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#11
Welcome, radicalmom. I'm glad you found us, but sad you have a need to.

Your account is now activated.
Mom; D-19
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#12
I am in the same boat. No idea what to do or how to handle it. My 16 Year old daughter went from dating boys to being a boy herself all at the same time.
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#13
(14-Mar-2018, 11:05 PM)what2donow Wrote: I am in the same boat.  No idea what to do or how to handle it.  My 16 Year old daughter went from dating boys to being a boy herself all at the same time.

I'm so glad you found us, your account is now activated, when you sign in you'll be able to see all the forums and posts. We are all here for each other.
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#14
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  I know this is an open forum so I’ll be careful. How do we post on the other board? I joined another forum last year when I first found out my daughter suddenly decided at 13 she was a boy. She admits she never used to feel like a boy until she was “educated” and it and it made sense to her. I was relieved to find others to discuss this bombshell and get advice. However I soon became kinda depressed reading all the stories and decided it was better for me..and for her..to get some space from this issue that started consuming my life. One year later and I’m trying again to engage with others and hopefully get advice. She still claims to be a boy but can not articulate why. She just says she knows. This child was a typical girl..and I have boys so I know how different they are at all stages of development regardless of their distinct personalities. She still has all girls as friends and does all typical girl activities (meaning not even what I did as a teen-more tomboyish activities). Many of her friends are LGBT +.. such as gender queer and Pan.  That doesn’t bother me. I am unnerved by her interest in becoming someone else with a new, boy body.  If she wants to dress like a boy and call herself a new name fine..but this hatred for her body and discomfort with herself is extremely concerning. She now wants hormone blockers. 
 I find it so hard to believe the two therapists she’s seen don’t get it. One told me ROGD is not well documented and that many dispute it, yet she knew nothing about it until I informed her. And she claimed to be an expert. I feel as if they think I’m in denial even though I’ve thoroughly explained my concerns. If this made sense and she was always a masculine girl I would understand. 
This seemingly exponentially growing number of mainly young girls suddenly deciding they are boys seems so obviously influenced by social media and recent dare I say “trends” , I am dumfounded these therapists don’t have the common sense to see what is going on. And to HELP them. Thanks for listening...
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#15
Hi pseudonym, it looks like you registered and your registration has now been approved and activated. You should be able to access the complete forum now. If you can't, reply here and we will see what we can do.

Welcome. You are not alone.
Mom; D-19
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#16
Hi all,
Look forward to hopefully finding some answers. I have a teen daughter who suddenly decided they were transgender. I'm not sure how to feel about this. She only has female friends, used to collect stuffed animals etc. Nothing to indicate prior that she felt like a boy. I don't believe that she is actually trans. Really at a loss for words about all of this. Hope to find some good resources here.
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#17
(11-Apr-2018, 02:00 PM)Marge Bouvier Simpson Wrote: Hi pseudonym, it looks like you registered and your registration has now been approved and activated. You should be able to access the complete forum now. If you can't, reply here and we will see what we can do.

Welcome. You are not alone.
Thanks so much!
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#18
After only 3 "assessment" sessions with a psychotherapist, my 14 year old with ROGD, is allowed to start Testosterone without my consent in 6 months, when she turns 15. The doctor is allowing her to consent though the BC Infancy Act Law. Does anyone know how I can stop or stall this from happening? It says in the guidelines to the law that the patient needs to fully understand the implications and risks of this treatment but how is that possible when the doctors don't even know? This is CRAZY!!!
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#19
Hi CARC.

I am not a lawyer. I don't know anything about the BC Infancy Act Law. But it seems that so many parents like us, in seeking out the help of lawyers and judges who we assume would be sensible and protect our children, find that all have partaken in the magic Kool-Aid drinking ritual and will rule against reasonable parents wanting to safeguard children from making irreversible medical decisions when they are too young and impulsive to make mature, reasoned decisions. Whatever law is in place, the judge will likely have to follow it. Is there a legal precedent in which a parent was able to get some sort of exception to prevent this law from applying to their child?

This might sound extreme, but you may want to consider moving away to a place where minors are not allowed to undergo irreversible, experimental medical procedures without the consent of their parents.
Mom; D-19
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#20
Hi. Just off the top of my head I would try and contact Barry Nufeld he’s the Chilliwack school board member under fire for his views. Or try to connect with LauraLynn Thompson she’s in the fight and has a tv program. Both these people may have more contacts within their circles.
Mom D 21 SHE LIED AGAIN AND HAS PUBLICLY CALLED ME ABUSIVE
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