thatanimehomestuckfan asked: Um... I would like help with how to tell my family I want to be a boy. I have a friend who is willing to help me but I would just like to know how you feel I should bring it up. I do hope you respond and that you if you do help me.

What a great question! We know this kind of thing can be incredibly scary. We also know that trying to be anyone other than who you know yourself to be can be incredibly painful.

We have three suggestions:

  1. None of us has any control of the actions of others, so we believe that the best thing you can do is be honest and true to who you know yourself to be. 
  2. Have some resources available to share with your family. A really great one is TransActive Gender Center. Regardless of if you are in the Portland, OR area, I know they are happy to be a resource to folks all over. 
  3. Have resources available for yourself so that you can get support regardless of your families reactions. Again, TransActive Gender Center is a great support, as is the Trevor Project Help Line. Of course your friend sounds like they can be a good source of support too.

We would like to open this up to folks to provide their ideas and thoughts as well.

We wish you love and support. Please let us know how it goes! 

eren-is-a-bae asked: Ok this may not be a question but I Love this blog so much ;v; i am transgender myself *FTM* c:

We always welcome questions AND comments! Thank you for taking the time to let us know. 

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