Reply To: Do you think my parents will take me seriously when I come out as trans male

Stacy Ann

Most parents think it’s a phase when you are very young. Your personality is still forming and the act of relating to yourself (and to others) as an adult is a new experience. In a matter of speaking, they look at you as a person who is still finding their way in the world. If you are going to therapy already, it could be helpful to talk to your therapist first. If you are feeling major dysphoria, you might want to see if there are any youth gender support groups in your area. Most big cities have one. Some meetings are held online. They may help you find a gender therapist to speak to and/or help give you some perspective.

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