Oct 11, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger
At Clemson University and across the United States, this year's National Coming Out Day hopes to shed light on the issue of acceptance and tolerance of people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender.
My daughter was a transgender female. She was born a male, but her brain produced to many female hormones.Her brain developed as female, but she was in the body of a male. She took her own life July 2010. I thank you for honoring her today. I wish I could be there. She lived in Florida and had to move to SC to stay with us because of financial difficulties. She was also was very sick because of the side effects of the Prescriptions she was taking. She felt she did not fit in while staying here in SC. The prejudices from the people in this state are great. It is so sad that she was not accepted here and other places too. She was such a loving and kind person. She was treated like she was a freak, stared at and felt rejected by certain family members. My point is, she was a human being and did not deserve the treatment she received. Parents, if your child decides to change their sex, or tells you they are gay or lesbian, LOVE THEM ANYWAY!!! They are still your child and need your love and support more than ever.
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