AM
RE: About the Gender Critical Support Board - by Guest - 25-May-2018, 05:43 PM
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RE: About the Gender Critical Support Board - by MelissaB - 03-Jan-2019, 02:39 AM
RE: About the Gender Critical Support Board - by Kellogmom - 17-Mar-2018, 02:32 PM
RE: About the Gender Critical Support Board - by Guest - 27-Oct-2018, 09:03 PM
RE: About the Gender Critical Support Board - by Guest - 11-Dec-2018, 01:54 AM
RE: About the Gender Critical Support Board - by MelissaXX - 03-Jan-2019, 02:33 AM
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RE: About the Gender Critical Support Board - by kano - 03-Feb-2019, 08:26 PM
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RE: About the Gender Critical Support Board - by Needmydaughterback - 11-Mar-2019, 03:36 PM
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