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MAGGIE

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Going through a pretty rough spot right now. My husband and I have just found out our 11 year old son is gay. It is very disturbing, but we have never discriminated against homosexuals and would have no problem if our son was Gay, but now that he has revealed this at just 11 years old going into the sixth grade is tough to take. Our son ever since he was 3 or 4 was always kind of girly. He never played boys sports even though we tried to get him too and he always wanted to wear a girls bathing suit. We just took it at face value and always were told to let your kids establish there own identity.

About 2 years ago, we met another couple at church whom were about the same age as myself and my husband and had another son the same age as our own. Our son and there son hit it off immediately and became close friends. At first they rode there bikes and would watch Harry Potter movies and things like that. Right after Christmas, we noticed that there son and our son started holding hands together at church. We were really caught off guard and again just didn't say anything and brushed it aside. This past memorial day weekend we went with a church group to the Smokey Mountains and we caught our son making out with the other boy. We immediately started questioning him and he broke down in tears and said he was in love. We were just floored, my husband about lost it, but I told him that we have to let our son develop. We are trying to accept the relationship, but realize this is a horrible age for our son to by gay. We are scared to death about the backlash and abuse he will receive at school once this comes out. The two boys don't go to the same school, but we are scared to death that our son will be bullied to death and even receive backlash from the teachers. Its also going to be tough having our son around the other kid without strong supervision.
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My 18 year old son wants to be a woman and has already asked about the operation. I've taken him to Boutiques and let him dress in women's clothing to get a feel for it. He likes to cross dress and go to functions dressed as a woman. He had two boys ask him out and they didn't know that he was a guy. He really looks better as a woman and can sure shake his moneymaker. Does anyone know who can do the operation and if they take insurance?
me sayz

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Sep 27, 2011
 

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this is all lies. this troll is all the time making up stuff like this and posting it just for your reactions. I guess this troll gets some sort of cheap thrill by doing it.
Guest

Jonesboro, AR

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Sep 27, 2011
 
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My 18 year old son wants to be a woman and has already asked about the operation. I've taken him to Boutiques and let him dress in women's clothing to get a feel for it. He likes to cross dress and go to functions dressed as a woman. He had two boys ask him out and they didn't know that he was a guy. He really looks better as a woman and can sure shake his moneymaker. Does anyone know who can do the operation and if they take insurance?
It's not as simple as finding someone to do the surgery, checking into the hospital as a guy and checking out as a girl a few days later. First step would be to consult with your family doctor. He/she can refer you to the appropriate specialists.

He will need to go through several counseling sessions to determine whether or not transgendering is the right decision and if it is, he will be required to take hormones for quite some time before the surgery is done.

Most insurance won't cover it but a really good policy 'might' if a doctor determines that it's necessary for his mental well being.
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MAGGIE wrote:
Going through a pretty rough spot right now. My husband and I have just found out our 11 year old son is gay. It is very disturbing, but we have never discriminated against homosexuals and would have no problem if our son was Gay, but now that he has revealed this at just 11 years old going into the sixth grade is tough to take. Our son ever since he was 3 or 4 was always kind of girly. He never played boys sports even though we tried to get him too and he always wanted to wear a girls bathing suit. We just took it at face value and always were told to let your kids establish there own identity.

About 2 years ago, we met another couple at church whom were about the same age as myself and my husband and had another son the same age as our own. Our son and there son hit it off immediately and became close friends. At first they rode there bikes and would watch Harry Potter movies and things like that. Right after Christmas, we noticed that there son and our son started holding hands together at church. We were really caught off guard and again just didn't say anything and brushed it aside. This past memorial day weekend we went with a church group to the Smokey Mountains and we caught our son making out with the other boy. We immediately started questioning him and he broke down in tears and said he was in love. We were just floored, my husband about lost it, but I told him that we have to let our son develop. We are trying to accept the relationship, but realize this is a horrible age for our son to by gay. We are scared to death about the backlash and abuse he will receive at school once this comes out. The two boys don't go to the same school, but we are scared to death that our son will be bullied to death and even receive backlash from the teachers. Its also going to be tough having our son around the other kid without strong supervision.
Don't put crap like this on here. Keep it to yourself. You act like you have a freak.

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MAGGIE wrote:
Going through a pretty rough spot right now... Its also going to be tough having our son around the other kid without strong supervision.
I am so glad to hear that you support your son and his discovery of himself and who he is.

I personally apologize for the insensitive jerks in the area that have their own self issues and choose to take it out on others.

As a gay, I know what kind of bullying and discrimination you are worried about. I truly hope that the people he goes to school with are accepting and open students and faculty. I am not going to lie and say everything will be okay. There will be days he will come home crying. There will be days you will come home crying. People will break your heart, from school, church, to just the general public. My parents at first wouldn't even discuss it with me, but now that are amazingly accepting, and supportive. I suggest that you let him know, that is will be hard, but he has to keep his head up, usually by high school most of the people are pretty accepting, maybe not in the sense that they agree with it, but they will treat him with some respect, and not tease him. He has to know that although its tough, he has to ignore the people that want to push him around and tease him. They simply have issues within themselves, and choose to hide it by teasing others. I would also try to set him up with a counselor of some sort, just so he has someone to talk to, outside of mom and dad. It's not that you aren't capable of comforting him, there are just some things children do not want to discuss with their parents. Even when they are bullied, they don't want to tell you the full extent of it, for fear of you being upset or worried.

Good luck with this journey, it will be tough, but with you and your husbands support, hopefully it will be much easier on your son.:)
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MAGGIE wrote:
Going through a pretty rough spot right now. My husband and I have just found out our 11 year old son is gay. It is very disturbing, but we have never discriminated against homosexuals and would have no problem if our son was Gay, but now that he has revealed this at just 11 years old going into the sixth grade is tough to take. Our son ever since he was 3 or 4 was always kind of girly. He never played boys sports even though we tried to get him too and he always wanted to wear a girls bathing suit. We just took it at face value and always were told to let your kids establish there own identity.
About 2 years ago, we met another couple at church whom were about the same age as myself and my husband and had another son the same age as our own. Our son and there son hit it off immediately and became close friends. At first they rode there bikes and would watch Harry Potter movies and things like that. Right after Christmas, we noticed that there son and our son started holding hands together at church. We were really caught off guard and again just didn't say anything and brushed it aside. This past memorial day weekend we went with a church group to the Smokey Mountains and we caught our son making out with the other boy. We immediately started questioning him and he broke down in tears and said he was in love. We were just floored, my husband about lost it, but I told him that we have to let our son develop. We are trying to accept the relationship, but realize this is a horrible age for our son to by gay. We are scared to death about the backlash
and abuse he will receive at school once this comes out. The two boys don't go to the same school, but we are
scared to death that our son will be bullied to death and even receive backlash from the teachers. Its also going to be tough having our son around the other kid without strong supervision.
Don't put shit on here nice story but is that harsht on your kid
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Jan 25, 2013
 
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<quoted text>Don't put shit on here nice story but is that harsht on your kid
Your the one that brought this crap back up! Check the dates before you post or bring a subject back up!
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MAGGIE wrote:
Going through a pretty rough spot right now. My husband and I have just found out our 11 year old son is gay. It is very disturbing, but we have never discriminated against homosexuals and would have no problem if our son was Gay, but now that he has revealed this at just 11 years old going into the sixth grade is tough to take. Our son ever since he was 3 or 4 was always kind of girly. He never played boys sports even though we tried to get him too and he always wanted to wear a girls bathing suit. We just took it at face value and always were told to let your kids establish there own identity.
About 2 years ago, we met another couple at church whom were about the same age as myself and my husband and had another son the same age as our own. Our son and there son hit it off immediately and became close friends. At first they rode there bikes and would watch Harry Potter movies and things like that. Right after Christmas, we noticed that there son and our son started holding hands together at church. We were really caught off guard and again just didn't say anything and brushed it aside. This past memorial day weekend we went with a church group to the Smokey Mountains and we caught our son making out with the other boy. We immediately started questioning him and he broke down in tears and said he was in love. We were just floored, my husband about lost it, but I told him that we have to let our son develop. We are trying to accept the relationship, but realize this is a horrible age for our son to by gay. We are scared to death about the backlash and abuse he will receive at school once this comes out. The two boys don't go to the same school, but we are scared to death that our son will be bullied to death and even receive backlash from the teachers. Its also going to be tough having our son around the other kid without strong supervision.
I would beat his a*s!
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Jan 25, 2013
 
Why is an eleven year old even thinking about having sex?
Sam I am

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A father watched his young daughter playing in the garden.
He smiled as he reflected on how sweet and pure his little girl was.

Tears formed in his eyes as he thought about her seeing the wonders of nature
through such innocent eyes.

Suddenly she just stopped and stared at the ground.
He went over to her to see what work of God had captured her attention.

He noticed she was looking at two spiders mating.
'Daddy, what are those two spiders doing?' she asked.
'They're mating,' her father replied.

'What do you call the spider on top?' she asked.
A Daddy Longlegs,' her father answered.

'So, the other one is a Mommy Longlegs?' the little girl asked.
As his heart soared with the joy of such a cute and innocent question
he replied,
'No dear. Both of them are Daddy Longlegs.'

'The little girl, looking a little puzzled, thought for a moment, then
lifted her foot and stomped them flat.

'Well", she said, "that may be OK in California , but we're not having
any of that shit in Texas ."
Sam I am

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guest wrote:
Why is an eleven year old even thinking about having sex?
Eleven year old even thinking about having sex? Some eleven year olds are doing more than thinking about having sex some are having sex. Something learned in public schools.
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dont mosta them gay bois live in Candlewood, see them all the time out in the streets looking and acting gay
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God help you all.. sickening!
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Mar 20, 2013
 
I heard that life was better before the aunt moved in.

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