Jul 14, 2010 · I knew that there was no right way to tell my family that I was transgendered - just that some ways were more wrong than others. (Dressing as Marilyn Monroe and bursting from a Author: Juliet Jacques.
Telling Your Parents “I’m Transgender” Telling my parents was frightening. If it turned out that I’d misjudged them, they could have kicked me out. My parents initially assumed I was gay; like many people, they confused gender identity with sexual orientation. (Gender identity is how you identify and express being masculine or feminine.
Apr 21, 2015 · As social acceptance of transgendered people grows, the reactions of parents and family members is likely to continue improving as well, but even the best allies can have trouble adjusting when it is a member of their family or someone that they know intimately. It can be extremely hard to confront your parents about an issue regarding.
May 22, 2011 · How to Come Out As Transgender. Coming out as transgender can be a scary step to take. Fortunately, there are some things you can do to help make the coming out process easier for yourself and the people around you. Over time, your 88%(35).